Bacalar: Lake of Seven Colors with Mexican Lunch

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$126.99 / Adult (ages 13 and over)
$116.99 / Child (ages 6 - 12)
Costa Maya, Mexico
Moderate Activity Level
Minimum age 6 years
Meal Included
6.0 hours
Children 5 years and under do not require a ticket
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Travel to Bacalar: Join your guide on a 1.5-hour drive on an air-conditioned transport to the south of the country, leaving the green Mexican jungle behind on your way to Bacalar.

Boat Ride at Bacalar Lagoon: Once there, you’ll embark on a two-hour boat ride at Bacalar Lagoon, also known as the Lagoon of Seven Colors. The lagoon is home to what’s believed to be the Earth’s oldest life form—stromatolites. You may also be able to appreciate some local and migratory birds, such as the snail eagle, Tòh, a hummingbird, or even an American stork during your ride.

Swimming & Free Time: Cruise along a combination of cenotes such as El Cenote Negro and stop at the famous Emerald Cenote for a quick dip in its clear waters. You’ll also get to know El Canal de los Piratas, the channel where real pirates of the Caribbean used to arrive from the ocean to steal local precious wood almost 400 years ago.

Mexican Lunch: After navigating through the creeks and springs of this natural body of water, you'll stop to indulge in freshly prepared Mexican lunch.

What’s Included:

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

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Notes

Requirements & Restrictions: Minimum age to participate – 2 years. Guests must be over 18 years old to be able to drink alcoholic beverages.

What to Bring: Beach towel, water shoes, and cash or credit/debit card for purchases.

Good to Know: Children 5 years old and under are free. Medical restrictions apply to guests wishing to swim at the lagoon. Motor vessels are not allowed to operate in the lagoon on Wednesdays due to Bacalar Lagoon Environmental Program.