3 days 2 nights
  • Tour leader in english
  • 1 night in 3 & 4 stars hotel in Chetumal and 1 night in cabin at Bacalar in double occupancy
  • Breakfasts on 2nd & 3rd day
  • Entrance fees at "Talking Cross Temple" at Tihosuco
  • Entrance fee to the Museum of "War of Classes" and Mayan Culture Museum at Chetumal
  • Entrance fees and guide at Mayan Cities of Kohunlich, Dzibanché and Kinichná
  • Kayak at the Lagoon of Bacalar
  • Entrance fees to the Fort-Museum of Bacalar
  • Swim at Cenote Azul
  • 1st Class prívate Vehicle with A/C

Does not include:
tips, additional meals and activities, air fares and extra expenses.

  • Prices include taxes
  • Prices in US dollars & subject to change without notice
DAY 1 : War of Classes, Treasures of the South & Magic Bacalar

We´ll leave from the hotel towards the heart of the Mayan Zone, walk along the main rebel spot during the War of Classes on the XIX century, The ancient village of Chan Santa Cruz, today known as Felipe Carrillo Puerto.

Visit the Sacred Temple of the "Talking Cross", know it´s fascinating legend and learn how it took an important role on the evolution of the war.

Walk along the mayan village of Tihosuco, scenery of cruel combats and explore it´s impressive colonial church half destroyed during the war. Visit the Museum of the War y learn about this unknown episode of the Mayans of the Yucatan Peninsula.

We´ll continue south to the capital city of the state of Quintana Roo.
Chetumal, the Cradle of Mestizage, where Gonzalo Guerrero, a spanish survivor of a wreckage landed and stablished the first Half-Breed family of the American Continent on the XVI Century by marrying the Mayan Princes daughter of the King of Chactemal.
DAY 2 : Kohunlich, Dzibanché & Kinichná

Ek' Balam is a pre-Columbian archaeological site in Yucatán, Mexico built by the Maya civilization. The site is located 30km north of Valladolid, 2km away from a small Mayan village by the same name. In Yukatek the name means "Black Jaguar". The largest structure, known as The Acropolis, has a 5m tall jaguar's mouth featuring winged Mayan warriors, as well as inscriptions in the Maya script. From the top of this structure can be seen the pre-Columbian sites of Coba and Chichen Itza.

After our visit, we’ll take a drive through local villages into the natural reserve of Rio Lagartos. After a fish lunch in the local community, we will imbark ourselves to start our trip into the natural habitat of the pelicans and falcons, crocodiles and flamingos. During the trip we will stop to observe some of the wonders of nature that exist in this protected zone, like the salt lakes with their original pink shades. The total protected area covers close to 200 kilometers of shore line of which our trip will be of about 25 kilometers.

DAY 3 : Bacalar & Cenote Azul

This morning we´ll have some time to enjoy the place and get on the kayaks and paddle at the lagoon. At noon, we´ll go to the "Cenote Azul" to swim in this natural and crystal clear 1200 feet deep wonder.

Walk along the village of San Felipe de Bacalar and visit the "Fort of Bacalar" a a XVII century Fort bult to resist the heavy pirate atacks.

End of Trip.