• MarineHabitat Cenote

PLUNGE INTO OUR SACRED CENOTE CAVE

Inspired by one of the innumerable natural wonders of the Yucatán, the legendary cenote sagrado refers to the sacred underground caverns and pools that represented the rain god Chaac. Atlantis, Paradise Island’s Cenote is a habitat for pacu, redtail catfish, cichlids, and the endangered Alligator Gar. Resort guests can plunge down The Abyss, located in the Power Tower, and splash down into the cave’s environment.

MarineHabitat Cenote

MARINE LIFE IN RESIDENCE

Alligator Gar, Cichlids, Redtail Catfish, Pacu

As of March 1, 2015, access to Atlantis, Paradise Island’s Aquaventure and other resort facilities will be restricted in order to enhance our guest experience.  Atlantis day passes including Aquaventure, the resort’s 141-acre water park, will be exclusive to guests of Atlantis, its affiliated partners, and residents of The Bahamas. Atlantis resort guests will continue to receive complimentary access to Aquaventure while day pass offerings will only be available for purchase through Atlantis’ specific partners and to local residents. Individuals under 18 years old must be accompanied by an Adult 18 years or older.