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Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour

Puerto Morelos, Mexico
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About Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour
LAYLA GUESTHOUSE MAYAN EXPERIENCE CENOTE TOUR THURSDAYS ( on any other day with 4 or more on a Private Tour for just $10USD additional per person ) 8:30am-5:30pm. Other days on request (min 4 people) Includes: Transport, Guide, Entrances, & a delicious Yucatecan Lunch prepared by a charming Maya family. A sensational million-year old stalactite-laden Cave Cenote Snorkel/Swim. A guided Jungle Walk highlighting Mayan medicinal plants. A "Raiders of the Lost Arc" Dry Cave Exploration, Your $115 USD fee also supports the Balneario Jade Maya in X Can, a Yucatecan village.
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tracythepas wrote a review May 2022
The Pas, Canada77 contributions56 helpful votes
What an awesome experience! The dry cave and the cenote were absolutely awe inspiring! Learned a lot about medicinal plants on the walk through the jungle. Visit to the woodcarvers incredible artists! Lunch at a Maya family's home was delicious. Robin is a great host. 😊
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Date of experience: May 2022
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Response from LoveLayla, Owner at Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour
Responded 2 weeks ago
The cave structures are indeed awe-some, awe-inspiring and jaw-dropping gorgeous ! From another world...from another eon of time- 1 million years ago !!! Thank you for your high recommendation and your participation with the families.....! You helped spread a little joy !!
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Gigi wrote a review May 2022
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You'll begin by visiting a woodcarver's compound where generations of woodcarver's make impressive carvings both large and small. Here you will learn about the history of chicle (the sap gum is made of), see the trees that produce the sap, and learn about the rough and tumble chicleros who worked in the jungle collecting the sap. You will visit the community pool funded in part by funds from the tour, and hike through the woods where you will learn about the trees and plants used in healing and folk medicine. If you're lucky you may see the Toh birds with their beautiful, long tails who gather around the cenotes and were how the ancients knew a fresh water source was nearby. The cenote itself is breathtaking--an underground "fairyland" of ancient stalagmites that shimmer in the light and contain cool refreshing waters to swim in. Bring your camera! The day wraps up at a Mayan home where abuelita will teach you how to make fresh tortillas and where you will eat lunch. The children will steal your heart so bring pesos to buy the pictures they have made just for your visit. Other things to buy are wood carved items such mortars and pestles or wooden coasters from the wood carvers, and fresh honey or royal jelly face cream made from trees and plants from the region. This is a tour not to be missed. Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Response from LoveLayla, Owner at Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour
Responded May 6, 2022
Many thanks for your High Recommendation !!! We are so thrilled to bring folks like you out to the village and offer an intimate look at the modern maya world !
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Carol W wrote a review Apr 2022
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The trip to the woodworker’s, walks in the jungle & cave were very interesting. The swim in the cenota was spectacular! We also enjoyed the meal prepared by Mayan families. Robin was not only knowledgeable, but made you feel like he was one of your best friends sharing what he loved about the area. We appreciated the snacks & water refills, but might have liked lunch a little earlier.
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Date of experience: March 2022
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Response from LoveLayla, Owner at Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour
Responded Apr 22, 2022
Many thanks for writing your comments here and so loved reading your adjectives ! I agree that cenote is spectacular, magnificent, and grand..... Your suggestion for getting to lunch earlier is well-taken....we can move it along with that lunch time in mind. Hope to see you back again soon for Part II.... let me know you have completed Part I and we will see about expanding the circuit on your next trip.... Cheers !
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Yves B wrote a review Apr 2022
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So happy and grateful that we were able to experience this fantastic and unforgettable tour. Robin is fantastic and knows so much about Mexico and the Mayans. It's also so wonderful to see the bond he has with the Mayans and the way he helps them. If you want to experience the real Mexican and Mayan atmosphere, just do this tour. And the visit to the cenotes is breathtaking. If you don't have a place to stay yet, be sure to book a room at Layla Guesthouse. We had wonderful days there. Wonderful atmosphere, friendly people and super tasty food. Just do that tour. It's going to be the best day of your vacation in Mexico. Thank you Robin and Layla team.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Response from LoveLayla, Owner at Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour
Responded Apr 22, 2022
Wow, so happy to read your comments here.....and thank YOU for joining in and appreciating it all. The families in the village all benefit from your participation so, again - Thank you. We are here to create just the experience you described !
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Rosi4gals wrote a review Apr 2022
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I was with friends on a food tour, but this may have been one of the top experiences of that trip. We started our morning with breakfast at Layla then headed off with Robin for a day of learning about Mayan culture and their natural remedies before heading to a beautiful cenote, where we were provided with snorkels to explore. This is an amazing gem that you will not see when you travel to other parts of the world.
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Date of experience: April 2022
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Response from LoveLayla, Owner at Layla Guesthouse Mayan Experience Cenote Tour
Responded Apr 19, 2022
So true, still a hidden gem....off the beaten path....and the day is spent in the modern mayan world.....a personal update on Mayan history ! Thanks for your comments !!
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