a perfect afternoon of monkeying around, Bird watching, canoeing, flora, breathtaking sunsets over the lagoon, maya culture and history in the jungles of the riviera maya
$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. The National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has uncovered 113 skeletons of all ages, male & female. Continue on until the land opens into a picturesque lagoon. Finish the afternoon with a canoe through the lagoon, a dip in the fresh water and a delicious meal with a 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.