Hidden Paradise:Bacalar Lagoon & Open Cenote Swim

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$124.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$114.99 / Child (ages 12 and under)
Costa Maya, Mexico
Moderate Activity Level
No Minimum Age
Meal Included
6.0 hours
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Panoramic Bus Ride: Your private driver and guide will take you on a 1.5-hour drive on a nice air-conditioned transport to the south of the country, leaving the green Mexican jungle behind on your way to this enchanting town.

Bacalar Fort: Enjoy the view of the Bacalar Fortress from the outside and take some photos of the magical town's famous letter sign.

Cruise the Natural Wonder Lagoon: Embark in a 10-passenger motorboat for about 2 hours to discover the highlights of this majestic lagoon.

El Canal de Los Piratas: Visit the first spot to learn some of the history at a shallow turquoise channel used almost 400 years ago by the real pirates of the Caribbean.

La Isla de Los Pájaros: Continue your journey passing by the little island and take a glance at the different bird types, which nest in Bacalar, and once the season ends, they migrate north.

Emerald Cenote: Stop for 30-40 minutes and swim in fresh shallow water that is many shades of blue.

El Cenote Negro: Make a quick 10-minute sightsee visit at the deepest sinkhole in Bacalar, with more than 100 meters down to explore, getting its name from its intense color.

Bacalar Lagoon Restaurant: Once you are back to Kai Pez, the waiters will serve an authentic Mexican lunch.

What’s Included:

  • A bottle of water.
  • Lunch: fajitas, fish and chips, tortillas, and rice.

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Notes

Requirements & Restrictions: Guests must be over 18 years to be able to drink alcoholic beverages.

What to Bring: Beach towel and cash or credit/debit card for purchases. Water shoes are recommended.

Good to Know: Children 5 years and under are free. Motor vessels are not allowed to operate in the lagoon on Wednesdays due to Bacalar Lagoon Environmental Program.