Tak Be Ha and Tak Be Lum

Tak Be Ha

on request only

Tak Be Ha

A small ladder takes us down to the breathtaking cavern dome. Our dive takes us through the generally shallow open water area for the 15-20 minutes and then turns clockwise, along the guide line, through the cavern area. During the entire dive, we reach a maximum depth of 6 to 7 meters. The formations lined up like "on a silver tray" will, thanks to the indirect lighting, make you begin to imagine that you are in a modern art museum.

Tak Be Lum

Tak Be Luum is known for its formations, which are only admired here in their most particular form. It appears that the grotto is made of plastic and then exposed to a large fire. No one knows where these bubble-shaped formations come from.

On our dive here we reached a maximum depth of 8 meters, but the average depth is 4 to 6 meters. Due to its proximity to the surface and the amount of organic material (leaves, etc.), it provides enough food for the very curious blind fish, which can be seen here on almost every dive.



6 hours


  • SSI & PAdi professionals with over 15 years of experience in Tulum.
  • Guide as certified as Full Cave Diver
  • Two dives including tanks & weights
  • All equipment & light
  • Water and snacks
  • Small groups and personal service—maximum of 4 divers per guide
  • Transportation between the dive shop and the dive sites


  • Level / Certification required: Advanced Open Water Diver or higher with no more than 1 year without diving.
  • Maximum depth 6 meters / 18 feet.
  • artificial light
  • We need to check your buoyancy first
  • On request min 2 diver
  • All tours are subject to weather conditions.
  • Entrance fee 600 pesos
  • Ages 15+ years