We went here to see the monkeys and received so much more. It was a cloudy drizzly day and we pretty much had the place to ourselves. We had a wonderful guide who had family in the area for generations. His English was good and...More
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We went with a tour company called mexico kan tours. When we got there our guide showed us the route and took us to see the howler monkeys. The cenote was beautiful with the sacred skulls at the bottom! (Take a light and goggles!) Hopefully...More
Beautiful place in the jungle that helps to support the struggling ecosystem and Mayan people of the area. Kind, friendly, and patient guides walk through this jungle oasis. Phenomenal experience!
If you're visiting the Coba ruins, you should definitely tack on a trip here for a few hours. They offer a package that includes participating in a Mayan ceremony, looking for spider moneys and visiting (and swimming in) a cenote. It may not sound like...More
3 out of 4 in treatment for Legionella. This Ceneto is very small, stagnant water, and has bats crap in the water. The Legionella is not just any type but a pretty nasty one. Our cases are being followed up by the UK authorities with...More
This place is also known as the Spider Monkey Reserve or Otoch Ma'ax Yetel Kooh - but whatever you call it, it's a special place. Unlike other sanctuaries that are little more than glorified zoos, this is just that: a huge tract of land and...More
Go on your own without a tour. Rent a car and set it up directly yourself. Jesus was an amazing guide. He truly loves the jungle, his culture and his job. He loves the environment and that comes through. This tour is not for everyone...More
I'm giving Punta Laguna a 5-star review in support of the work being done by the local community to protect this area and its flora and fauna. We visited to see the spider monkeys and do some birding. After experiencing some of the more touristy...More
We (myself, two older kids) were looking for a hike and to get out of Cancun for a day. What a treat! Fun hike. Great nature. Monkeys in the trees. The monkeys are the highlight but there is plenty of nature to enjoy. Definitely hire...More
It was nice to meet and talk with local people away from the resort areas, and to share their appreciation for nature