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Sian Kaan van and boat from Tulum

Sian Kaan tour by van and boat from Tulum

  • 5 hr
  • From 160 dólares estadounidenses
  • Circuito Alcázares

Service Description

Embark on an unforgettable journey with our boat Safari through the mangroves of the Sian Ka'an biosphere, undoubtedly the wildest place in the Riviera Maya. Designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, this vast area spans 530,000 hectares and is home to hundreds of unique species, many of which are endangered. Navigate through the mangrove route, an active ecosystem teeming with over 300 species of birds, crocodiles, dolphins, turtles, fish, and native flora. Our journey will culminate in the stunning Mexican Caribbean, where we'll embark on a snorkeling adventure in one of the best-preserved reefs in the area. Our expedition will take us to Punta Allen, a quaint fishing village where we'll unwind and savor the local cuisine. After this rejuvenating break, we'll dive back into our adventure to explore the underwater wonders of the Mexican Caribbean, encountering a diverse array of fish species unique to this region. To cap off our aquatic experience, we'll visit an astonishing shallow stretch of sand known as "La Piscina," where you'll be mesmerized by the crystal-clear waters and gentle tide. What to bring? ✔ Rashguard T-shirt ✔ Swimsuit ✔ Set of dry clothes ✔ Hat & sun glasses ✔ Towel ✔ Camera for shooting ✔ Money for tips and souvenirs What's Included? ❃ Transportation and guide (EN, ES - available languages) ❃ Snorkeling equipment (life jacket mandatory) ❃ Lunch, water ❃ Taxes What's Not Included? ✘ Additional drinks or food beyond the program ✘ Tips, photos and souvenirs Please note: • -Participation in the tour is not possible for individuals with serious back problems. • Pregnant women are not permitted on the tour. • It is forbidden to participate in the tour under the influence of drugs or alcohol or to violate rules. • Other languages upon request.

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Contact Details

  • Circuito Alcázares, Quintana Roo, Mexico


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