Cenote Taak Bi Ha Tulum - 2023 Guide Everything you need to know
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Beautiful Cenote Taak Bi Ha
The magnificent Cenote Taak Bi Ha of the Riviera Maya is a sight to behold – its crystal-clear water like no other. Whether you decide to take in this natural wonder by swimming, snorkeling, or diving in its depths – it’s an experience that must not be missed. I’m so enthralled with this cenote and all of Yucatan Peninsula’s beauty that I created a post dedicated entirely on how best to visit and make memories here!
Where is the Cenote Taak Bi Ha
Nestled in the Riviera Maya, Cenote Taak Bi Ha can be reached within 40 minutes of driving from Playa Del Carmen and just 20 minutes away from Tulum on the Caretera Federal.
Renting a car is a great option. As you drive along the Carretera Federal, continue straight past the entrance of Cenotes Dos Ojos without stopping for tickets. Then, proceed about 3km down a dirt road into the jungle; don’t be concerned as it’s in good condition despite being unpaved! After roughly 50 minutes have passed since leaving Cenotes Dos Ojos, keep an eye out for a sign on your left side and mark that spot – this is where your adventure awaits!
Get a private taxi ride to your destination with ease – all you need is an endorsement from the hotel staff and also confirm the negotiating price in advance. Whether it’s for a few hours or several, booking a driver will provide you with transportation there and back safely and securely.
Is there Uber in Cancun, Tulum, Valladolid or Playa del Carmen?
Unfortunately, no. Even though the app is functional, there has been a lot of push-back from the local taxi-mafia and some violence so for your safety, we would suggest against using it.
If you don’t have a car, the closest options are to hire taxi or take a “colectivo” (mini van). Please note that the mini van will leave you on the highway and it’s about 3km along a dirt road if no ride is available. The good news is most of this road lies in shade, however make sure to bring some water since it can get quite warm!
How much does Cenote Taak Bi Ha Cost
Locally managed and owned, the Cenote is one of the most visited attractions in the area.
It now costs 350 MXN per person to access its main areas, while 400 MXN buys you a guided tour that takes travelers through the cave’s inner river system – an adventure not to be missed! For only 3 USD extra than just swimming inside this gorgeous natural wonder alone, investing in a guide with lamp illumination will surely add magic and memories of your visit here.
Swimming in the Cenote
Its is a beautiful place to swim and immerse yourself in the beauty of the area. We enjoyed the cool water which made for a perfect escape from the heat.
Diving in the Cenote Taak Bi Ha
To explore a cenote in all its natural beauty, look no further than your local diving center. Their experienced instructors will guide you through the process of arranging and conducting the dive. They will be more than happy to answer any questions you have about costs or other details that may arise during the planning stages. So don’t wait – discover the majestic secrets hidden within these magical underwater caverns!
And don’t forget to stay up to date with the latest safety updates on Mexico.
Other Things to Do Near Takk Bi Ha
After you’ve explored this majestic cenote, 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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