Cenote Chaak Tun

Chaak Tun Cenote

Immerse yourself in one of nature's creations and become a cave explorer while snorkeling through crystal-clear waters.

Cenote-Chaak Tun
Cenote-Chaak Tun
Cenote-Chaak Tun
Cenote-Chaak Tun
Cenote-Chaak Tun

Cenote Chaak Tun is a must-visit attraction on your next getaway to Playa del Carmen. Its name translates to “water that comes from the stone.” If you are a thrill seeker and want to explore one of nature’s wonders, this cenote pool is a must-see.

Within this astonishing site, stroll through the sacred spaces of the Mayans and immerse yourself in the magic of its crystal-clear waters. Descend into its natural caverns and experience an adrenaline rush in a space surrounded by whimsical rocky formations, formed by millennia-old stalactites and stalagmites.

Cenote Chaak Tun

Located in the northern part of Quintana Roo, in the heart of the Riviera Maya, you’ll find this cenote pool. It’s part of one of the world’s largest hydrological systems, consisting of the underground rivers of the Yucatán Peninsula. Since 1999, there has been greater access to the region’s beautiful cenotes.

Upon reaching this magical place, you’ll encounter one of the area’s best-guarded cenotes for years. Situated just a few minutes from Playa del Carmen, it should top your itinerary; dedicate a full day to exploring it and enjoying the activities on hand.

cenote chaak tun

Two tours are available, allowing you to choose your visit based on your adventurous spirit. The first option includes snorkeling and navigating through the underground rivers nourishing the Riviera Maya. It’s a two-hour excursion leading you through three caves filled with age-old stalactites and stalagmites.

The second tour acquaints you with various Mayan rituals. Take time to relax, meditate, and purify your body and mind in a ritual involving swimming in the cenote. Both activities will allow you to delve into an unknown world.

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Cenote Chaak Tun, Ejidal, Playa del Carmen, Q.R., México

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