Cenote Nah Yah7 Votes
- Address: Tecóh, YUC, Mexico, Tecoh
- Tags: Water Body, Family And Kids
If you love to rejoice your moments during your vacation in natural aquatic sports, then visit Cenote Nah Yah in Yucatan, Mexico. It is actually a natural underground water reservoir. The Cenote is clean and refreshing to enjoy a nice swimming session. The place is distant from busy city and it offers peaceful natural surroundings and an atmosphere that will rejuvenate your mind. You can have a great time with your loved ones here, while relaxing in the lap of nature. You can hire swimming equipments here but you can carry your own as well. The authority charges the visitors reasonably, hence you are assured to enjoy your time.
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Cenote Nah Yah Reviews & Ratings
I love this place........if possible everyone shld visit here♥♥
A beautiful Cenote. Fairly large opening brings in a beam of light that shines through crystal clear water. The temperature of the water is warm and the cave is beautiful. By coming here you are also supporting the locals who live in the community close by.
Went there with the Yucatan Dive Centre for a dive and it was magical Not too many people there in the noon but more and more locals came in the afternoon There are usable toilets ( they are an experience themselve) One con is you are charged 40Pesos for going there but its not much
So beautiful! We had a blast. They have tents there you can rent also. We did a tour here with Yucatan Progresso eco adventures
One of the most amazing experiences ever!!! I cannot wait to return to swim again! Next time I am jumping!