Sacred Mayan Ruins of Muyil

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Sian Ka'an

Exuberant Jungle Lagoon

Muyil and Sian Ka’an – Ground Day Tour

A Day of Exciting Adventures Awaits:

Visit to Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve

a World Heritage Site - the 3rd biggest wildlife conservation area in Mexico;

Muyil (Chunyaxche)

ancient Mayan ceremonial center with an emblematic pyramid

The Canan Ha Path Panorama

an elevated walkboard, from where you can see a vast panorama

Exuberant jungle beaming with life

you can see more than 400 species of birds, butterflies, coatis, agoutis, amphibians and reptiles

Crystal-Clear Freshwater Mangroove Canal

you can enjoy gently floating in the waterway

Maya Xlapak

small archaeological site located in the heart of the Puuc region
Ground TourPrices in USD / per personTour Duration
Day Tour to Muyil and Sian Ka’an & more$1308am – 1pm

 

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Price includes:

  • Round-trip – transportation;
  • All entrance fees to the sites;
  • Certified local guide speaking English, Spanish and Maya;
  • Guided tour with all the curious archaeological facts;
  • All equipment needed – wetsuits, snorkels, etc;
  • 1 hour free time – floating in the Mangroove Canal;
  • Typical Mayan food sampling;
  • Free Go-Pro rental to record your adventure;

 

Sacred Mayan Ruins amidst an Exuberant Jungle Lagoon

Muyil or Chunyaxche, is an ancient Mayan ceremonial center, found inside the Sian Ka’an reserve — an amazing wildlife conservation area, the third biggest natural biosphere reserve in Mexico, considered also a World Heritage Site.
The Canan Ha Path is an elevated walkboard, from where you can see the water bodies and an exuberant jungle, more than 400 species of birds, butterflies, coatis (the cute Mexican hog-nosed coons), agoutis (adorable rodents also called Sereque), amphibians and reptiles.
We start the tour on a small boat from the Muyil lagoon, passing through the ancient Mayan channel until reaching the Chunyaxche lagoon, characterized by its turquoise hues. From there, we’ll reach another channel with crystal-clear water until Maya Xlapak, floating along the current, between the savannah and the mangroves surrounded by orchids and bromeliads.
You’ll try typical Mayan food such as tamales, cacao, honey and traditional candies.

Good to know:

  • The adventure is: 5 hours long (8am – 1pm)
  • Come to meet us at a pick up location of your choice and let’s go!
  • For your comfort, please wear a swimsuit, water shoes and suitable clothing(rashguard or long sleeve shirt; light long pants; sun glasses; sun hat or cap)
  • Help us preserve the wildlife – avoid putting sunscreen on. Wear suitable clothing to shade your skin from the sun, instead of using sunscreen.
  • Use a biodegradable sunscreen in case you really need to.
  • Have an extra pair of clothes and a towel, to change.
  • Make sure to bring cash to buy souvenirs as most shops there do no work in credit/debit cards.

 

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