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To see the lagoon you have to pay an entrance fee of 150 pesos. In return you get literally nothing. You can walk to the lagoon but there are no facilities. There is a pier and that’s it. In Belgium, these kind of activities are...More
We visited Punta Laguna after spending the morning at the Coba ruins. We arrived around 2 pm (it was closing at 4), paid for admission and a guide to take us through the park. Entrance for 2 people and the guide was 800 pesos. The...More
Eli and his team offer fabulously informative and fun small group tours. My chosen tour - Wild Monkey Tour was exhilarating. There were just 5 of us and Eli so you really get a very friendly and personal tour. I was so blessed to see...More
My partner Max and I visited Punta Laguna on Tuesday 6th May during our holiday to Playa del Carmen. Our guide was Jesus and he was excellent, informative and obviously passionate about this beautiful Mayan nature reserve that his family have been lovingly maintaining, preserving...More
I visited the reserve on a tour provided by a third party. On the day of my visit it was raining so unfortunately the shaman did not come out. We were able to spot spider monkeys and howler monkeys up in the tree canopy though....More
We had a wonderful experience at Punta Laguna. First, we were blessed by a Mayan shaman before we could enter the preserve. That was a really nice experience. We hiked through the jungle with a local guide until we spotted monkeys in the trees, then...More
Punta Laguna was incredible, and a highlight of our trip to Mexico. We went as part of a tour with Riviera Adventours and when we arrived we went in with a guide from Punta Laguna. First of all we experienced the Mayan blessing in order...More
Angel was our tour guide. His grandfather was the only to preserve the jungle and protect the wildlife.
We were purified by a shaman before entering the jungle, saw quite a few monkeys, had a great time ziplining and canoeing and then entered the cenote...More
Saw 10+ monkeys, high up in the trees, Guide was somewhat disappointing as we had to pepper him with questions in order for him to share info with us. Normally we'd expect a guide to actually guide us with info. Guide seemed like a teenager...More