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Punta Laguna Nature Reserve

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Address: Tulum, Mexico
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984-145-93-47
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Sun - Sat 07:00 - 18:00
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Punta Laguna is part of a 5000-hectare nature reserve called Ma'ax Yetel...

Punta Laguna is part of a 5000-hectare nature reserve called Ma'ax Yetel Kooh.

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US$608.00*
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Private Tour: Jungle Adventure at Punta Laguna Nature Reserve
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US$130.00*
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Mayan Inland Expedition from Tulum: Punta Laguna and Coba Ruins
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US$159.00*
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Coba Ruins and Punta Laguna Biosphere Reserve Day Trip

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One of our favorite activities!

This place is a bit off the beaten path, about a 45 minute drive from Tulum, but well worth the visit and very affordable considering all the activities that are included if you... read more

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Durham, North Carolina
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Durham, North Carolina
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5 reviews
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Reviewed yesterday NEW

This place is a bit off the beaten path, about a 45 minute drive from Tulum, but well worth the visit and very affordable considering all the activities that are included if you decide to do the whole package which our family of 5 (kids age 15, 13, and 8) did for a total of 1500 pesos (about $80US). We... More 

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Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 3 days ago NEW

When we arrived it was rainign and we were affraid we were not going to see any spider monkeys. It took a good couple hours but after going to the lagoon, enjoying the zipline and the ceremony with the Chaman, as we were walking to the last part ouf our tour, we saw a LOT of animals, from moms with... More 

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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW via mobile

Highly recommend as the tour exceed our expectations. The park website often doesn't work, but don't let that put you off. Just show up and ask for the tour. We did the complete package (Jungle Adventure) which includes viewing spider monkeys on a jungle hike, zip lining, kayaking, and repelling into a cenote. The tour guides are all Mayan people... More 

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Reviewed 1 week ago

There is only one proble with this place: PEOPLE! It's such a small place to leave your staff and lay down and honesly it's really cute as it is. But when all of you start bringing your luggages of food and drinks then there is not much space left even for walking around. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE respect the nature beauty... More 

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Hadley, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 1 week ago

GO EARLY, REALLY. I took a taxi from Tulum and arrived at 8am. I took a private tour(I was the only person there that early) with a guide who knows this reserve and these animals very well. After walking for 10-15 min we saw a spider monkey. Juan called other monkeys and they came!!!! They we all around us and... More 

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Seattle
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went with our 17-yr old to Punta Laguna after spending the morning at Coba. I loved being away from the other tourists in the jungle, seeing the local houses, seeing the spider monkeys, and talking to our guide about his life, the village, the animals, and the Maya. It was one of the few times we were with a... More 

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Saint Paul, Minnesota
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

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 and accommodating.

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Mexico City, Mexico
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Reviewed 21 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 that it is a long drive from Tulum

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Woodstock, New York
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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 18 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 into a cenote which was way out of my comfort zone, we swam in the... More 

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