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Tour Chichen Itzá DELUXE, Cenote, and Valladolid

Quick Details

  • Change of date or cancellation depends on – Get to know the main park of Bacalar and take a souvenir photo in the letters of Bacalar.
  • The payment for the entrance to the Fort of San Felipe is optional.
  • Change of date or cancellation depends on the policies of the tour provider, it is an excursion with restrictions due to the fact that it is an ecological reserve, spaces and activities are reserved in advance.
Adult ages 11+
Little boy From 4 to 11 years
Infant Ages 3 and under
Adult 30% ages 10+
Minor 30% From 3 years to under 11

Live an unforgettable adventure

Bacalar, the lagoon of seven colors, is a picturesque city that nature lovers have fallen in love with.

The name of Bacalar goes back to pre-Hispanic times: Bakjalal, which means “Surrounded by reeds”. Bacalar was the most important population and head of Uaymil, one of the 16 provinces in which the Yucatan peninsula was divided, before the arrival of the Spanish colonization.

What to do in Bacalar?

  • You will enjoy a boat tour in the lagoon appreciating its blue color in various shades, we will take you to know the Cocalitos cenote, known as the Sanctuary of the Stromatolites, ancient structures that give oxygen to our planet naturally, you will also experience an exfoliant rejuvenating and much more!
  • Without a doubt, Bacalar and its lagoon are an excellent choice for your visit to this wonderful and precious Mayan Paradise.

It includes

  • TRANSFER round.
  • ROUTE by boat in the lagoon.
  • DRINKS (soft water and beer) on the boat.
  • CENOTE Cocalitos and Esmeralda.
  • black CENOTE.
  • CHANNEL of the pirates.
  • Natural EXFOLIATION.
  • Free time to swim.
  • LUNCH at a local restaurant.
  • One drink with the meal (non-alcoholic).
  • FREE TIME in the center of Bacalar.

Does not include

  • Additional food to the meal
  • Photographs and video
  • tips
  • Entrance to Fort San Felipe
  • Drinks (everyone pays for their consumption in restaurants)

What to bring to the tour

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Swimsuit on
  • Towel
  • Light clothing
  • extra clothes
  • Cap or hat
  • waterproof camera
  • Biodegradable Blocker
  • Insect repellent.
  • Money (cash) for souvenirs and tips