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We had a great visit to Punta Lagunas- walked the remote jungle and saw monkeys, iguanas and birds. We canoed in a lake, zip-lined, and rappelled into a cenote-- friendly people and amazing history. Thanks 'Gato' and team.
We arrived at Punta Laguna with our three year old and met up with Manuel. He was friendly and happy to tailor our visit for our little one. Within minutes, we were off on the narrow trails through the jungle. Manuel was great at spotting...More
My husband and I visited Punta Laguna Nature Reserve and enjoyed every moment of the trip. The monkeys were awesome, although sometimes hard to see, since they hang out high in the trees. Our native guide Julio Canui Chan was very helpful. His family were...More
We had a great time in Punta Laguna, purchased the complete package which includes a Mayan Ceremony, monkey sight seeing, zipline and the underground cenote.
Alfredo our local guide was very friendly and knowledgeable on spotting spider monkeys.
The overall experience was very good, Down...More
We saw a wonderfully friendly group of spider monkeys thanks to a patient and passionate guide. Visit here for a simple walk in the forest with a local guide to keep the community going and help them preserve the wild monkey families and the lagoon...More
We stopped here with Koox diving and had a great tour of the reserve, with out local guide calling out to the monkeys and having a boat race across the lagoon after zip-lining across it. We also got repelled down into a small cenote with...More
First time to Mexico. Really wanted to see some cenotes. I found Punta Laguna on trip advisor, decided to hire a car as no taxi drivers knew where it was!
It’s very much out in the sticks but follow the link from their Facebook page...More
So cool to see the monkeys swinging around right above you. They get so close (not quite close enough to touch) but we were shocked at how many monkeys were out playing.
The zipline is also a solid one.
Response from Q6302QAangelad | 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
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 Tulum. We had no issue with cops and the roads were in excellent condition. Would highly recommend renting your own car. We downloaded "offline" maps from google maps to our phones before we left which was important because there is limited service in some parts of the Yucatán.
However, I would expect that if you book through a hotel or agency they would arrange travel for you.
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
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 denote that is open on certain days of the week. It cost me 1000 pesos ($54) for four of us to do the shaman ceremony and the jungle walk + two of us to do the zipline. I recommend the whole package if your boys want to do the zip line and like canoeing.