Cenote Tankach Ha

Cenote Tankach Ha

Cenote Tankach-Ha is a true hidden gem, found a bit on the off-the-beaten-track.  The name Tankach Ha has its roots in the Yucatec Mayan language. “Tankach” translates to “deep place,” and “Ha” means “water.” Thus, Tankach Ha refers to a deep body of water, which aptly describes this cenote, as you will need to climb […]

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Choo Ha Cenote

Cenote Choo Ha

Nestled far from the bustling resorts of Riviera Maya, Cenote Choo Ha is a hidden gem that offers an authentic experience. Getting to Cenote Choo Ha Cenote Choo Ha is located near the town of Coba, approximately 44 kilometers (27 miles) northwest of Tulum. To reach Cenote Choo Ha, you can opt for the following

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Cenote Zacil Ha

Cenote Zacil-Ha

Situated just a stone-throw away from Tulum, in the lush landscape of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cenote Zacil-Ha offers visitors an unforgettable experience. Compared to the other cenote situated near Tulum, Cenote Calavera, Zacil-Ha is much smaller and open. Not just is Zacil-Ha smaller in size, but its depth is on average only 3 meters. Its

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