Caves & Cenotes
Exploring and Adventure
Country and people
Boat ride and snorkeling
Snorkeling with turtles
Animal encounters
Animal encounters

Caves & Cenotes
Exploring and Adventure
Country and people
Boat ride and snorkeling
Snorkeling with turtles
Animal encounters
Animal encounters
Full Day Tours

yalku 02Have a real adventure in and beneath the jungle of Yucatan. Walk and swim through caves. Learn a lot about nature and the history of Yucatan. Go in the lagoon Yalkoo, a natural harbor for the ancient Maya and a former caved in cave system. Have lunch at a beautiful restaurant direct at the beach with a breathtaking view over the pristine beach to the turquoise Caribbean sea.

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Visit Uxuxubi a real Mayan Village 10 miles deep in the jungle and learn how the Mayans are living in the jungle, the same way their ancestors lived there for hundred’s of years, go snorkeling at the lagoon Yalkoo, a natural harbor for the ancient Maya and a former caved in cave system and have lunch at a beautiful restaurant direct at the beach with a breathtaking view over the pristine beach to the turquoise Caribbean sea.
 

pm snorkel 12Have a walk through a jungle camp outside the Riviera Maya and deep in the jungle to see and learn how people live and work in the jungle. Go swimming in a beautiful underground cenote and snorkeling at two different places at the Great Maya reef. Have lunch at a beautiful restaurant at the beach and afterwards shopping at the famous handicraft market of Puerto Morelos.

rio lagartos 01Visit Rio Lagartos and Las Coloradas at the Golf of Mexico where more than 40.000 Flamingos are living. Go on a boat trip at sunrise to see the Flamingos and all the other amazing birds nesting in the mangroves at Rio Lagartos, see crocodiles and the Salinas, where even the ancient Mayans harvested their salt. Visit the old colonial city of Valladolid to go swimming in the beautiful Cenote Zaci and to have a Mexican lunch at a local restaurant. 

isla mujeresHave a sightseeing tour of the beautiful Island Isla Mujeres. Isla Mujeres has a long and colorful history, in Mayan times the name of the Island was Ekab (black soil) and was a sanctuary for the Mayan goddess Ixchel. 1517 the Island was discovered by the Spaniard Francisco Hernandez Cordova, in the mid 18t century famous pirates like Captain Morgen and Captain Lafitte used the Island to hide.

chacchoben 01Visit the unique Mayan ruins of Chacchoben. Chacchoben is located in the south of the Yucatan Peninsula and is not yet known to tourists, such as Chichen Itza.  Chacchoben is 6 square kilometers in size but only a small part is open for the visitor, the rest is still been excavated and restored. Visit Fort San Felipe, the fort was built in 1723 to protect the village from pirates. Have a boat tour on the lagoon Bacalar,  a 49 mile long and 1,5-mile wide lagoon which is fed by many cenotes with fresh water, go swimming to refresh yourself.

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