Location / Nearby LabnaHa Cenotes & Eco Park
Labnaha’s Eco Park called the Magic Mayan World is exclusively open for a few visitors daily. This Park offers different activities surrounded by an exuberant jungle and a subterranean world known as magical and sacred in the Mayan culture.Experience a unforgettable descend on a zip line into the entrance of a fascinating Sacred Lakes which leads to into most spectacular Kayac traverse in the area. Refresh yourself afterwards in the Cenotes on a once a life time snorkel tour. Labnaha operates only with small groups and counts with a visitor limit per day to avoid mass tourism and the negative impact on the Eco system which allows you to enjoy without being surrounded by hundreds of people. Labnaha makes a big effort trying to teach how to enjoy this Magic Mayan World in full terms without destroying it.All activities are conducted with highly qualified and professionally trained guides. The three visited Cenotes are connected by Eco paths guided through theme paths with explanations and names of the local flora and fauna in the park. The entrance fees are used to protect a great variety of animals and trees in danger of extinction because of the ecological changes in the Riviera Maya caused by extensive constructions in the area.We are located just 35 minutes from Playa del Carmen or 10 from Tulum which makes it perfect to plan a last minute tour without having to travel hundreds of kilometres on the highway and sitting for hours in a vehicle or moving from one activity to a other one by car since all three activities are located inside the Magic Mayan Park. Age is not a limiting factor since the activities adapt depending on the exigencies and possibilities of the visitor.Included in the tour.Transportation Zip Line at the Sacred Lakes Snorkel tour in Cenote Labnaha Professional Zip Line EquipmentKayac TourOpen Cenote swimming. Snorkel equipment and live jackets Professional multilingual guide.We do not have customers we have explorers, and later...friends!!!!
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Bait and switch - beware
Disappointing experience, the old bait and switch.. We booked a private cenote tour through proprietor Jose and ended up with a tour of Casa de Tortugas Cenotes. Sergio and Jose failed us. If I wanted the Casa Tortugas experience, I would have gone directly there and saved myself some money.
Pro-tip: pay with credit card so you can dispute the charge if they don’t deliver on the service you contracted. Unfortunately I paid with US$ to do them a favor. big mistake
A very unique experience
I have always wished to see those special species in the cave! The fishes, bats and whip spiders are all amazing! I hope the cenotes can be protected by the government, and let them be a sustainable resource for local people. As tourists, we should keep in mind the cenotes are important freshwater resources for local people and species. So please take a shower(to wash away sunscreen) before get in and enjoy!The water in denote is a little bit cold, and to me, taking a shower before get in also lets me get used to the colder temperature.
This was a highlight of our trip to Tulum! We arrived early, before anyone was onsite. However Raphael was right on time as promised! After getting fitted for lifejackets and snorkels, we tucked away our belongings in the provided locker. We hopped into a very rustic jeep down a bumpy jungle road and about 10 minutes later we parked and took a short walk to the cenote. The water was chilly at first but we warmed up quickly. The water was so clear, it was incredible to see the amount of stalactites below. Would highly recommend!
Beautiful, informative and intimate tour!
This tour was such an incredible experience! If you are looking for something off the beaten path, this is your place. We went on a private tour of a very remote Cenote. Our guides highly knowledgeable and were as happy to give the tour as we were to be on it. We will be back and would recommend to anyone we know visiting!
Interesting. And anything but slick!
LabnaHa is, shall we say, under-developed. We were told that this place is one of the few in Quintana Roo that still belongs to Mayan people. The cenote itself is deep in the jungle, a long way off the highway on very rough roads. The van has seen better days. But when you get to the end of the ride, the experience is amazing. You go down a steep stair to a rough platform, put on the (provided) life-vest, and step into the water. (There are changing rooms to put on swimwear at the entry by the highway.) There’s no-one there except your party and your guide. The water is still and transparent. Stalactites and tree-roots descend from the ceiling. In some parts of the large cave, your feet touch the sandy floor; in others you are half swimming and half floating along from room to room. According to the guide, experienced snorkelers can go through caverns that are completely filled with water into even more remote areas. Our half hour of exploring with our heads above the water was plenty for us. The isolation and stillness offers a fine contrast to the busy crowds and touristy commercialism of other attractions in the area.
This Is a CAVE CENOTE you WANT to See! Tour the water systems, Snorkel or Dive!
I will say that the initial price was much to high but we negotiated to 25 Usd per person with a tour guide and gear. I will also state that it is one of the few remaining cenotes that have not been bough up by the rich and turned to a over bearing tourist attraction. Some of the profits go to the local Mayan community that help keep this beautiful secret Clean and Serene! We had the pleasure of meeting the two men who first discovered the Cenote on a diving trip. And Thankfully they decided to share this treasure. I saw around 8 different Cenotes and this one was one of my top two ! Such a beautiful majestic view once you get inside and then you go for a snorkel or dive tour to other hidden tunnels and openings. Worth every penny, help support the locals and Ancient Mayan Community!
Best one I have seen!
We have been traveling to this area of the Mexican Riviera for 25 years and have visited many cenotes. We decided to stop by this one on a whim. We were a little skeptical about this after we paid our money and got in this really sad old van and started on our 15 minute ride into the jungle on a terrible road. Once we arrived we decended and it was beautiful but I was a little disappointed that it was just one big room. Then we got in and our guide started taking us from room to room. Each room was more magnificent. It was just amazing. It was even better because we were the only ones there at the time. Not packed with touristas. This is by far the best cenote we have ever been to. Definitely worth the trip but I would not suggest that you make this trek after heavy rains as I’m not sure you could make it down that road!
Very good experience !!!
My husband, my 9 months old baby and I had a very good time at this cenote !! The place itself is beautiful. The guides are very nice, helpful and make it an even better experience ! I recommend it !!
THIS IS THE ONE TO SEE Labnaha Cenote
We have visited several cenotes which each had its charm. But THIS ONE...WOW!!! Its a private tour, zero tourists, phenomenal. We took a chance and was the highlight of our trip. Manuel was our guide. He knows enpugh english but Im bilingulal and my partner knew zero spanish and understood all the explanations of the tour. Just us 2 and Manuel. Buy a waterproof bag for your phone if u want to take photos. My Note9 was too big so Manuel took all our photos for us and sent them to us on WhatsApp. There is a rickety van ride into the jungle for 3km which is comical as you toss side to side but when u arrive...wow. breathtaking. You can pay in pesos or dollars.. pesos get a better deal. About 2 hours of snorkleing thru amazing caverns...Even saw a jaguar crossing the road pripr to arrival.
This one is a must see. Friendly staff. Closest to Tulum too but they are private tours so its just you, up to 5 people max. And you dont wait...we showed up and tjey too us both right away.
THIS IS THE ONE TO SEE Labnaha Cenote