Muyil Forest & FloatA fascinating cultural immersion with a local nature guide who share the mysteries of Muyil archaeological site.

Hike through the forest to the shore of the turquoise water lagoon of Chunyaxche. Jump in the fresh water canal and “float to the ecstasy”, is the most relaxing experience, finally, enjoy a mayan lunch.

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The Chewing Gum: A Mayan Legacy Delve into the jungle and visit a “chewing gum camp”, discover one of the ways of life of the Mayan Culture; meet the gum process, a legacy from our ancestors, fall in love with the turquoise of the lagoons of Sian Ka’an, jump in the fresh water canal surrounded by mangroves and “float to the ecstasy”, a relaxing experience in harmony with nature
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Sunset Wine and Cheese at Sian Ka'anFall in love with the superlative beauty of the world heritage site of Sian Ka’an.

Enjoy a magical experience, sipping a glass of wine while watching the sunset over the wetlands of Sian Ka’an, which was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.
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Sian Ka'an Ancient CanalA few minutes from Tulum, UNESCO’s world heritage site, waits for you to discover an ancient canal that goes through four different ecosystems.

Enjoying landscapes, cool off yourself while meandering the fresh water canal, the by boat get to the Boca Paila estuary before finalize this wonderful day with a lunch in a pristine water cenote.
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Birding And Natural History TourOver 350 avian species have been sighted in Sian Ka’an, including endemics to the Yucatan Peninsula. Frequently seen rare species include the Yucatan Vireo, clavinet emerald hummingbird, common toady fly catcher, and brown booby. Numerous migratory species can also be found here.
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MayakPaddle the quiet waters of the lagoon system, used by ancient Mayans as part of their trade route.

Kayaking in the wetlands and discover many beautiful aquatic and terrestrial birds such as osprey, herons, egrets and others.

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Fly fishingTake the “Grand Slam Challenge” to catch and release one, two, three or four species: tarpon, permit, bonefish and snook. Boca Paila is world renowned for its incredible salt water fly fishing.

Experienced local guides provide all assistance to give you the Fly fishing opportunity of a lifetime.
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