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Punta Laguna Nature Reserve

#10 of 85 things to do in Tulum Features Animals
Tulum, Mexico
984-145-93-47
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Private Tour: Jungle Adventure at Punta Laguna Nature Reserve
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Mayan Inland Expedition from Tulum: Punta Laguna and Coba Ruins
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Reviewed 11 April 2017

Great place for the more rustic traveler. Not many tourists here, but totally worth the trip, especially if you are already at Coba. Nice lake for canoeing, zip-line, nature walks (to see the monkeys) and shaman ceremony. The folks running the place are very knowledgeable...More

1  Thank NancyVeverka
Reviewed 20 March 2017 via mobile

Went there with a group of friends and was amazed. There are so many things to do. From canoeing to descending into a Cenote, expect a day full of activities. We even got to see some monkeys! Truly recommend this place. Only down side is...More

1  Thank Ander A
Reviewed 19 March 2017

We had wonderful guide, Manuel, who spoke english and was very informative about the flora and fauna of the jungle we were walking through. We got to see monkeys up close which was an incredible experience.

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Reviewed 17 March 2017 via mobile

We took the 'Mayan Inland Expedition' offered by Mexican Kan tours at a pretty hefty price but it was so well worth it. It was one of the best days I have ever spent. We went to Coba and climbed the pyramid, we were lowered...More

1  Thank livestotravel121
Reviewed 13 March 2017

First, we were blessed in a ceremony by an elder who asked permission from forest. We were then guided by a wonderfully proud Maya who answered all our questions of the medicinal plants, and structures of the wondrous wonderland of the forest. Then we see...More

2  Thank Chichi A
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Reviewed 7 March 2017 via mobile

Wish I could have coaxed my family out of bed earlier, but even though we arrived after 10am, our guide, Mariano, still managed to find two groups of spider monkeys and a family of howler monkeys. Our group consisted of me, my husband our two...More

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Reviewed 5 March 2017

Took us about an hour of relatively easy driving from Tulum to Punta Laguna, but the last leg of the journey is a narrow highway in the jungle with a few tiny villages interspersed so be careful (especially of the stray dogs). Rustic local feel...More

2  Thank Joseph8484
Reviewed 2 March 2017

From the Turquoise-browed Motmot to the HOWLer Monkeys, the nature opportunities were at every turn. Our guide was Alfredo, and he did a superb job finding all the natural hidden treasures, and communicated well in English. I learned a lot - for me, that equals...More

2  Thank Haliwood P
Reviewed 27 February 2017 via mobile

We visited Punta Laguna with our two children ages 15 and 12. I think all of us can honestly say this was one of our favorite things of our ten-day trip in the Yucatán. Our guide, Agusto, spoke excellent English. He was very informative. We...More

1  Thank Mamie W
Reviewed 5 February 2017 via mobile

Wow, this is off the beaten path, and even when you get there, it certainly doesn't give the appearance of being a touristy type of place... In fact, we drove right by it the first time. It's a bit of a haul from Cancun or...More

2  Thank Tae K
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LuxuryTravelleress
Hi. Did anyone hire a car to get here? Ive been told not to do this as police stop and fine you for anything! Would a taxi be an idea? Thanks
28 May 2017|
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Response from Angela D | Reviewed this property |
Hi. My boyfriend and I rented a car to explore the Yucatán. The rental was about $1 a day and the mandatory insurance was about $20 per day. We drove from the Cancun airport to Chichen Itza, Coba, then to Punta Laguna and... More
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LuxuryTravelleress
Hi. I don't really fancy an organised tour with a bus load of tourists. Is it possible to arrive by hire car and do which ever tours you fancy? I am travelling with my 2 boys (11&9) and wanted to do a walk in the jungle to see monkeys and birdlife etc. I've seen you can have a local guide but all the costs and web pages I've found are from years ago. Any updated info would be grately received. :)
13 April 2017|
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Response from NancyVeverka | Reviewed this property |
We were there last week. We arrived very easily by car -- no tourist buses there at all. They have different things you can do: Jungle walk with a guide (ceremony with shaman prior), canoeing on the lake, zip line and a... More
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Erika R
What would be the best way to get there from Playa del carmen?
11 January 2017|
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Response from currybj | Reviewed this property |
rent a car or hire a taxi. the reserve has local residents serve as tour guides, definitely hire them.
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