Sunrise Bird Watching tulum

$159 usd PP

Description: Starting with a gentle boat ride making the way through a pristine lagoon as the sun rises and the birds wake. Followed by a trek through the jungle to the ancient city of Muyil. Continuing on through the archaeological structures and into the Maya community of today. Bird watching many species in their natural habitats. Many that are on their migratory path, residents and transients. As well as enjoying the birdies, we will also observe and discuss the native flora and fauna along the way. Looking for a lifer? We would love the challenge…. All birders welcome from amateur to expert!

Included: Multi-lingual, highly experienced and certified nature guide, transportation, entrance fees, water/reusable bottles, coffee/tea, healthy snacks (fruits, nuts, locally made granola bars), outdoor equipment per activity i.e. binoculars, local birding list 

What to know: The first hour is by boat, the remainder is a walking tour. The weather can be very humid during summer months. The sun is powerful. Mosquitoes are a possibility. Wear lightweight long sleeves/pants for ultimate protection. 

Pick up times vary slightly due to time of sunrise: pick up time 5:30-7:00am return time 11:30a.m-1:00pm

What to bring: reusable water bottle, comfortable walking shoes, hat, non-toxic insect repellent, bio-degradable sun protection, camera, personal birding equipment

Cancellation: Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties.

Guarantee: If you are not 100% happy at the end of your excursion, please allow us to redeem ourselves and take you on our next available excursion -on us- free of charge.


CENOTES: eXPLORE the MAYA UNDERWORLD 

$149 usd PP

Description: Begin the journey into the Maya underworld with a ceremony and offering to ask for permission to explore the gateways that were once vital to the Mayan civilization. Feel the mystical connection with caves that were once a sacred place for prayer and sacrificial offerings from the spirit guides to the Gods of the afterlife. Visit the 3 types of cenotes: open, semi-open, and cavern. Learn about the connection into the planet’s largest underground cave system. Witness a beauty, unseen anywhere else in the world. Enjoy a habitat that is perfect for an abundance of flora and fauna such as fish, frogs and birds. See stalactites and stalagmites that have been forming for hundreds of years. A visit to a cenote means not only connecting with nature, but also a feeling of respect for its cultural and symbolic meanings. Feel mentally and physically refreshed after a plunge into the sacred waters.

Included: Multi-lingual, highly experienced and certified nature guide, transportation, entrance fees, coffee/tea, water/bottles, healthy snacks (fruits, nuts, locally made granola bars), outdoor equipment per activity i.e. snorkel gear, life jackets

What to know: It is a walking and swimming adventure. The entrances of the cenotes can be rugged and slippery. The water in the cenotes can be colder than one may expect. Please do not wear body lotion/oils, hair cremes or perfumes as these products contaminate the water.  The weather can be very humid. Mosquitoes are a possibility. Wear light weight long sleeves/pants for ultimate protection.

Pick up time 8:00 a.m.- return time 2:30 p.m.

What to bring: sturdy walking/climbing shoes, hat, long sleeves, swim wear, towel, dry change of clothing, reusable water bottle, non-toxic insect repellent, camera 

Cancelation - Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties.

Guarantee: If you are not 100% happy at the end of your excursion, please allow us to redeem ourselves and take you on our next available excursion -on us- free of charge.

 


Jungle Trekking at Punta Laguna Nature Reserve

$175 usd PP

Description: Trek the untouched jungle in search of spider and howler monkeys. Discover ceremonial alters that are still used today. Witness flora & fauna flourishing in their natural habitats. Climb ancient Maya structures that are yet to be uncovered and see a small structure with the roof still intact. Discuss the Maya history specific to the area including the cenote of sacrifice where the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) have uncovered 113 skeletons of all ages, male & female. Continue on until the land opens up into a picturesque lagoon. Finish the afternoon with a canoe through the lagoon, a dip in the fresh water and a delicious meal with the beautiful sunset as the back drop. The sunset over the lagoon creates an opportunity for amazing photos, even for the amateur photographer.   

Included: Multi-lingual, highly experienced and certified nature guide, comfortable transportation, entrance fees, coffee/tea, water/reusable bottles, healthy lunch, healthy snacks (fruits, nuts, locally made granola bars), outdoor equipment per activity:canoes, paddles, jackets

What to know: All levels hike. The weather can be very humid. Mosquitoes are a possibility. Wear lightweight long pants/sleeves for ultimate skin protection. 90-minute drive to location from Tulum

Pick up time 12:00 p.m. - return time 8:00 p.m

What to bring: reusable water bottle, comfortable walking shoes, change of dry clothing, swim suit, towel, hat, non-toxic insect repellent, bio-degradable sun protection, camera. 

Cancellation: Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties.

Guarantee: If you are not 100% happy at the end of your excursion, please allow us to redeem ourselves and take you on our next available excursion -on us- free of charge.


Sian Ka'an Biosphere WILDLIFE AND BIRD WATCHING by Boat

$210 usd pp

DescriptionVisit two pristine lagoons with transparent water the colors of turquoise, green and blue. Travel through naturally made mangrove channels to the bridge that connects the biosphere to the Caribbean Sea in search of manatees, crocodiles, rays, fish and many species of birds. Discover and discuss the flora and history of the Sian Ka'an Biosphere. Visit a small Mayan construction that once collected taxes and discuss the historical importance of this entry point into the main land. Finally saving the best for last, visiting a very special bird nesting island that many species call home on their migratory path. Upon returning enjoy a picturesque sunset as it sets over the lagoons. 

Included: Multi-lingual, highly experienced and certified nature guide, transportation (van & boat), entrance fees, , water/reusable bottles, coffee/tea, snacks (fruits, nuts, locally made granola bars), outdoor equipment per activity i.e. binoculars, life jackets

What to know: All levels of physical abilities welcome. The sun is powerful. Wear lightweight long sleeves/pants for ultimate protection.

Pick up time 1:00 p.m. return time 7:00pm

What to bring: reusable water bottle, hat, long sleeves, non-toxic insect repellent, bio-degradable sun protection, camera, personal birding equipment. 

Cancellation: Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties.

Guarantee: If you are not 100% happy at the end of your excursion, please allow us to redeem ourselves and take you on our next available excursion -on us- free of charge.


Private Full Day Wildlife Adventure Punta Allen

$1399 usd  

Description: This is the ultimate excursion!! This is your private tour. Your very own Caribbean adventure that takes you to the tip of the peninsula, to the quaint fishing village of Punta Allen. From a boat, witness an abundance of wildlife in their natural habitats. Come face to face with birds, dolphins, turtles, crocodiles, fish, rays manatees and much more! Experience ocean life while snorkeling above the Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest and most healthy coral reef in the world. Weather permitting, snorkel a sunken ship. Next up, discover the calm, transparent yet multicolored waters of the natural pools that are perfect for swimming, wading and photo opportunities. Head to a picturesque location to enjoy a specially prepared seafood meal for your party on the Caribbean Sea in Punta Allen. (Lobster when in season- or Catch of the Day) Finally travel back through the biosphere as the sun sets over the lagoon. 

Included: Multi-lingual, highly experienced and certified nature guide, professional photos (digital), private transportation, all entrance fees, coffee/tea, water/reusable bottles, fresh fruit juices, snacks for the day (fruits, nuts, locally made granola bars) as well as a specially prepared full lunch. The favorite Mexican spirit- TEQUILA, beer, wine & sweets included. Name your pleasures. We will provide you with a menu to choose from for the specially prepared meal. Vegetarians, have no fear we've got you covered. We will do our best to accommodate everyone's dietary needs. 

Outdoor equipment per activity i.e. life jackets, high quality snorkel gear, binoculars. 

What to know: Full day, three excursions in one. Moderately physical, depends on your activity choices. Long hours in the sun. This is your private excursion, let us know of any requests that you may have and we will do what we can to make it happen.   

Pick up time 6:00 a.m - Return time 6:00 p.m. 

What to bring: reusable water bottle, hat, long sleeves/pants for ultimate sun protection, swim wear, towel, change of clothing, non-toxic mosquito repellent, bio-degradable sun protection, camera. 

Cancellation: Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties.

Guarantee: If you are not 100% happy at the end of your excursion, please allow us to redeem ourselves and take you on our next available excursion -on us- free of charge.


Journey Back in Time Ancestral Mangrove Channels

$190 usd PP

Description: Visit the ancient city of Muyil. See the tallest excavated castillo (pyramid) on the Rivera Maya Coast. Trek through the canopied jungle to the crystal clear lagoon, where sea and spring waters come together. Climb aboard a boat and experience the same route through the naturally made mangrove channels that the Mayas once used. Stop by the small archaeological site that once collected the toll taxes to enter into the mainland from the sea. Share a ceremonial offering with the ancestors, enjoy a refreshing lazy channel float (out of boat) and return by foot through a tropical savanna. Witnessing many flora and fauna thriving in their natural habits including many species of butterflies that find safety in the lagoons. Discussing Maya culture and the historical importance of the biosphere. 

Included: Multi-lingual, highly experienced and certified nature guide, comfortable transportation, all entrance fees, water/bottles, coffee/tea, healthy snacks (fruits, nuts, locally made granola bars, guacamole), outdoor equipment per activity i.e. life jackets, binoculars 

What to know: Fairly physical, due to walking through the archaeological site and wooden paths through the jungle. Part on land and part in water. The weather can be humid. Mosquitoes are a possibility.

Pick up time 10:00 a.m.- return time 5:00 p.m.

What to bring: reusable water bottle, comfortable walking shoes, change of dry clothing, swim suit, towel, hat, non-toxic insect repellent, bio-degradable sun protection, camera

Cancellation: Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties.

Guarantee: If you are not 100% happy at the end of your excursion, please allow us to redeem ourselves and take you on our next available excursion -on us- free of charge.



 

SACRED MAYA TEMazcal SWEAT CEREMONY

 fire ceremony 

$134 USD PP

Description: Experience healing rituals and ancient traditions of the Mayans. Purify the mind, body, and spirit. Connect with nature and prepare to sweat like the gods. The temescali is great in combination with a private ceremony or separately as a stand alone ceremony.

Included in all ceremonies: Experienced Mayan spirit guide, ceremonial offerings, instruments and sacred pieces for alter building, flowers, traditional medicinal plants, ceremonial wine, water/bottles, variety of fruits and nuts,  light traditional meal made by a local family that cares for the cenote and facilities. Comfortable transportation. All necessary equipment for outdoor activities i.e. headlamps

What to know: This is a special event. We will speak with you for complete details.

What to bring: a swim suit, towel, change of dry clothing, and sandals. We always recommend bringing non-toxic insect repellent, biodegradable sun protection, a camera and an open heart. For the alter we encourage bringing special pieces from your life that speak to you personally. It can be photos, stones, crystals, good luck charms, jewelry, instruments, poems/letters, pieces of your faith, food/drink, anything that you can carry to ceremony and has a special meaning.

Cancellation: Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties

Guarantee: If you are not 100% happy at the end of your excursion, please allow us to redeem ourselves and take you on our next available excursion -on us- free of charge.


Green Maya Ceremony

Description: Ceremonies have been performed since the beginning of human life, for many reasons, through many faiths, and across the planet. We invite you to take a special journey with Green Maya. Our ceremonies combine Maya culture, wisdom from grandfathers of different tribes, and traditions passed down through many generations.

Celebrate your special events like birthdays, weddings, reunions, and even deaths with a private ceremony. We also host ceremonies for retreats and group gatherings. The ceremony will be completely personalized and include a reflective alter. The altar is an important component of any ceremony, it holds the offerings, the gifts and the intentions of the ceremony. During the ceremony we will share, receive and connect with nature, ourselves and our loved ones. The experience can also have purification and healing properties. Our ceremonies are led by an experienced Maya spirit guide. (Be weary of those who claim the title of Shaman, in order to become a Shaman, one must put in many years as a practicing spirit guide.) Allow us to make your special event one that will last a lifetime.

Included in all ceremonies: Experienced Mayan spirit guide, ceremonial offerings, instruments and sacred pieces for alter building, flowers, traditional medicinal plants, ceremonial wine, water/bottles, variety of fruits and nuts. All necessary equipment for outdoor activities i.e. headlamps

What to know: This is a special event. We will speak with you for complete details.

What to bring: It depends on the type of ceremony. We will let you know once we have spoken. For alters we encourage bringing special pieces from your life that speak to you personally. It can be photos, stones, crystals, good luck charms, jewelry, instruments, poems/letters, pieces of your faith, food/drink, anything that you can carry to ceremony and has a special meaning.

Cancellation: Cancel before 24 hours for full refund. Less than 24 hours 50% to pay third parties

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on going DISCOUNTS:
15% discount to Mexicans with a valid ID and groups larger than 8 people