Cenote Lol Ha is one of the great attractions of the Mayan town of Yaxunah, a very interesting town from the current and ancient Mayan world where you can stick your head out. The Lol Ha cenote is truly luxurious.

In the interesting town of Yaxunah there are several cenotes and caves to discover. The LolHa cenote is located next to the Yaxunah community center, it is a well-conditioned cenote with a vertigo staircase through which you descend to the crystal clear waters, respecting the nature that surrounds it, which makes it really beautiful.

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Birds and mammals are regulars of cenote Lol Ha, the roots and matapalos descend in search of water, this great treasure that feeds the whole planet and that unfortunately we have neglected. We must educate ourselves in the conscience of taking more care of the treasures of our places, so do not bathe in cenotes if you have used creams and other products in your body.

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Cenote Lol Há

The crystal clear waters of the cenote Lol Ha They allow you to see through them. On one side of the cenote the depth is 8.40 meters and on the other side of 16.24. Perfect to try some nailed to the underworld. Remember to wear your diving mask, the cenotes always have a thousand points of view to enjoy them.

What to do in the Mayan community of Yaxunah

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Cenote Lol Ha is a Yucatecan Mayan word that means flower o cocoon of water. Most cenotes have a Mayan name, paying attention to the Mayan language you can learn from places and their culture.

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As we have said on more than one occasion, the ancient Maya built their cities near cenotes, just like the old Yaxunah, which served them to supply fresh water comfortably.

The Mayans have a special relationship with the cenotes, these are part of the creation and perception of the Mayan world. The cenotes are part of the underworld maya, one of its three great levels: underground, earthly, heavenly. This underground world is called metnal in Yucatec, olontic in tzotzil or xibalbá in Quiché, this being the most used word when referring to this concept.

Alux of the cenote Lol Ha, the guardian
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In the cenote Lol Ha You can stop to take a refreshing bath and take off the Yucatecan heat after visiting the vestiges of Yaxunah or those of Chichén Itzá, which are also close to you. Here you will live away from the floods of tourists from the Riviera Maya who come to know Chichén. Yaxunah It is one of the most authentic Mayan towns where you can stay to sleep in cabins. I warn you that this area has a hook.

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LOCATION: The Lol Ha cenote is located in the town of Yaxunah, 30 kilometers from Piste.
SCHEDULE AND SERVICES: from 11 a.m. to 17 p.m. There are no services in the cenote.
PRICE ENTRY: 25 mxn, vests 10 pesos per person.
HOW TO GET IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION? Buses pass through Piste to Yaxunah (30 minutes).
WHAT TO BRING? Light and light clothing, hat, insect repellent, sunscreen (use it after bathing), closed and comfortable shoes to protect you from insect bites, some water is always fine The swimsuit and a towel or sarong to dry off after bathing . It is a good option to carry diving mask to better appreciate the place.
THE LAW OF THE GOOD CENOTERO: To avoid contaminating the delicate water of the cenotes, do not use body creams, or protectors, or repellents before entering them. Do not hang from the roots of the trees or touch the stalactites or do any other idiocy that damages the place.
CHARACTERISTICS OF CENOTE: cenote Lol Ha Is open. The INAH found something and does not allow diving in this cenote. The ladder is steep, not everyone dares to go down, for you to take it into account. For young children the descent is complicated.
ACCOMMODATION: you can stay for the night in Yaxunah for 500 mxn in cabins of the Tourist Parador or for 150 mxn in rooms that rent in the town.

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