Sandy beach
No
Cliff jumping
No
Hike-in Required
No
Sensitive Habitat
No
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Cenote Multun-Ha, along with Cenote Choo-Ha and Cenote Tamcach-Ha, is in the jungle less than a 10-minute drive from Coba Archaeological Site. Cenote Multun-Ha is a large underground cavern with no natural sunlight and a spacious swimming area. Inside the cenote, there is a large wooden deck with multiple stairs leading into the water, as well as a platform where visitors can jump into the water.

Without a natural opening, it gets very humid and warm inside the cenote. Fans keep air circulating, but the jump into the water feels even nicer given the circumstances. The water remains a constant 25 degrees Celsius, with a maximum depth of 30 meters.

There is a lifeguard on duty, and life jacket rentals are available outside the cenote entrance. Admission for each of these three cenotes can be paid at the booth at the entrance to the dirt road to Cenotes Tamcach-Ha and Choo-Ha. Cenote Multun-Ha is open daily from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is MX$100, and children 10 and under are free.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)

Winter
Spring
Summer
Fall

Parking Pass

Admission Fee

Open Year-round

Yes

Pros

Large swimming area.

Cons

Humid inside cenote.

Pets allowed

Not Allowed

Features

Flushing toilets
Family friendly
Cave
Picnic tables

Location

Field Guide

Nearby Lodging + Camping

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