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These cenotes are not far from Coba, maybe 10 minutes drive and easy to find. After exiting the road to drive toward the cenotes you have the option to pay for either or both. Upon entering the cenotes you will be asked to shower. If...More
we visited tamcach-ha as part of the coba and tulum tour and liked this much more than il kil which is the more popular one. This was was more authentic and not very busy. It was also much clearer and there are bats in the...More
We stop here after visiting the ruins in Coba.
The Cenote is less than 10 minutes away from the ruins.
We paid 55 Mexican Dollars to visit the Tamcacha one.
There are toilets, changing rooms and showers.
Please shower before you go in.
I visited solo. Was a great experience. I'm not a good swimmer and wish I would have known to take a life jacket. The people/kids jumping off the 20/40 ft platforms looked great! The water was beautiful. Such a happy place and great memories. Look...More
If you're going to Coba, don't miss these two Cenotes! They are CAVES, very far underground, with beautiful blue water. You can pay for admission to any (or all) of the 3 cenotes managed by the same people. These two are close together so easy...More
Choo ha..quieter, Tamcach Ha was busy due to steps full of people and jumpers..jump or swim cant really enjoy for long period. Multun Ha is best choice for younger and older adults due to better steps and observation deck.
Once you pay to enter you drive up to the Cenote. As this is a non touristy Cenote don't expect theme park changing facilitates and showers. It is just fine as it is. Change then shower once your ready walk down the wooden steps and...More
So, you've walked around the whole Kobá archeological site. All covered with jungle. Very hot, sweaty. Or you've even climbed its 42 meters tall pyramid. Wow, you're a hero! Now you're thinking of somewhere to chill, right? So, in 10 - 15 minutes you'l be...More
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We drove ourselves in a rental car. It was very inexpensive I believe it was 55 pesos which is like 4 US dollars. There are a lot of cenotes around Coba. And you can drive to them or the office to pay and if you choose to go... More
We drove ourselves in a rental car. It was very inexpensive I believe it was 55 pesos which is like 4 US dollars. There are a lot of cenotes around Coba. And you can drive to them or the office to pay and if you choose to go to the Cenote in the forest they will take you in the van. Again it is wasn't pesos but I believe it was somewhere near 8 US dollars
We booked through Entertainment Plus (USA Transfers). The tour was Coba Express and we added Cenotes for a few more dollars. Our driver had us keep our things in his car, there are no lockers. There were three cenotes... More
We booked through Entertainment Plus (USA Transfers). The tour was Coba Express and we added Cenotes for a few more dollars. Our driver had us keep our things in his car, there are no lockers. There were three cenotes within a short driving distance of each other. Our tour included two. The driver timed it perfect so that we avoided the crowds. The Multum-Ha Cenote we stayed about 20 min, the Tamcach-Ha Cenote maybe another 15 min. Just enough time to cool off after the morning in Coba and see these amazing places