If you want to learn more about the Maya, their traditions, customs, and culture, this community tour is for you. It also includes a swim in a beautiful cenote.
- Group of 1-2 People
- Group of 3-4 People
- Group of 5-6 People
- Group of 7-8 People
- Group of 9-10 People
A Full Day of Culture and Nature
Visit and discover one of the most beloved treasures of Yucatan, the archaeological site of Ek Balam. This site was a very important Maya capital, which is also known as ¨Talol.¨
Ek Balam was, according to the written sources of the sixteenth century, founded by Éek´Báalam (Dark Jaguar) or Coch CalBalam. During this day, we’ll also visit Ría Lagartos which is the largest hideaway of flamingos in North America. And also, swim in an incredible cenote.
Ecotourism is one of the main activities of this region. The mangrove area of Ría Lagartos, which we going to visit as well, is a protected environmental reserve.
- Land transportation in AC van
- Entrance fees
- Snacks: fruits and peanuts
- Beverages: water and sodas
- Bilingual guide
- Snorkel equipment
- Boat ride
- All the healthy measures because Covid-19
- Comfortable shoes
- Biodegradable sunscreen
- Insect repellent
- Change of clothes
- Extra money
- Alcoholic beverages
- Personal expenses
Pick up at your hotel in Cancún
Arrival at Ría Lagartos biosphere reserve where you will enjoy a great boat ride to see the biggest colony of flamingos in America as well aso the attractive birds and wildlife!
Have a delicious lunch in a local restaurant.
Arrival to the archaeological site of Ek Balam. Our guide will amaze you with the most outstanding facts of Ek Balam site.
Swim and cool down in the refreshing blue water of a cenote.
Transfer back to your hotel.
Arrival to your hotel.