Yes, it is safe to swim in Laguna Kaan Luum. The water is clear and calm, and there are usually lifeguards on duty during peak times.
At Laguna Kaan Luum there are basic facilities such as restrooms and changing rooms, but there are no restaurants or shops on-site. We recommend you bring your own food and drinks.
Yes, there are several nearby attractions to Laguna Kaan Luum, such as the Tulum Mayan ruins, the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, and other cenotes in the area.
Yes, there is parking available at Laguna Kaan Luum, but it can get full during peak times.
No, it is not necessary to have a guide to visit Laguna Kaan Luum, but it can be helpful to have someone who can explain the history and significance of the lagoon.
Yes, there are some restrictions on swimming and diving in Lagoon Kaan Luum. There is a zone where the swimmers can’t go in, and it’s well marked so you will be sure where the limit is!