Cenote La Noria

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Visiting Cenote La Noria

Uncover the majestic beauty of Káat-Ha Park’s awe-inspiring Cenote La Noria on the stunning Cenotes Route. The water is so pristinely clear you’ll be able to watch fish swimming around you, and as if that weren’t enough, marvel at celestial stalactites and feel like an explorer in Mayan Underworld!  

Cenote La Noria
Cenote La Noria

Where is Cenote La Noria

Set right next to Kin-Ha and Zapote cenotes, La Noria is a must-see stop if you’re traveling along the Cenotes Route in Quintana Roo.

Horseback ridding Cenote La Noria
Horseback ridding Cenote La Noria

Cenote La Noria Opening Hours

Cenote La Noria is open from Tuesday to Sunday between 9:00 am – 5:00 pm!


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  • Restrooms
  • Life jackets
  • Parking lot
  • Restaurant with authentic Mexican food, delicious tacos 
  • Zip lines
  • Mountain bikes

bridge Cenote La Noria

Tips for Cenote La Noria

To ensure maximum safety and comfort during your cenote excursion, kindly observe the following recommendations: Dress in comfortable clothing that allows for easy movement; abstain from applying sunscreen inside the cenote; resist touching any of our precious natural formations like stalactites; be sure to carry all trash with you as well as dispose of it responsibly when outside the cenote or jungle environment; and always wear a life jacket provided by your guide.

How much does cenote La Noria cost?

The entrance fee of just $10 USD means there’s no excuse not to visit!

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Other Things to Do Near Cenote La Noria

After you’ve explored the majestic Cenote La Noria, why not take part in some thrilling activities?

    • Take off on an intrepid expedition to uncover Tulum’s wealth of awe-inspiring cenotes! With such a plethora of stunning locations, you and your closest companions will have days full of unforgettable memories.
    • Unwind and relax at the gorgeous Tulum Beach, and don’t forget to try one of the many amazing restaurants in town (try the tacos and local beer)
    • Take a trip to the ancient Tulum ruins, National Parks and, if you find yourself with extra time, venture even further to ruins of Chichen Itza – a stunning location and one of the 7 Wonders of the World!
    • Enjoy an unforgettable day trip to the magnificent Sian Ka’an Biosphere breathtakingly blue waters and get up close with dolphins and even some crocodiles!

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