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Omg, getting to jump into the black hole sink hole was so fun for everyone... and the emerald sink hole was absolutely beautiful. So much fun to get out of the boat and swim in the crystal clear waters (didn’t even have to worry about...More
The most amazing place we have ever swam out of all the countries we have visited! The water is warm and it looks simply incredible! A must see if you visit this part of Mexico! We visited while stopping in at Costa Maya for a...More
A “hidden gem” in the Yucatan peninsula that very few people from Mexico and foreigners know about. Bacalar is known for its 7 colored water because of the white sandy bottom that gives the effect of having so many shades of turquoise, blue, and dark...More
Most of the people once in Mexico stop in Tulum and they feel amazed by nature...We suggest real travelers to continue 3 more hours (south from Tulum) by bus to find the paradise. Crystal clear fresh water and a small cozy village?! Here we go!...More
Stayed at Ecotoucan outside of bacalar but on the lake a rustic kind of place with great staff who will make you supper and breakfast you can use their kayaks and walk a little road along the beach and explore also very quiet place '
The camp is a little piece of paradise.
If you are looking for a luxurious and cosy place to stay it is not the place to be but if you are looking for a gorgeous, peaceful and simple place to stay it is the...More
The entrance around 30th Street is more commercialized, with gift shops and a restaurant. This time admission was only 10 pesos. Previous visits we were charged additional for parking. We ate in the restaurant and did not receive great service. But it was a lovely...More
Lago Bacalar is exquisite -- with at least seven colors -- and those colors change throughout the day and with the weather. Warm but refreshing for a fresh water swim, you can - as we did - slather and exfoliate yourself with the lakes "healing"...More
Response from moody2009 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, as far as I remember the entrance fee to the lake was very cheap it was like 40 pesos, and then you can check inside for the boat tour to see all the lake or there are other different options.