Viaje ao coração da selva para uma tarde de cultura e aventura maia. Comece seu dia com uma cerimônia de purificação maia numa aldeia local, depois parta para a floresta tropical a pé, a caminho de uma vasta rede fluvial subterrânea. Mergulhe com snorkel em suas águas e cavernas, como Suess, e, em seguida, parta em um 4X4 para uma experiência de tirolesa e rapel. Descontraia de seu emocionante passeio com um almoço com bufê da cozinha tradicional maia. Inclui transporte de ida e volta a Playa del Carmen.
Excursão de 6 horas a Sac Actun, na Península de Yucatán
Passeie por uma rede de cavernas e mergulhe com snorkel em um cenote subterrâneo
Percorra a selva em 4x4, faça rapel em um cenote e navegue por três tirolesas
Assista a uma cerimônia tradicional na vila Maia de Rancho San Felipe
Saiba mais sobre a biodiversidade de Yucatán por um guia informativo
Almoço com bufê, e transporte de ida e volta à maioria dos hotéis de Playa del Carmen inclusos
A excursão para grupos pequenos limitada a 10 pessoas garante uma experiência personalizada
The Cenotes were absolutely gorgeous. Pepe picked us up and our adventure started. He was very informative and fun. We did 5 ziplines, one of them going right into the water. We also repelled into one of them with great instruction from Pepe. The snorkeling was beautiful!!! The staff also took so many pictures that we were able to purchase when finished. Lunch was a very nice and yummy selection of foods. We loved it.
I highly recommend this tour. There were only six people in our group plus our guide, Pedro. The location was great - not crowded and didn't feel too touristy. Pedro was fun and a great source of information. It was great to have some adventure in the midst of a relaxing beach vacation. The cenotes are beautiful and being able to rappel into one and snorkel in one should be something you add to your bucket list.
Things you should know:
No sunscreen is allowed - not even biodegradable sunscreen. You are in shaded areas or cenotes most of the time so it wasn't an issue, but just an FYI.
You are allowed to take a hat and sunglasses and that is it. No phones, handheld cameras, etc. They do allow a gopro if it is strapped on your head but honestly, with the activities you are doing, it would be pretty impossible to take cameras, phones, etc. They take lots of photos and a couple of videos. Of course, you have to pay for those if you want them at the end of the tour but, trust me, you will want them! You can purchase a USB drive with everything included for 70.