CENOTE TAK-BE HA
The hidden route of water
Cenote Tak-Be Ha (hidden route of water in maya) is the best cenote to start to fall in love with snorkeling in caves and perhaps in a future scuba-diving in these amazing formations of limestone.
Cenotes are holes of fresh water in the jungle. There are different types of cenotes: open-cenotes, and cave-cenotes. This classification is related with the age of the cenote. The oldest ones are the ones who are completely open and the youngest one are the one who still preserve the dome of limestone. Cenote Tak-Be Ha is one of the cave ones, with a small entrance leading to a huge room, large dome with a lot of beautiful formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
Every cenote is different; we resume the special features of Cenote Tak-Be Ha:
- Activities: Swimming / Snorkeling / Scuba-Diving (Cave diving – requires full cave certification)
- Special for: Stalactites and stalagmites, bats, trees, birds, perfect for first experience in a cenote and non-experienced snorkelers.
- Type of Cenote: Cave Cenote.
- Depth: Shallow to 6 feet
- Mandatory: Lifejacket
- Access: one-platform with several steps
- Facilities: bathroom.
- Location: close to Tulum
You could combine this cenote with other activities during your private tour, like:
- Swim, snorkel in another cenote (like Nicte-Ha, Jaguar, Dos Ojos]
- Visit Mayan Ruins (Tulum, Coba)
- Swimming with Turtles
- Custom Tours (We can custom tours)
Snorkeling in cenotes is a unique experience. At the same time the view of the cave is a pleasure for your eyes, and for sure you will get relaxed in that peaceful environment!