Do you like real encounters with authentic Mayan families? Would you like to immerse yourself in their life, culture and nature with them for a day? This tour is just right for all travelers and world explorers who want to get to know the real life of the local people of each country far away from mass tourism and hear their very personal stories.
On this private day tour, you will be picked up from your hotel early in the morning. Then you will get your bike and your unique tour can begin! After a short drive through the Mayan jungle, you will first have the opportunity to jump into one of the more than 4000 cenotes in the Yucatán and refresh yourself in the crystal clear water. Enjoy your break and swim in the cenote before you continue through forests and fields to a nearby authentic Mayan community.
You get to know Mayans who have lived on this land and in this community for generations. Get in touch with them! Learn all about their culture and traditions and enjoy a freshly prepared meal from their own organic farm.
Then you continue to the Punta Laguna Natural and Ecological Park. This nature reserve is an absolute must-do for all nature lovers and outdoor fans! There you can canoe or swim in the shallow waters, experience the adrenaline kick of ziplining or simply observe nature and numerous spider monkeys.
After an awesome day, you return to your hotel.
You don’t have to be a professional cyclist or an experienced athlete, but you should have a certain level of fitness. The terrain has only slight inclines. You should also be able to swim safely.
Please wear comfortable sportswear – if possible with UV protection – and sturdy shoes. Please also remember your bathing suit and a towel. We strongly recommend that you only apply environmentally or coral-friendly sunscreen so as not to disturb the sensitive ecosystem of the cenotes. We also recommend that you have environmentally friendly mosquito repellent with you. If you need tips on the individual products, please let us know.
Yes. The tour is suitable for children from the age of 8 who can safely ride a bike and swim.