Really nice Nature trails with birds, spider monkeys, etc. Friendly English (OK maybe Spanglish but fine) speaking guide. We visited 3 times over the years from their modest family beginnings to a better organized entity. They were planning to add basic lodging possibilities last time we went there. That would be nice. If you travel from Tulum to Valladolid this... 更多
We were impressed with this place. It's large enough to have true habitat for the larger animals; our guide was knowledgeable not only about the flora and fauna, but also about the governance of the reserve and the community; it seems to interweave nature preservation with cultural preservation, rather than pit the two against each other. Oh, and it's fun!... 更多
What an environment to see spider monkeys in their natural habitat and learn about a vast wild area with many big cats!
We visited Punta Laguna and were escorted by excellent guides. They shared and imbued their respect for the park, and its flora and fauna. We really felt the shared history of the place with the people there. Descending into a dark cenote, in the jungle with just a shaft of sunlight illuminating the crystal clear water was amazing; completely unlike... 更多
You need a guide but that makes the experience. Your guide wil know where the monkeys are that day and fill you in on much ofthebackground; even teach youa little Mayan if you ask!
This was part of a package. We came here in the morning and the Coba ruins in the afternoon. We had a wonderful Mayan guide named Augusto. He is super nice and funny! We saw some howler monkeys (especially saw Veronica very well), we canoed across the lagoon, walked through the woods to do the zipline to get back to... 更多
We arrived about 4:30 pm, after about a 50 min drive from Tulum (30 minutes to the Coba roundabout, and about another 20 minutes east on a narrow road through the jungle and one small village before reaching Punta Laguna). My family wasn't too happy with me at this point and were wondering where I was leading them. However, they... 更多
Came to Mexico in 2012. I wanted to hire a car but fellow guests at our hotel shared experiences where police stopped families in hire cars at roadblocks armed with machine guns. They then asked for cash for spurious fines. Some had paid but others had said they had no cash or asked to pay at a police station and... 更多
There is plenty to do here (including zip line and kayaking) but we decided to go into the jungle to look for monkeys, a Mayan ceremony and swimming in the cenote. We were fortunate enough to get very close up to a group of monkeys which was a great experience - they must be more used to humans with the... 更多