Departure from Cozumel ferry pier 30 minutes before the ferry departs, you will be met by our Bilingual guide and escorted to the ferry, after a comfortable 45 minutes ride will be picked up by jeeps for a maximum of 4 persons in Playa del Carmen to begin this great safari adventure at the Ecological Reserve of Sian Ka´an.
English - Spanish-speaking guide
Round trip ferry ride
Round transportation in jeep
Boat into the jungle
Food and beverages
To arrive 30 minutes before the departure time
Camera for Photo Opportunities
Swim Suit under your close
Ferry Pier: Across the street outside Hard Rock (map)
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
On this tour we combined small groups
No minimum passengers
Driver must have Drive License and Don´t drink alcohol
$ 139.99 USD
$ 114.99 USD
1 free any additional $ 94.99 USD
|BALANCE:||Adult: $130 USD
Children from 5 to 11 yrs: $105 USD
Infants under 5 years old $85 USD
Can be paid with Credit Card on advance thru PayPal or Cash at the moment you re-confirm the tour at Cozumel.
Departure from Cozumel ferry pier 30 minutes before the ferry departs, you will be met by our Bilingual guide and escorted to the ferry, after a comfortable 45 minutes ride will be picked up by jeeps for a maximum of 4 persons in Playa del Carmen to begin this great safari adventure at the Ecological Reserve of Sian Ka´an. Once we are in the Reserve you will then be boarding a boat with a maximum capacity of 8 persons, taking you to open sea where sea turtles and dolphins swim in their natural environment, afterwards you will head over to a beach called "La Piscina" all these activities within 3 hours approximately. Then we will go to a local restaurant for you to enjoy a delicious meal and drinks.
Sian Ka'an, is a Mayan phrase for "Where The Sky Is Born," was the first established Biosphere Reserve in Mexico. It is currently a UNESCO World Heritage site and remains a high priority of protection for the state of Mexico.
As the third largest protected area in Mexico, the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve comprises 1.3 million acres of tropical ecosystems in the State of Quintana Roo. Consisting of lowland forest, flooded savannas, mangroves, and a portion of the world's second largest coastal barrier reef-- the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef--the Reserve is home to 800 plant species and provides habitat for 350 species of birds, as well as jaguar, puma, ocelot, spider and howler monkeys, crocodiles, and many types of turtles. Additionally, the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is home to 23 different archaeological sites of pre-Columbian culture.