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Cenote Tak Be Ha

Cenote Tak Be Ha

The cenote Tak Be Ha is a beautiful place that Tulum offers to the world, where in addition to natural beauties, it also hides Mayan history.

The cenote Tak Be Ha, is a beautiful place located in the municipality of Tulum, in Mexico, where in addition to finding great natural beauties, you can also learn about part of the Mayan history hidden within this unique place in the world, which is ideal to visit as a family and perform different activities within its crystal clear water, that is, , a place that you will never forget after visiting it.

Upon entering you will find an impressive chamber of crystal clear and warm water where many people take advantage of it to snorkel and where you can admire various formations of stalagmites and stalactites during our visit to something unforgettable place.

Cenote Tak Be Ha, a magical place in Tulum for the world
This impressive cenote for diving and snorkeling is located about 15 minutes from Tulum and half an hour from Carmen beach. It is of great beauty and is in a cavern that is entered through a hole.

Curiously, this cenote is run by a local Mayan family, so sometimes you may not meet them and miss the opportunity to enjoy said cenote. That is why it is advisable to go on a tour, since the tour operators have direct contact with the family.

Full of shells, bats, this cenote away from all civilization is definitely your best option if it is the first time you go to swim in an underground cenote. Ah! and the use of sunscreen is not allowed inside the waters.

The first thing the visitor sees when entering the hole is the impressive body of crystalline waters.

Scuba diving, swim, it´s a cave, ---

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