We cycled about 20km alongside a motorway to get to the tour, if you don't have a hire car or scooter it is a little out of the way from everywhere but that is part of the attraction. You will be doing a tour that is not swamped with tourists.
We got there just in time for our tour but they thought we were not coming for some reason so we had to wait for the next one which was a bit annoying but it was worth the wait and after our cycle we were happy to chill in the shade for a while.
First up was a bumpy bus journey through the jungle, this was pretty fun in itself. We then did some ziplines over a lake/lagoon before doing some kayaking. It was really relaxed and we were not really given any time limits so we took our time exploring the area, going into caves and through the mangroves. There were birds, fish and insects and loads of interesting vegetation. It was only us and a couple of other kayaks in the water and they left pretty soon so we had the whole lake to ourself.
Next up was some swimming in a fresh water pool, we had been on the beach since we had been in Mexico so it was amazing to swim in cool, fresh water. There was a platform with a 2-3 metre drop off which was fun to jump and dive off. Other groups had access to this area so it got quite busy but there was a good atmosphere and it was not so crowded as to be annoying.
We then drove to the ceynote which was the real reason we had booked this trip. It was an amazing underwater cave/lake with the best staligmites and staligtites I have ever seen. They had installed lights in the cave so the whole place was lit up. We then split up from the rest of thr group (my girlfriend and I went with two guides, the other group of 7-8 went with the other guide) so we had our won personal tour. The guides took us on a route throug the interlinking caves and passages and showed us all sorts of interesting rock formations and insects. It was a really special experience and was different from anything I have ever done before.
There is a snack provided during the tour, they gave us a huge bowl of nachos, fresh gaucamole and there was a lot of fruit. If you were expecting a proper lunch you might be a little disappointe but it was advertised as a snack so we had a big breakfast before we came so we were fine. There is fresh water provided at various stages of the tour so that is something else that you do not need to worry about.
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