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I stayed at Bacalar Lagoon Resort for a week during fall 2015 for a family gathering with relatives from the US and Brazil. It was very relaxing to be surrounded by nature. Watching the sun rise in a kayak in the middle of the lagoon...More
I got married at Bacalar Lagoon Resort in November 2015. It was an amazing experience. Everything was so much more than what I expected. The photos and awesome reviews do not adequately capture just how wonderful the resort is. The lagoon is a natural wonder,...More
We had our fairy tale wedding here and came back 5 years later! It's so peaceful and we got treated with the best hospitality. Plan on going back as often as possible. It's so beautiful and family friendly. Rooms are comfortable and clean. It's a...More
We stayed a few nights and it's fantastic. The photos on the website actually does not do this place justice.
I woke up the first morning from sounds (that I choose to think) was a Jaguar!
Beautiful, and comfortable cabanas
Great location on the lagoon...More
Tropical paradise awaited us at the end of our drive down the unpaved road. Our cabanas slept 5 each--queen-size bed in one room and bunk bed with trundle in the other with shared bath (larger cabanas available). The lake is pristine--great kayaking, swimming, snorkeling (equipment...More
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We walked (along with others who were obviously going to the same place for a variety of tours) about 2-3 blocks to the Native Tours office. They provided a bus and tour guide to the ruins (very interesting) and then took... More
We walked (along with others who were obviously going to the same place for a variety of tours) about 2-3 blocks to the Native Tours office. They provided a bus and tour guide to the ruins (very interesting) and then took us by a specially built vehicle (see below) for a delicious lunch and lovely afternoon at Bacalar. The trip back to the ship was only about 45 min. as I recall. We would advise not to rent a car and try it on your own because the access road to the resort is very long and extremely rough - you could tear up a rental vehicle, even a high clearance one. Get in touch w/ Native Tours or the resort itself.