We'll have an adventure day into the Mayan jungle, we will choose 2 random cenotes to visit and do snorkeling in safe areas also can take some pictures of you if you bring an underwater camera. Of course, we'll stop to try Mexican “guisado” tacos and natural juices to fill up the energy. The places we're visiting are beautiful and totally safe, if you don’t swim we have life jackets and snorkel equipment.
We have been 9 years in the area, Arube, Fer, Josue and Anna like to do water activities and love to explore and find new Cenotes, there are a lot still to be discovered. Arube started freediving since child so it is very comfortable in the water and Josue is a Dive master and knows a lot of the mayan history. We can teach you simple techniques to do fun pictures and show you the Cenotes around. We are easy going persons and I love to share information about the area.
Fruits & Bars Drinking water
Private starting at 3pax Public 1-2pax
Snorkel & lifejacket
We will be in a Cenote. The cenotes are part of the underwater river system in the peninsula of Yucatán, the Mayan civilization believes in cenotes as the entrance of the Gods (Xibalba) so they used to throw offerings into the water. There are 3 kinds of cenotes. Cave, Collapsed and Open... some have half open and half cave. The water is fresh and totally clear you can see the light all the way to the bottom.
Bring your own camera, bio sunscreen, comfortable clothes, swimsuit, some pesos for tacos.