SIAN KA'AN NATURE ENCOUNTERGet up close to the remarkable nature of Sian Ka'an
Take an awe-inspiring boat tour into the lagoons of Boca Paila and Campechen, via a labyrinth of natural mangrove canals and lagoons in search of the occasional crocodile sunbathing on a secluded shore and you have the opportunity to view various types of tropical birds. Along the way, you’ll see a magnificent Mayan temple as well as a stunning array of flora and fauna, including exotic butterflies, migratory birds and native orchids, to name but a few. If you’re lucky, you may even spot one or two manatees swimming to the surface for air.
We take you on a journey back in time, when we will ride along the ancient mangrove channel, built by the native Mayans more than 1,000 years ago as a trade route. Enjoy the fresh and relaxing float in the crystal clear water of this natural mangrove channel as the current gently carries you down stream.
Enjoy the views over the endless mangroves and wetlands spotting various tropical birds.
- • Shaded Boat with Comfortable Seats
- • Private Bilingual Tour Guide
- • Free Time Floating in the Refreshing Clear Mangrove Channel
- • Purified Bottled Water and natural juice
- • Typical Mayan Lunch
- • Fresh Fruit Cocktail and Snacks
- • Entry Fees to the Reserve.
8:30 am - 4:30 pm (from hotels in Tulum) + extra time from hotels at the Rivera Maya.
Level of Physical Activity: Low.
Price Per Person for the tour:
129 USD Adults / 109 USD Children (4-12yrs old)
+ extra cost if you need transportation arranged from and to your hotel
The price in Mexican pesos varies according to the daily exchange rate.
What to bring
- • Biodegradable Sunblock
- • Biodegradable Insect Repellent
- • Swimmsuit, Towel
- • Sun Hat, Sun Glasses
- • Camera
- • Change of Clothing
Size of Group:
Min 2/ Max 6 people per tour
Monday to Saturday
Use the form below to reserve your tour:
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By Julia & Christoph the May 14, 2012, 2:35 am