This half-day expedition combines snorkeling in a semi-virgin inlet on the Caribbean Sea with a visit to a magnificent ecotourism park.
The adventure begins with a thrilling ride on two zip lines nearly 700 feet in the air, with the beauty of the jungle and a cenote below. Following your high-speed ride, pick up a paddle and traverse the Mayan Riviera’s largest open-air cenote aboard a canoe. To cap off your eco-adventure, you can also choose to visit an authentic Mayan village, where inhabitants live, work, and carry on traditions in one of the most important living cultures in the history of Mexico.
Shortly afterwards, we will continue our expedition towards a beautiful inlet in the Caribbean, one of the best-kept secrets on the Mayan Riviera. The waters of this hidden paradise are clear, calm, and inviting, making it ideal for snorkeling. Underwater rock formations create a fascinating sub-aquatic terrain and the ideal habitat for exotic marine creatures.
Bathing suit, beach towel, sandals or diving shoes, biodegradable sun protection or sun block, sunglasses, hat, waterproof camera with flash, T-shirt, shorts, and money for souvenirs.
This expedition is not recommended for people with severe back problems, any severe physical or motor handicap, serious heart problems, or pregnant women.