It was called as Taj Mahal, a name given to it by the first explorers who walked through this cave system when reminding them of the beauty of the renowned Indian temple. However, it is now known as Tajma Ha; the word Ha has a Mayan origin and means water.
Open from 10 in the morning until 6 in the afternoon, the Tajma Ha cenote allows you to see the haloclines not very deep due to the visibility of the waters. Haloclines are the meeting surfaces between large amounts of fresh water and salt water at the bottom of the Tajma Ha.
Scuba diving here is a unique and exciting experience. A dive will allow us to enjoy spectacular games of light in its crystal clear waters, in the same way as to observe the different caverns that make up this cenote. You will be able to enjoy and admire the stalagmites and stalactites with their beautiful shapes.
The Tajma Ha cenote is located 25 kilometers south of Playa del Carmen and is one of the furthest from the road, compared to other famous cenotes in the region.
When you go to the Tajma Ha cenote you will be able to enjoy the depths where fresh and salty waters intermingle.
In terms of diving, it is one of the best cenotes for this activity, thanks to its caverns and its spectacular play of lights on sunny days that generates incredible effects on and through the water. In addition, the possibility of admiring its fossils and the dome of the cenote.
The area of the caves of the Tajma Ha cenote has the peculiarity of a dense halocline or a Chinese garden and can reach a maximum depth of 40 meters.
for Scuba diving, swim, it´s a cave, ---
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