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Boat ride and snorkeling
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Country and people
Snorkeling with turtles
Exploring and Adventure
Boat ride and snorkeling
Animal encounters
Animal encounters
Caves & Cenotes
Valladolid
  • ek balamVisit Ek Balam (Mayan for "black jaguar").
    Ek Balam is probably one of the most beautiful Mayan ruin cities, though few buildings have been excavated is definitely worth a visit, if only for the well-preserved Frescos at the excavation site. After lunch in Valladolid you'll Visit the old colonial town, visit the monastery. and go for a swim at cenote Zaci.

  • rio lagartos 01Visit Rio Lagartos and Las Coloradas at the Golf of Mexico where more than 40.000 Flamingos are living. Go on a boat trip at sunrise to see the Flamingos and all the other amazing birds nesting in the mangroves at Rio Lagartos, see crocodiles and the Salinas, where even the ancient Mayans harvested their salt. Visit the old colonial city of Valladolid to go swimming in the beautiful Cenote Zaci and to have a Mexican lunch at a local restaurant. 

  • ek balam 12On this 2 day Yucatan Round-Trip you’ll see the real Mexico. You’ll visit Ek Balam, and Chichen Itza, as well as the colonial cities Valladolid and Merida. You will swim in cenotes to refresh yourself and visit the chocolate factory, where they make the real Maya chocolate based on 3000-year-old Maya recipes. You’ll stay over 1 night at a hotel in Merida, close to the Zocalo and see a reenactment of the Maya ball game on Saturdays or one of the daily events  You'll also visit a  tequila museum, a  monastery, and a chocolate factory.

  • Ek Balam 33On this 3 day Yucatan Round-Trip you’ll see the real Mexico. You’ll visit Ek Balam,  Chichen Itza and Uxmal, as well as the colonial cities Valladolid and Merida. You will swim in cenotes to refresh yourself and go on a round trip over the famous Paseo de Montejo in Merida. You’ll stay over 2 nights in a hotel in Merida, close to the Zocalo and see a reenactment of the Maya ball game. You'll visit a  chocolate factory. where they make chocolate based on 3000-year-old Mayan recipes. 

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