Punta Laguna is an ecological reserve 13,000 acres in size. In it you will find a rich biodiversity including spider monkeys, howling monkeys, coatimundis, peccaries, deer, different kinds of exotic birds and a very diverse flora.
Here you will be able to see up close some ancient Mayan ruins still covered by the jungle and if you’re feeling adventurous there’s a great zip line, canoes in the lake to ride and a cenote which you can rappel down to where 117 ancient Mayan skulls were found.
Your guide will lead you in a hike through the jungle to go monkey-spotting, and if you’re lucky, you’ll see more than that!
Come join this exciting and unique adventure through the Mayan jungles of Mexico and experience this otherworldly habitat of Mother Earth.
Coba is an ecological reserve as well as an archaeological site, the only one in which we can take a bike ride through. Climb one of the tallest temples in the Yucatan Peninsula and admire the stunning view of the jungles that surround this huge ancient city.
A place where you’ll admire many interesting and well-preserved stellae depicting the power of the Mayan lords and their rituals, a visit to Coba is not to be missed.
The tour also includes a visit to a cenote.
Cenotes were considered entrances to the underworld by the Maya, we’ll have a refreshing swim in its crystal clear waters and take some amazing pictures of these unique sites and their interesting rock formations while we rest a bit and cool off to continue our journey through the Mayaland.