Very deep and closed cenote like 15-18 metrs. Good option if you tired or so hot outside. We liked it but was too much people there.
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One climbs down a spiral staircase 50 feet underground to end up on a large wooden platform inside a cave with crystal clear water. I though I could touch the rocks on the bottom, but learned that they are 75 feet under the surface of...More
We visited Multum Ha whilst on tour with Mercanti Travel(see profile) so I cannot comment on the price as it was included in our tour. We had just climbed Coba so a cooling swim was very much needed,This cenote is on a dirt track that...More
We discovered the difference and beauty several cenotes. We visited another cenote while on vacation so I wasn't particularly excited to stop here, but this was worth it. The cave is entirely underground with no natural light. It's almost circular with a high dome and...More
If you're like my family, you'll be hot, sweaty, and a bit tired after visiting Coba. Going for a dip here was just what we all needed. So cool, clear, and refreshing. There are two other cenotes close by, but I was told this is...More
this stop was included in our tour package which included Tulum and Coba ruins; they stop at the cenote last, for about 30 minutes; life jackets are $3 per person, if you want them, you dont need them if you know how to swim. The...More
We headed to this cenote straight from Coba. The cenote is at the end of a road on the right hand side coming from Coba. There were areas to change, toilets and showers. Floating vests were available to hire. Entrance was 60 pesos each. The...More