cenote corazón del paraíso

Cenote Corazón del Paraíso

Swim in the crystal-clear waters of this stunning heart-shaped cenote. It is perfect for falling in love!

cenote corazón del paraíso
cenote corazón del paraíso
cenote corazón del paraíso

The Mexican Caribbean is brimming with natural treasures, from white sandy beaches and lush jungle to the most extraordinary cenote pools. Allow us to introduce you to Cenote Corazón del Paraíso, a naturally occurring formation that captivates visitors. 

Take the plunge into these pristine waters!

cenote corazón del paraíso
Photo: Fayz Hakimov

Cenote Corazón del Paraíso, Tulum’s Most Romantic Corner

Just over 4 miles from the center of the Magical Town of Tulum lies one of Quintana Roo‘s most impressive natural formations. Due to erosion and minerals, this cenote naturally took on the shape of a heart

Surrounded by abundant vegetation, it presents a breathtaking view. Ideal for a day out with family, friends, or a loved one, it’s only an 11-minute drive from downtown Tulum. At the site, you’ll find shelters where you can relax and unwind in the natural setting.

As a lesser-known cenote, the visitor traffic here is minimal. It’s the perfect spot to recharge in the gorgeous scenery and contemplate Mayan mysticism. Remember that this location was sacred for the Maya, and was a site for religious ceremonies. So it’s crucial to respect the place, its plants, and its wildlife.

cenote corazón del paraíso
Photo: José Carlos Meyemberg

Activities to Enjoy 

  • Swim in the crystalline waters of the cenote. 
  • Snorkel equipment rentals are available. The cenote boasts an underwater garden and vibrant, multicolored fish. 
  • Hike the surrounding paths.

Important Information 

  • The cenote is open every day from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. 
  • Entrance fees: $100 MXN pesos for Mexican tourists, $150 MXN pesos for foreigners, $80 MXN pesos for locals.
  • Children’s admission varies based on height, ranging from $30 MXN to $50 MXN pesos.




Cenote Corazón del Paraíso, Tulum, Q.R., México

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