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LabnaHa Cenotes & Eco Park

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Address: Federal Road 307. Kilometer 240, Tulum, Mexico
Phone Number: 521 9841293040

Labnaha’s Eco Park called the Magic Mayan World is exclusively open for a...

Labnaha’s Eco Park called the Magic Mayan World is exclusively open for a few visitors daily. This Park offers different activities surrounded by an exuberant jungle and a subterranean world known as magical and sacred in the Mayan culture.Experience a unforgettable descend on a zip line into the entrance of a fascinating Sacred Lakes which leads to into most spectacular Kayac traverse in the area. Refresh yourself afterwards in the Cenotes on a once a life time snorkel tour. Labnaha operates only with small groups and counts with a visitor limit per day to avoid mass tourism and the negative impact on the Eco system which allows you to enjoy without being surrounded by hundreds of people. Labnaha makes a big effort trying to teach how to enjoy this Magic Mayan World in full terms without destroying it.All activities are conducted with highly qualified and professionally trained guides. The three visited Cenotes are connected by Eco paths guided through theme paths with explanations and names of the local flora and fauna in the park. The entrance fees are used to protect a great variety of animals and trees in danger of extinction because of the ecological changes in the Riviera Maya caused by extensive constructions in the area.We are located just 35 minutes from Playa del Carmen or 10 from Tulum which makes it perfect to plan a last minute tour without having to travel hundreds of kilometres on the highway and sitting for hours in a vehicle or moving from one activity to a other one by car since all three activities are located inside the Magic Mayan Park. Age is not a limiting factor since the activities adapt depending on the exigencies and possibilities of the visitor.Included in the tour.Transportation Zip Line at the Sacred Lakes Snorkel tour in Cenote Labnaha Professional Zip Line EquipmentKayac TourOpen Cenote swimming. Snorkel equipment and live jackets Professional multilingual guide.We do not have customers we have explorers, and later...friends!!!!

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Family friendly, chill, supports local Maya families

Mom and eleven year old daughter (that's us) - and what a perfect first cenote. As other reviewers have said, this is the antidote to the industrialized tourism of Xeverything... read more

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Montreal, Canada
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6 reviews
3 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW

The cenotes are beautiful, a bit short in each but overall a great day. Food was OK and lot of transportation too.

Thank Martin D
San Francisco, California
2 reviews
5 of 5 stars Reviewed yesterday NEW via mobile

Mom and eleven year old daughter (that's us) - and what a perfect first cenote. As other reviewers have said, this is the antidote to the industrialized tourism of Xeverything else. Greeted by two of the divers who originally found this network of cenotes and underground caves (who willingly reveal the geology and some of the tectonic mysteries if you... More 

Thank STofSF
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It was great and not crowded at all! There were so many cenotes to choose from, but I chose this one and loved it. The group that runs it is a non for profit, that supports 80 families. The caves were beautiful with bats and fish! I did the snorkeling, but want to come back and dive.

Thank Dipti T
Gilroy, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Animals, bat cave, and tubing down the underground rivers is the perfect way to spend the day with family. An eco friendly park with large well groomed enclosures for the animals, loved the Jaguar, and with IR camera you see that there are a LOT more bats in the cave than you think from the sound.

Thank Norma W
Miami, Florida
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4 reviews
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This cenote is truly outstanding. My family thought it was the best cenote out of the total 6 that we visited in the area. There are two very nice professional scuba divers in charge (one from Uruguay and the other from Spain). They really make you feel welcomed. They have put their hearts into exploring and preserving this ethereal cenote.... More 

Thank Ananell
Austin, Texas
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Cenote LabnaHa was such a wonderful experience. We showed up by car in the afternoon with no reservation and the staff gracefully welcomed us. We paid 800mxn per person. They drive you about 10 minutes to the cenote entrance. The Cenote is entirely underground. It is only accesible with a guide. They provide you with flashlights and snorkel masks. The... More 

Thank kpacheco88
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Outstanding !.Price is expensive (600 MXN each) but we left the base with our guide (Rafael) for a 15 minutes drive in the jungle to reach the entrance. We were totally alone in the cenote and explore the tunnels with snorkeling equipment during one hour and half in a pure cristaline water at 22°C. We were in another world exploring... More 

Thank Jean-Christophe H
Atlanta, Georgia
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 14, 2016

I went on a solo snorkeling tour and it was fantastic! I was able to reach a location where I saw the separation between the salt water and freshwater, which was an incredible sight to remember! I highly recommend this cenote to anyone in the area.

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Alamo, California
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 14, 2016

This was one of the best memories from our trip. Haven't done anything like it anywhere in the world, making it a "must do". LabnaHa was recommended by some friends who had done many of the cenotes in the area. I am so glad we went with their recommendation. They intentionally keep groups small. Our family of 5 had its... More 

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 7, 2016 via mobile

This was awesome!!! We left Xel-Ha (different place) after an hour because it was completely lame, no action, and very touristy. We were sad and felt ripped off. Then we checked TripAdvisor and come here. We were looking for action and adventure, and we found it!!! Great local spot- huge underwater caves, flashlights, fun guide, fresh cool water, and tremendous... More 

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