12 Mysterious Photos of Actun Tunichil Muknal Cave in Belize

The famous Actun Tunichil Munkal Cave (ATM Cave) has been making international headlines for the past two weeks so we decided to collect 12 mysterious photos of the ATM Cave to share on www.belizehub.com.

If you have not visited this cave, we recommend that you do so immediately because of the following three reasons: 1.) The ATM cave is the most visited cave in Belize 2.) The ATM Cave has been rated by the prestigious National Geographic as the #1 most sacred cave in the world and 3.) A visit to the ATM Cave will not disappoint.

So without further adieu, here are 12 mysterious photos of Actun Tunichil Muknal:

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
Visitors must trek through kilometres of rivers and jungle. 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
Entrance to the cave of human sacrifices. Picture: V31S70. Source: Flickr

If you are interested in visiting this cave, please contact us and we will be happy to help!

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