>> Duration:

10 Hours

>> Itinerary:

7:00 - 17:00 hrs 

>> Participants:

2 - 7 Persons

 

>> Activities Included: <<

1. Snorkeling Through Mayan Coast Coral Reef

2. Snorkeling With Tourtles

3. Beach Club in Mayan Coast

4. Entrance and Guided Visit to The Jungle Butterfly Farm

5. Entrance and Guided Visit to Chacchoben Archeological Site

>> Breakfast With View to The Sea Included <<

 

 

 

 

1. Snorkeling Through Mayan Coast Coral Reef

 

 

Mayan Coast Coral Reef  is part of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, consisting of a reef barrier that starts from the coast of Cancun and reaches Honduras.


The reef system is home to over 65 species of stony corals, 350 species of molluscs and more than 500 species of fish of various shapes and colors.

Many species that live in or around the reef are endangered or under some degree of protection, including sea turtles, which can be found; Green Turtle, Turtle Loggerhead, Leatherback and Hawksbill, the West Indian manatee, the American Crocodile, Moreletii Crocodile, The Great Toad Fish, Queen Conch, The Nazzau Grouper Fish, The Elkhorn Coral, The Black Coral, etc

 


 >> This activity is a boat ride through the coral reef located in front of the Mayan Coast, where we will snorkel and observe Sea Sponges, Seahorses, Colorful Fish, Stingrays, Starfish, Countless of Coral Formations, likewise, if we're lucky we can even see a Manatee.

 

                  

 

 

 

 

2. Snorkeling With Tourtles

 

 

Mayan Coast Coral Reef is well known for having several number of tourtles living and feediing nearby the coral reef in a special place that our guides know very well where is common to see them, in this special spot of the coral reef we would be able to see the three different species of tourtles that live in the caribbean, The Green Tourtle (Chelonia midas), The Logger Head Turtle (Caretta caretta) and sometimes if you are really lucky the Hawksbill Tourtle (Eretmochelys imbricata).

And you will be able to se closely this magnificent and beautyful animals swiming and feeding in their natural habitat.

 


 >> We would get to this special place in the reef where is common to see this tourtles feed and swim and swim around trying to find them, remember these are wild animals so is impossible to assure the sightening of any wild animal, on the other part we got that in 90% of the tours we would able to see at least one turtle and sometimes even 4 or 5 tourtles if we are lucky.

 

          

 

 

 

 

 

3. Beach Club in Mayan Coast

 

 

Mayan Coast Beaches are part of the beautiful, crystal clear and warm waters of The Caribbean Sea, surrounded by mangroves and jungle, the tranquility of this small town, its white sand and the beautiful landscapes that can be appreciated here make the beaches of Mahahual one unique destination, which you can not miss if you come to Bacalar or Chetumal.

 

 

 >> During this activity, we can enjoy the beautiful beaches of Mahahual for the rest of the day at a beach club in one of the best hotels of Mayan Coast, beach club includes food (gourmet pizza or pasta) a couple of drinks per person (water, beer or soda) and use the hotel instalations for the rest of the afternoon.

                               

 

 

 

4. Entrance and Guide Visit to the Jungle Butterfly Farm

 

 

The Jungle Butterfly Farm breeds some of the most beautyfull and native species of buterflies,like the great Blue Morph Butterfly, the Owl Butterfly and the Pygmy Deer, discover the amazing and astoshining colors of these beautyfull insects and learn from about the role they played in the ancient mayan vision of universe.

 


 >> This activity consists of a guided tour in the Jungle Butterfly Farm where you will be able to see closely some of the most important Maya Butterflies and learn about their life cycles and the important conservation facts that this animals have in the ecosistems.

                  

     

 

 

 

5. Entrance and Guide Visit to Chacchoben Archeological Site

 

 

Chacchoben is a Mayan archaeological site located near Chacchoben Town, 70 km from the Mexican city of Chetumal. Its name refers to the "red corn." The site corresponds to the largest settlement to date reported in the area known as the Lakes Region area.

The exploration of the settlement began in 1994 and to date have been seized and consolidated some of the most important buildings that make up the core of the settlement, which extends over an area of ​​approximately 70 hectares where sets of structures of different ranks are distributed among the protruding joint called Great Base.

The routes and the Group II, it includes the highest building in the settlement. The character of the architectural groups primarily related to civic and religious functions are confirmed by the large number of late censers recovered at the top of the Great Base and the two main buildings that crown, which correspond to temples.

 


 >> This activity consists of a guided tour in the archaeological site of Chacchoben where you can visit the different pyramidal bases and observe in the jungle some bird species of the region and even the Spider Monkey and some other species that inhabit the place

                  

 

 

 

 

2 Persons:

$1800 MXN

3 Persons:

$1600 MXN

4 - 7 Persons:

$1400 MXN

Minors From 6 to 12 Years:

$1200 MXN

 

> Conservation Fees are per person and includes the following: <

 

>> Transportation - Hotel - Mayan Coast - Butterfly Farm - Chachobben - Hotel

>> Boat tour to Mayan Coral Reef

>> Guided Visit Throw The Coral Reef

>> Snorkeling with Tourtles

>> Life Jacket, Mask, Snorkel and Fins

>> Full Gourmet Breakfast With View to The Sea

>> Beach Club in Mayan Coast

>> Entrance to The Jungle Butterfy Farm

>> Guided Visit in the Jungle Butterfly Farm

>> Entrance to Chacchoben

>> Visit Guide in Chacchoben

 

 

 

> Departing Points: <

Bacalar Hotels

Bacalar ADO Bus Station

Chetumal Hotels

Chetumal Airport

Chetumal ADO Station

 

 

 

>> Conservation Fees help us to keep our conservation projects, to help to protect The Coral Reef and its amazing biodiversity