Multum Ha Cenote

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Multum Ha Cenote
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chimerock8
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico210 contributions
Jul 2021 • Family
The place is 10 min away from Coba, and it is safe and clean.
They charge you $100 pesos per person and $50 pesos per life vest.
They do require you take a quick shower before going in to get rid of any sun lotions you might have.
You will need to take the spiral stairs (this is 18 meters)
Then you will arrive to a pretty cool cenote.
You can easily be here for a couple of hours.
Written July 28, 2021
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Dave L
Englewood, CO250 contributions
Oct 2020
This is a must see Cenote! It is cool, very clear and large. It is very deep but they have swim platforms and ropes. You can bring your own lifejacket or you can rent one. We spend an hour floating around and swimming. This was our favorite of the 6 we visited in the area. It felt very private as small groups of people would come and go. At times, we were the only ones there. Wear your swim wear from the car with you sandals as you do not really have a place to put your extra items. You really do not need a snorkel and we were fine with just goggles. Those that did bring snorkels really ditched them after a few minutes for just the face mask. Our son spent most of his time diving from the swim platform and trying to dive down to touch the bottom.
Written November 15, 2020
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OakenMoon
Zurich, Switzerland8 contributions
Nov 2020 • Friends
The entry fee to this cenote was 100 Pesos per person. The entry goes down a spiral staircase and leads into the cave/cenote.
The cenote is lit by flashlights and the water is very clear.
If you expect a cenote to be open at the top you're looking at the wrong one!
Written December 1, 2020
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scottsnew1
minnesota144 contributions
Dec 2020
We came here right after visiting Coba. It is easy to find just use google maps, and we visited another one also very nearby here. Entrance fee is 100 pesos and there are life vests. Just an FYI, the photos show a dock, but it was submerged about 3 feet underwater when we were there. This is a super deep cenote! I'm not sure how deep it is, but I think it was the deepest one we visited. Well worth the visit!
Written December 29, 2020
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Dayla Kay ;-)
Winston Salem, NC260 contributions
Jan 2020
We visited this Cenote after leaving Coba (1-2-20). The guard shack guy told us all about it and gave us a brochure with a map. It was easy to find!
We only did the Multun-Ha because we had spent so much time at Coba.
This Cenote is a traditional underground pool. The hole/entrance winds down about 100 steps to the bottom dock. You can jump in; it is plenty deep. There are ropes you can sit/hold on to. Take time to just sit in the water and enjoy how SOFT the water feels on your skin. It is super clear too. It is so clear that it appears you can touch but the rocks below are very far down.
The next time we visit a Cenote, I will bring goggles and a snorkel so I can look under the water for long periods of time. The rocks below are a wonder to see just like the rocks above.
Be sure to make this part of your Coba trip!
MOST SINCERELY!!!!
Written March 11, 2020
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LexanderRosel
Campeche, Mexico63 contributions
Jun 2016 • Friends
the feeling you get when you enter, and look what nature has created to enjoy a unique feeling that stays in the mind and soul. This cenote is very beautiful, also you have small ramps of 10 and 20 meters height for dive, if you go to Coba, this is a must do!
Written July 10, 2016
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Dempsey D
1 contribution
Wasn't sure what to expect walking down the little 6ft hole straight down. But once you get into the open its amazing. Crystal clear water. Would definitely like to go back to this one again.
Written February 1, 2015
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Dazbc2014
Kelowna, Canada148 contributions
Mar 2020
This also a great stop over there are change rooms and you need to shower before you walk down a spiral staircase , it is advises to rent life jacket before you walk down into cave ...you can see rock formations ....
Written March 23, 2020
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Golfgma
500 contributions
Oct 2019
Go down about 80 steps to this underground wonder.
It is a large domed cavern with crystal clear water. You can see to the bottom easily if you have a mask. Some underground passages to explore. Very pretty sight.
Written October 22, 2019
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jigger718
Brooklyn, NY43 contributions
Sep 2019 • Friends
One of the best things i have done, a under water cave it’s unbelievable the water is cold but worth it especially on one of those extra hot days.. a little scary at first but fun and not so bad when you are with a lot of people...
Written September 25, 2019
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