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LabnaHa Cenotes & Eco Park
Ranked #3 of 52 things to do in Tulum
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Owner description: 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!!!!
Useful Information: Activities for older children
Reviewed July 11, 2017 via mobile

We did the full tour including the zip lines, open cenote swim, jungle hike and cave swim with a group of 9. We didn't book until the morning we decided to go. Pepe retuned my email right away and said he could get us in as the first tour of the day. We had 2 that didn't zip line, so price was a bit lower for them. Everything was as advertised, with the cave swim tour definitely being the highlight. Our guide Rafael did a great job keeping us entertained and moving along. Truly a unique experience not to be soon forgotten. Total time of about 4 hours.

2  Thank Troy E
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Reviewed June 21, 2017

We did the full tour. It started by driving to a spot where we ziplined a few runs. We are adrenaline junkies and these weren't all that exciting if you have done it before. The good thing is that they didn't have many restrictions so we were allowed to flip upside down on the runs. Then we took a short canoe trip which was a nice change of pace going through some bends and seeing plants and animals. We were then allowed to swim in an open water cenote. It is small so I didn't think my kids would enjoy it that much but there is a small cliff to jump and flip off and they had a ball. Then you go back to their site and have a snack of wonderful fresh fruit where we got to meet with the guys who discovered the cenote. Sergio and Pepe were so interesting! We were then driven on a long, bumpy road to the cenote. We were equipped with a mask and some flashlights for our group. This cenote is AMAZING!! There are stalactites and stalagmites, bats, spiders...you name it. Emilio was our guide and was very gracious. We also went to Dos Ojos but this is much better. There was only one other group there (only for part of the time) which was great. It is completely enclosed so at one point they turned off the flashlights and it was completely black. Wow. It is expensive, but it is beautiful.

3  Thank Lorigoris
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Reviewed June 6, 2017

This is just beautiful. It's a closed cenote so there's a walk down stairs and it's completely dark without flashlights in certain areas. The tour itself is in this cave that extends into second small cave but overall the quarter are not that big. It's about 50 minutes long and we loved our tour guide. He is Mayan and his name is Emilio. He was so sweet and took great care of us. There's a very bump ride from the office to the cenote. The price was $30 a piece which is very pricey. It is absolutely gorgeous and we loved the experience. I only give it 3 stars because of the price we had to pay to see this natural wonder. You're equipped with a flashlight and life jacket. It's about 25 ft deep or so. If you can get over the price, it's worth the visit! We did not do the other activities here.

2  Thank Liza V
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Reviewed May 18, 2017 via mobile

My husband and I have previously visited Dos Ojos, Gran Cenote and Carwash, and we can say with certainty that LabnaHa blows all of them away.

I filled out a form late on Wednesday night via their website to try and book us in for Thursday. They emailed be back very early the next morning to confirm that we were good for am 11 o'clock tour. Perfect.

I drove us over in the morning in our rental car, and when we arrived, one of the founders, Pepe, greeted us by name, took payment by credit card without issue (although it was slightly more expensive than paying cash, typical for Mexico and not a problem), and introduced us to our guide. Since we'd booked on such short notice and there was no one else coming in until later, we got a totally private tour. Major score.

The entry to LabnaHa is situated a few kilometers back from 307, and our guide drove us there from the visitors center. The ride was longer than I was expecting, but it was pretty neat bouncing down the mosyly deserted jungle roads. When we arrived at the entry we were outfitted with flashlights, masks and life vests, then went down to a small wooden platform in the cave.

Holy smokes, people, I cannot tell you how cool this place is. It is beyond any pictures you could possibly take. The rock formations, stalagtites and stalagmites, water conditions, wildlife, everything - it was amazing. We saw fish, fruit bats and some very cool spiders. Our guide was awesome, funny and knowledgeable, and was good about warning us of obstacles above and below. We had the place to ourselves practically the entire time. It would be very very easy to get lost in the caves if you didn't know where you were going, but we felt safe from beginning to end. It makes complete sense to me that this cenote is not accessible without a guide, and it far surpasses the experience you get just diving in at other places. We were in the water for about an hour total and the whole thing was magical.

While LabnaHa is a more expensive outing than other cenotes, the price of admission is fully justified and we would recommend this to anyone visiting the Costa Maya.

7  Thank Patricia C
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Reviewed May 6, 2017

Visited here in August 2016 with my boyfriend and was amazed, despite having visited a few other cenotes in the area!
We bought our tickets online in advance and although this wasn't necessary, there is a $5 discount by doing this. Although the tickets are not cheap (we paid $45 USD each), I think this cenote is worth seeing!
On the day of the tour, we travelled from our resort on the colectivo bus and walked into the roadside reception. We were then transported, along with another couple, in a van on a rough dirt road, into the jungle. After a few minutes, maybe 10, we arrived at the cenote. No one else was there, which was nice.
Our guide was funny and knowledgeable. We swam through the cenote, following him, as he pointed out the formations above and below water and took pics of us with our own underwater camera. My favourite part was when he turned off his flashlight and we were in complete darkness for a minute. I couldn't even see my hand in front of my face! It may sound scary but it was peaceful. I also liked that this cenote was larger than the other cenotes I had visited.

2  Thank Laura V
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