The community of Punta Laguna, conscious of rapid tourism development, has wisely decided to participate in eco-tourism by promoting activities which are aimed towards the preservation of their culture and the land. The marvelous natural environment of this area is characterized by impressive lagoons, a cenote with crystal-clear water and a semi-decidous jungle with trees of up to 100ft and an extraordinary bio-diversity of flora (over 300 species) and fauna (potential habitat for over 300 species of birds and many other species with a special protection status such as the jaguar, puma, ocelot, collared peccary, white-tailed deer, red-brocket deer, agouti and many more).
After our visit to the reserve, we will visit Cobá, where the early settlers took advantage of a series of small lagoons to find their city; which was possible with the largest pre-Hispanic settlement of the Classic period in northern Yucatán. The temple known as Nohoch Mul is about 42m tall (138 ft) and from the top you can see the jungle like a green carpet covering an ancient city of 72km2 (45 square miles).
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- 8-9am: pick up at the hotels
- Visit Coba (learn about the history, bike, hike, and climb)
- Visit the Punta Laguna Reserve (hike the jungle in search of monkeys and other wildlife, canoe in the turquoise colored lagoon, zip line across the lagoon, participate in a Mayan ceremony and swim in the cenote)
- Delicious Yucatec meal
- 5-6:00pm drop off at the hotels
Included in Tour:
- Transportation in Air-conditioned Van
- Tour Guide for both Reserve and Coba
- All entrance fees
- All activities in Punta Laguna
- Bicycle in Coba
- Lunch, Snacks and Drinks
- Round-trip from Tulum. If Cancun or Playa del Carmen, $10-$30 USD additional fees apply per person.
Recommended for: Those who want to experience and learn about the Mayan history as well as the nature of the Peninsula of Yucatan in a very active day zip lining, swimming, canoeing, biking and climbing. This is eco-tourism at its best. Great for everyone.
Bring: Comfortable clothes and shoes (sandals ok), bathing suit, sun glasses, towel, camera, binoculars, sun protection (bio degradable, but preferably clothes to aid with sun protection), some cash. Please note that there are no ATM machines in the area, nor do any of the vendors accept credit cards.
Duration: Approximately 5-6 hours (depends on group's location and pace)
Max Capacity: 10 people per tour
Ticket price: $140 USD
Minimum participants: 6 participants is needed for the tour. This is rarely an issue - you'll always know beforehand the status of your tour. If tour gets canceled, you will be refunded.
Availability: Every Tuesday and Friday or on demand
Private group tours can be arranged - just let us know.
As you know, we’re all about sustainable travel and supporting local businesses – by booking this Nomoon tour, you will help create a better environment and stronger local communities.