Cenote Multum Ha is a beautiful cenote that is one of Coba’s best kept secrets. It is one of the many highlights to your visit in Coba. As it is open for 24 hours, there are plenty of ways to explore and swim in the cenote without the hassle of a crowd.


Cenote Multum Ha
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Cenote Multum Ha is part of a group of three cenotes that are located within close proximity to each other that they are often visited together by tourists. Aside from Multum Ha, the other two cenotes in question are Choo-Ha and Tamcach-Ha.

Cenote Multum Ha is an underground sink hole or cenote that is situated right in the heart of a thick, lush jungle within Coba in Quintana Roo. It is within a 10-minute drive from the village of Coba, which is also a famous tourist attraction due to its archaeological and cultural ruins.

When you visit this cenote, you can expect a cool and refreshing swimming hole that provides an escape from the Mexican heat. It is a great place to unwind and enjoy a relaxing swim due to the crystal clear and cool water. You can explore one or all of the three cenotes within the area during your visit.

The cenote is a great place to visit any time of the year, but the perfect conditions are from the months of April to June. During this time, the temperature ranges from 23 to 25 degrees Celsius. You will only be paying for the cenotes that you want to visit in and at a price of 55 Pesos, it is very affordable.

The swimming hole can provide depths of up to 18 meters. While not as deep as the other cenotes in Mexico, it has plenty of beauty to impress anyone who decides to visit. It is a true wonder of nature with its impressive caverns and crystal clear, blue waters. It is a great way to feel like you are re-living the Mayan underworld.


  • Opening Hours: 24 HOURS
  • Entrance Fee: 55 pesos
  • Good for Scuba Diving: Yes
  • Good for Swimming: Yes
  • Facilities: Yes
  • Car Parking: Yes

A visit to Coba won’t be complete without dropping by Cenote Multum Ha, along with the two other cenotes in the area. If you want to see a beautiful cavern that is suited for swimming and snorkeling, this is the right destination for you.

While a bit difficult to get to because this cenote is located deep in the jungle, it is well worth the journey to get here. The cenote offers basic facilities such as restrooms, changing rooms, a parking lot. There are also rental facilities available for life jackets and snorkeling equipment.

Since there are not too many food services available, you might want to pack some food and snacks for your time here. As with any other cenotes in Coba or Mexico, the use of sunscreen is prohibited for anyone who wishes to take a swim at the cenote.

All swimmers, even ones that are good swimmers, are required to wear a life jacket before swimming. For divers and snorkelers, it is also a no-no to touch the stalagmites or any rock formation that you will find inside the cavern.


The location of Cenote Multum Ha is a bit far from major tourist hubs like Tulum and Playa del Carmen. From Playa del Carmen, you must travel via Mexico Highway 307.

When you reach Tulum, travel for a few kilometers more via the Quintana Roo 109 Highway. Total travel time is estimated at around 1 hour and 30 minutes.


Coba: Mayan Ruins and Cenote Tour from Riviera Maya

Join this guided tour and discover the history of ancient Mayan civilization in Mexico. Visit the tallest pyramids and temples on this archaeological site near Coba while relishing the panoramic views of the Mexican jungle. You will also get a chance to visit a small Mayan community that thrives until today.

Your tour will end with a relaxing swim at one of the cenotes in Mayan Riviera’s Coba region. These sinkholes are yet another sacred location for the Mayans with an extraordinary beauty.

Chichen Itzá, Ik Kil and Coba Small Group Tour

The archaeological site of Chichen Itza is a must when you visit Mexico. This tour will give you that once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the famed Chichen Itza up-close, along with several other archaeological sites in the area. You will learn about the history of the ancient Mayan civilization through the Mayan monuments on the site.

You will also get the opportunity to visit a few of the cenotes in the Coba region. Whether you want to swim, snorkel, or simply marvel at this natural beauty, it is an experienced that cannot be missed while in Coba.

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