Cenote Nah-Yah is a semi-open cenote filled with incredibly blue water. The light beam that pierces through the cenote creates a spectacular sight that will leave you awestruck.
This semi-open cenote unveils a spectacular descent, offering both a 9-meter (30-foot) vertical drop into crystalline blue waters. The natural skylight reflects on the water’s surface, creating a mesmerizing mirror effect that spans approximately 22 meters (72 feet) in length and 24 meters (78 feet) in width. With a maximum depth reaching an incredible 42 meters (137 feet), it’s a subaqueous voyage into the realm of the mystical and the beautiful.
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