Cenote Kin Ha

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Kin Ha Cenote – The Waters of Adventure

Kin Ha Cenote is as much synonymous with adventure activities as it is with diving and snorkeling. This glorious, water-filled sinkhole is crossed by zip wires and platforms for cliff jumping into the crystal-clear waters of the cavern beneath.

Set below ground level, you get an awesome view of Cenote Kin Ha as you approach from above. The amazing cave and the incredible transparency of the naturally fresh, clear blue waters have to be seen to believed.

Kin Ha is located near Cancun, part of an ecological park with two stunning cenotes right next to each other. Both Kin Ha itself and the open-water Blanca Flora only a short distance away from each offer something different to the visitor. You can zip out into open space along the lines and then jump off for a dip into the always-warm waters below.

If you fancy making a day of it, you can actually visit some of the ten other cenotes which are hidden in various parts of the park. But you will need strong legs and an adventuring spirit to get there as they can be a little off the beaten path!

How to get to Kin Ha near Cancun

You will find Kin Ha Park on the Ruta de Cenotes (Cenote Road). If you’re based in either Tulum or Playa del Carmen, take the road north to Puerto Morelos. If you’re in Cancun, again you’re probably best off heading south towards this town.

When you reach Puerto Morelos, head west in the direction of Leona Vicario. The park is around 24 km down the road and is signposted. You will usually switch over to some other kind of transportation at the entrance to the park. Both small buses and ATVs are available for riding or hiring.

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Kin Ha cenote – diving

Diving into the deeper depths of the Kin Ha cenotes is a lot of fun. This cavern is a particularly good choice if you are a beginner or learning diver looking for a cenote near Puerto Morelos or Cancun which can give you a real taste of what diving in Mexico has to offer. However, if you are an experienced diver, it’s worth noting that there isn’t any true cave diving to be done here.

As always when diving in cenotes, be sure that your bug spray or sun cream is biodegradable to avoid damaging the local ecosystem.

We will provide you with all the necessary equipment for this dive: 5mm wetsuit, boots, fins, mask, BCD or a plate with harness and wing, DIN regulators scuba pro, Hog, aqualung, apex, dive computer, lights and a Go Pro camera.

Classification: you need to have open water diver certification

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Snorkelling in the cenote

Snorkelling in Cenote Kin Ha lets you see some of the Yucatan peninsula’s unique rock formations with amazing clarity thanks to the transparency of the water.

Check the prices for Cenote Adventures

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2 Cenote Dives from Playa 204USD 8am – 2:30pm Book Now
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PADI Discover Scuba Diving: 1 Cenote Dive + 1 Ocean Dive from Playa 184USD 8am – 1:30pm Book Now
Full PADI Open water course – 5 Dives + E-learning 564USD 2-3 days Book Now
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course from Playa + E-learning 534USD 3 days Book Now
2 Snorkel Locations Tour from Playa 124USD 8am – 12:30pm Book Now
1 Cenote Fun Freedive from Playa 144USD 8am-12pm Book Now
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SSI Discovery Freediving – 1 dive 154USD 8am – 12pm Book Now
🐊Crocodile Night Dive Cenote Tour from Playa🐊 214USD 6:30pm-10pm Book Now
🐊Crocodile Night Snorkel Cenote Tour from Playa🐊 164USD 6:30pm-10pm Book Now
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👌🏼Full Day Adventure: Best of Tulum Cenotes – 3 Dives🌴 267USD 8am – 4:30pm Book Now
2 Cenote Dives from Tulum 204USD 8am – 1:30pm Book Now
1 Cenote Dive from Tulum 174USD 1:30-4:30pm Book Now
🌿Tulum’s Best for certified divers: 1 Cenote Dive + 1 Ocean Dive 🐠 174USD 8am – 1:30pm Book Now
🌿Best for non-divers: PADI Discover Scuba Diving Casa Cenote + Snorkel Dos Ojos 🌿 204USD 8am – 1:30pm Book Now
PADI Discover Scuba Diving 2 dives: 1 Cenote + 1 Ocean Dive from Tulum 184USD 8am – 1:30pm Book Now
Full PADI Open water course: 5 Dives + E-learning from Tulum 564USD 3 days Book Now
PADI Open Water Diver Course + 2 Dives in Dos Ojos from Tulum + E-learning 684USD 3 days Book Now
PADI Advanced Open Water Diver Course from Tulum + E-learning 534USD 3 days Book Now
1 Cave dive from Tulum 204USD 8am – 1:30pm Book Now
2 Cave dives from Tulum 264USD 8am – 3:30pm Book Now
2 Cenotes Snorkel: Dos Ojos & Casa Cenote from Tulum 124USD 8am – 12:30pm Book Now
2 Snorkel Locations from Tulum 124USD 8am – 12:30pm Book Now
1 Cenote Fun Freedive from Tulum 144USD 8am – 12pm Book Now
2 Cenote Fun Freedives from Tulum 214USD 8am – 2pm Book Now
SSI Discovery Freediving – 1 dive 154USD 8am – 12pm Book Now
🐊Crocodile Night Dive Cenote Tour from Tulum🐊 214USD 6:30pm-10pm Book Now
🐊Crocodile Night Snorkel Cenote Tour from Tulum🐊 164USD 6:30pm-10pm Book Now

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1-4 people small group visits – every day
Cave diving certification is required for cave diving
For private tours, please contact us, so we can provide an exclusive offer for you.
Prices include:
Transportation from our dive shop in Tulum or Playa del Carmen
High-quality dive equipment rental: full dive gear set and torches
Free GoPro & video lights rental – upon request – please mind that there might be Go pro usage charge for some cenotes
Prices are fixed, regardless of the number of people in the group.

Cenote FAQ

Q. How deep is the cenote?
A. The cenote has a depth approaching 60 meters.
Q. What time of day is best to dive here?
A. Kin Ha Cenote is open from 9 am to 6 pm Monday through Sunday. However, it can get pretty busy so it’s probably a good idea to ask your Ko’ox dive guide when the best time to go is. As a general rule, you will probably find that earlier in the morning or later in the afternoon are quieter times.
Q. Is the cenote fresh water or salt water?
A. This cenote is fresh water.
Q. Can I bring a camera?
A. Kin Ha Park will not usually allow people to bring their cameras inside. If you’re looking for a record of your time, you will often find local photographers offering a service.

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