Czas trwania
Duration of the trip: approx. 12 hours - departure 7:00am, return 7:00pm
Długość trasy
Lenght of the route: approx. 560 km
Price: 150 USD Adult < 100 Child up to 11 years old < GRATIS under 3 years old
Formularz rezerwacji

150,00 $




If you want to get to know the flora and fauna of the region, this trip is perfect for you.

We will start our day with a visit to the unique archaeological zone – Muyil, a hidden gem in the Mayan jungle. It is not difficult to meet monkeys hidden in the tropical forest.

It is a settlement that thanks to its geographical location maintains a long continuity of existence. The first evidence comes from the pre-classical period (300-50 BC), when the inhabitants also settled in northern and southern Belize. In the classical period there was noted a significant population growth and the Muyil relationship with the Yucatan Peninsula. This led directly to the growth of Muyil and construction of new buildings that are currently preserved.

After a walk in the rainforest, we will go to the lagoon of 7 colors named after the delicate shades of blue between its waters’ depths.


The name Bacalar derives from the Mayan phrase „Sian Ka’an Bakhalal”, which means „the place where the heaven is born”.

It is located in the south of the Mexican Quintana Roo state, which has become a popular place for eco-tourism and provides a place of relaxation for all visitors.

In terms of location, this beautiful place is just 40 kilometers north of Chetumal (state capital) and about 335 kilometers [south] from Cancun (3 hours and 40 minutes by car). In these crystal-clear waters you can enjoy the sunshine, which adorns and illuminates the whole place.

After arrival, we are going to eat a local lunch and then visit “Fort San Filipe de Bacalar”, also known as “St. Filip Bacalar “, which is located in the historic center of the city.

Next, we will get on the boat and sail into the depths of the Bacalar Lagoon, where we will see three different Cenotes:

Cenote Bruja, also known as the Witch’s, is the deepest cenote (over 100 meters deep). Cenote Esmeralda is known for its deep shade of blue color and the cenote Cocalitos, whose substrate is made of stromatolites (or living stones), rock formations composed of thin laminates of calcium carbonate precipitated from seawater as a side effect of cyanobacterial life.

Feel the thrill of feeling like a pirate. The lagoon consists of water fragments joining Rio Hondo with the Bacalar Lagoon, which were the place of terrifying pirates’ battles. Later during the day we will reach the Pirate Channel and the Birds Island. There will be free time for a bath, Mayan spa and relax.

Thanks to its beautiful tropical climate and crystal-clear water, Laguna Bacalar offers its guests many attractions and possible adventures to discover.


Implementation of the above program.
Pickup from a hotel or pickup point.
Transfer from the pick up point to Muyil and Bacalar, a fully insured and air-conditioned bus.
Entrance ticket to the Muyil archaeological zone with a tour guide.
Entrance ticket to the San Filipe de Bacalar Fortification.
A two-hours boat trip along the Bacalar Lagoon.
Care of an English-speaking pilot / guide who will share interesting facts about life in Mexico.
Local lunch with 1 soft or alcoholic drink.
Use of all amenities: toilets, showers, etc.
Parking fees and road tolls.
Return to the hotel or pick-up point.


Personal expenses e.g. for souvenirs, snacks etc. (please have some MXN or USD).

Additional drinks.

Tip for the driver if you are satisfied.


This trip in small groups, up to 20 people.

The organizer has the right to change the order of the program.

The program may change in situations independent of the organizer.

The pick up time is set with clients individually depending on the place of accommodation.

The return to the hotel varies depending on traffic, weather, random events, etc.

The price is given in US dollars per person – it is also possible to pay in Mexican pesos or euros according to the current rate.

One price: the prices given apply to everyone, i.e. whether you live in Playa del Carmen, Cancun or Tulum.


For safety reasons, it is recommended to wear a headcover and drink a minimum of 2 liters of water a day to keep the body hydrated. It is recommended to drink coconut water.

All products such as sun creams, or mosquito repellents must be biodegradable. Other types of products have a devastating effect on the natural flora and fauna of Mexico. If you do not have the opportunity to buy a special cream before the trip – you can buy it from a guide at a price of 15 EUR / USD (Kiin Sun Company).

The special spray “OFF Spray” will also be available for 6 EUR / USD for a bottle during the trip. Mexican mosquitoes’ repellents work much better than the European insect repellent.

Each participant is required to put on a life jacket while on a boat during a cruise on the Bacalar Lagoon.