One of Tulum's most beautiful hidden gems, the Kaan Luum Lagoon is a serene and naturally stunning body of water waiting to be explored. Kaan Luum, Mayan for "Yellow Earth," is comprised of a clay floor, with clear and turquoise-tinted waters perfect for leisurely swimming and paddleboarding. Within the lagoon, a fenced-off cenote offers the opportunity for diving and snorkeling - all in calm waters surrounded by jungle greenery.
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General Admission: $50 MXN
Diving, Snorkeling or Paddleboarding: $150 MXN
Daily: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Palapa Shade Areas
Is there a beach at Kaan Luum Lagoon?
The Kaan Luum Lagoon is situated in the midst of a jungle-like nature reserve with no shoreline, sand, or beach area. There is no space for sunbathing, except for a wooden dock that brings visitors directly to the lagoon, which does tend to get crowded. Please note, to preserve the natural integrity of the lagoon, sunscreen is not permitted while swimming.
Are there any places to eat to the Kaan Luum Lagoon?
No, and eating food in the waters of Kaan Luum Lagoon is prohibited. Visitors are advised to bring their own food and plenty of water to enjoy in the shaded palapa building. There are no food or beverage stands at or near the lagoon.