From deserted coastline to Mayan ruins within wild jungles, Mexico is full of delights that few tourists ever see. Join us for an exploration of the best adventures the Yucatán has to offer, including kayaking, swimming, camping and hiking.
Snorkel around an immense freshwater cenote and through the lagoon's stromatolite formations, which are fossils from ancient algae that are ~3 billion years old (and still alive!).
Spot wildlife as we kayak through the mangrove forests and estuaries of the Sian Ka’an biosphere, home to over 330 bird species as well as jaguars, tapirs, manatees, and crocodiles.
Hike and explore mystical Mayan ruins from the Preclassic (300BCE – 250AD) through the Postclassic (900-1200AD) periods, including Chichen Itza, Ek-Balam, Tulum, and Calakmul.
Explore small, vibrant towns and sample delicious cochinita pibil (slow-roasted pork), tacos al pastor (spicy pork tacos), real chicharrones, and aguas (fresh fruit smoothies) from local markets.
Camp in the lush jungle of Campeche to experience Calakmul, an enormous ancient city hidden within miles of wilderness, and search for leopard sightings at night.