The 10 Most Beautiful and Breathtaking Photos of Actun Tunichil Muknal (ATM Cave) in Belize

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Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave or The ATM Cave can best be described as an “Indiana Jones” type experience and visitors have the opportunity to view impressive stalactites and stalagmites inside the cave along with Maya pottery that have been undisturbed for hundreds of years.

Th tour offer visitors the opportunity to travel into the Maya past and witness a living museum where human sacrifices and artifacts can be viewed in their original context.

In this post we share with you 10 of the most beautiful and breathtaking photos of Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave:

 

The skeletons have been preserved through calcification. Picture: V31S70. Source: Flickr

One of four in Central America, the “Monkey Pot.” Picture: V31S70. Source: Flickr

The bones sparkle from calcification. Picture: Beth and Anth. Source: Flickr

Pottery left for thousands of years. Picture: Beth and Anth. Source: Flickr

Inside the cave of death. Picture: V31S70. Source: Flickr

Ancient pottery lies among the bones. Picture: V31S70. Source: Flickr

The only way in is to swim. Picture: V31S70. Source: Flickr

The bones sparkle from calcification. Picture: Beth and Anth. Source: Flickr

Even children were sacrificed in Mayan times. Picture: V31S70. Source: Flickr

Ancient Mayans sacrificed life for bountiful harvests. Picture: Beth and Anth. Source: Flickr

Visit our Actun Tunichil Muknal tours page for more information on this cave or you can email us at info@cahalpech.com to book this tour.

 

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