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Faites connaissance avec les Mayas modernes et étanchez votre soif de sensations fortes, le tout en une seule journée. Commencez la matinée par la visite d'un village maya pour découvrir la vie quotidienne des habitants. Puis entrez dans la jungle pour quelques heures d'aventure, dont une descente en rappel dans un cénote et une baignade dans ses eaux souterraines, descendez en tyrolienne dans la canopée de la forêt équatoriale et embarquez pour une promenade tranquille en canoë. Après avoir dégusté un déjeuner maya traditionnel partez pour les ruines archéologiques de Coba, où vous pourrez gravir les marches de la deuxième plus haute pyramide maya de la péninsule du Yucatan.
Luis is great! We loved the whole tour because most of it took place at the same site. The climb up the ruins can be scary, but the trick is to climb the sides instead of using the middle. The middle with the support rope is really smooth and slippery. The sides have more traction. Just do a crab crawl up there. The views are amazing and it's so special to be able to climb this ancient ruin! The traditional village was great in that we were able to stay at the same site to do the cenote swim, lunch and ziplining. We also got to kayak a little. The cenote is very cavernous and does contain bats, but the bats keep to themselves. The cenote is nicely uplit. They don't allow you to take cameras or gopros, but the reason is that the local villagers take the photos and sell them at the end. This allows you to support their community and allow for other youths to get trained in photography. It's a win-win, as you don't want to fear losing your camera to the cenote. The food was amazing and the experience was very well-rounded. The trails are very pebble-y, so wear appropriate water shoes.
This is the perfect Maya adventure! Blessing with shaman in jungle, rappel into cenote, ziplining, canoeing don't tip it over!, to conclude with yummy authentic cuisine! Tour guide is friendly, knowledgeable, attentive and fun.
The tour guide Daniel was amazing and highly knowledgeable and friendly, as were his workforce from the guys helping us through the jungle to the lovely ladies cooking us our lunch.
The adventure of all the activities are excellently handled and hugely enjoyable.
This was everything and more than we expected! We had the best guide Sam and his whole team made the experience a once in a lifetime experience! From the blessing of the Mayan Holy man to climbing Coba the tallest Mayan ruin on the Yucatan, to repelling 60 feet into a Cenote cave to zip lining across the open Cenote to the amazing food....cannot say enought great things!
We had such a good time! We were in kind of a small group 5 people and Lily Sanchez was an excellent tour guide. She really helped us understand what we were looking at and we were very pleased with our tour!