Cenotes

Tak be ha and Tak be lum

Cenote diving

Cenote Tak Be Ha

Cenote Tak Be Ha, located near Tulum in the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, offers an enchanting and unique diving experience. This cenote is part of an extensive underground river system and is renowned for its crystal-clear waters and intricate cave formations. The cenote’s name means “hidden pathway of water” in Mayan, reflecting its mysterious and captivating nature.

The diving experience in Tak Be Ha is characterized by exploring a series of submerged caverns and tunnels adorned with stunning stalactites and stalagmites. The maximum depth of the cenote is around 30 meters (100 feet), making it accessible for divers with varying levels of experience. The clarity of the water provides excellent visibility, allowing divers to fully appreciate the intricate details of the cave formations and the natural beauty of the cenote.

One of the highlights of diving in Tak Be Ha is the sense of adventure and exploration as divers navigate through the labyrinthine passages. The cenote’s tranquil and pristine environment offers a peaceful and immersive experience, making it a favorite among those who enjoy cave diving and discovering hidden underwater worlds.

Cenote Tak Be Lum

Cenote Tak Be Lum, also located in the Yucatán Peninsula, is another remarkable diving site known for its breathtaking beauty and serene atmosphere. The name “Tak Be Lum” translates to “hidden earth” in Mayan, hinting at the cenote’s secluded and mystical nature. This cenote features a combination of open water and cave diving, providing a diverse and exciting experience for divers.

The cenote’s maximum depth is approximately 25 meters (82 feet), and it is surrounded by lush jungle, creating a tranquil and picturesque setting. The waters of Tak Be Lum are exceptionally clear, offering superb visibility that enhances the underwater experience. Divers can explore the cenote’s stunning rock formations, including impressive stalactites and stalagmites, as well as various aquatic life that inhabits the cenote.

One of the most striking features of Tak Be Lum is the enchanting light effects created as sunlight filters through the water, illuminating the cenote’s interior and creating a magical underwater spectacle. The combination of natural beauty, diverse diving environments, and tranquil surroundings make Cenote Tak Be Lum a must-visit destination for divers seeking an unforgettable and serene diving adventure in the heart of the Yucatán Peninsula.

Important information

  • Duration: 6 Hours
  • Daily Schedule: Pickup at 8:00am from Playa del Carmen
  • Prerequisite: Open Water Certification
  • Your last dive should be maximum one year ago

 Included 

  • Transportation from a pickup point in Playa del Carmen Downtown
  • Entrance fee
  • Weights, Flashlight, Tanks
  • Snacks & Drinks | LunchLUDED
Some cenotes charge a fee to introduce cameras