- The stunning, ancient Mayan sinkhole can be found in the heart of the forest in the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico
- It contains numerous bones and fossils, which can be seen on dives, and is believed to be a historical graveyard
- The series of spectacular images were captured by French wildlife and underwater photographer Fabrice Guerin
This daring diver has plunged to the deepest depths to capture these stunning snaps of an ancient Mayan sinkhole.
The deep crater, in the heart of the Mayan forest in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, is believed to be the site of an ancient Mayan burial ground – the eerie cavern is filled with bones and fossils.
The spectacular pictures were taken by French wildlife and underwater photographer Fabrice Guerin, during a trip to find out more about the fascinating sinkhole.
Eerie surroundings: The diver swims around the spectacular sinkhole, which is believed to be the site of an ancient Mayan burial ground
The cenote sinkhole in Chetumal is located in the heart of the Mayan forest in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico