This adventure is perfect for people looking to be around nature in a total quiet and relaxing atmosphere.
We will start our day with a delightful swim in a very nice and QUIET cenote where we will stay for 1 hour. We will serve fresh fruits, and it will be the perfect place to relax, have fun and take some beautiful pictures and videos.
We will pursue our adventure into the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve located 30 minutes south of Tulum. We will visit to the Mayan archeological site of Muyil, which is one of the oldest Mayan cities in the area. We will take an ecological path through the jungle and discover about the beautiful nature of the Natural Reserve, giving you the option to climb a high tower, to have an amazing view on the lagoon. We will hop on a boat and sail into the lagoon through commercial routes used by the Mayans. We will let us float for over 40 minutes surrounded by mangroves while we hear the songs of birds and the wind blowing the seasonally floated fields of saw grass…
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The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve is considered world heritage by UNESCO and its a protected area. We’ll try to contemplate nature in a respectful manner without harming the habitat. Please avoid sunscreen and repellent unless bio-compatible.
We will start our adventure in a cenote hidden within the lush jungle so you can absorb the nature around it, and there are ropes tied to the trees overlooking this cenote that you can climb and jump from. You can swim, relax and we will serve some nice seasonal fruits.
We will pursue our adventure in a Cenote located in the middle of a mangrove field, giving the feeling of snorkeling underneath the jungle. Due to the connection with the ocean, both fresh and saltwater fish live here. Tarpons, blue crabs, birds, and for the lucky ones you might be able to see our little Croco Panchito (The VIP of the cenote).
Finally, we will finish our adventure in an underground cenote with the most crystal-clear water in the area; stalactites, stalagmites & columns are so beautiful and you have to discover them for yourself
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