Quite, off the beaten path. Not very touristy. Price is very reasonable for rental of equipment. Great visibility with lots of different kinds of fish. You will not be disappointed.
About Yal-ku Lagoon
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We walked around from our hotel at Akumel which proved to be a bit further than expected and in the sun you can start to wilt. It is possible to hire snorkel gear from here quite reasonably and you do need it to appreciate the...More
Again amazing, line swimming in an aquarium.. slippery steps going into and more so, out of the lagoon, take care.
Although Yal-ku has changed since I last visited, I still think it is a very worthwhile experience. There is an entrance fee. Cash only. Okay, I'm going to tell you all of the cool things about Yal-ku, and I'll tell you about the not so...More
Thus is a must see place. We visit when the ocean waters are too choppy to snorkel. The fee is minimal, you can bring a cooler, there are many places to sit and relax when not to n the water. There are showers at the...More
So surprised that this was within a short walking distance from our hotel (Del Sol Beachfront). We had our own snorkeling gear so the only additional costs to the entry fee were (a) locker rental and (b) a life vest for my husband who is...More
My husband, two kids (3 and 5) and myself, spent 3.5 hours there. We rented a palapa ($20 USD extra) which includes a private entry stairway to the lagoon and 2 hammocks along with table and chairs. My 3 year old does not really swim...More
Well sorry to say the Yal -ku lagoon is not what it was in the good ol days I reviewed it in 2012 and we were seeing the downward slide .Now unfortunately it`s just another overly crowded tourist attraction Still a nice calm place to...More
Went to Yal Ku Lagoon twice. The first was an all day excursion with an early pickup right after breakfast, snorkeling in a cenote and a cavern, lunch, the lagoon and drop off back at the hotel around 3:00pm. The problem with this itinerary is...More