Known for its complex environment, the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is a unique natural attraction to visit in Mexico. A sublime area of natural beauty, Sian Ka'an is home to thousands of species of flora and fauna, also you will find freshwater marshes extend out through lagoons and even Mayan-built canals. Enjoy your visit to this UNESCO World Heritage site and navigate turquoise lagoons by boat while taking in the spectacular views and wildlife.
Take in the views and explore the jungle ruins of Muyil. Muyil is actually the most important Mayan city in the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve. It's an interesting archeological site to visit, part of the appeal of the Muyil ruins is that you'll likely have this archeological site entirely to yourself since it is seldom visited, it's so nice to be able to enjoy the tranquility and history of this ancient Maya city. Spend part of the day floating through the Sian Ka'an turquoise lagoons and their interconnecting canals and visit one of the many cenotes that serve as the lagoon's water supply. Taking a boat tour through Sian Ka'an is the main event of this half-day trip. This boat journey travels across two scenic lagoons and weaves into a narrow canal. It's a fun ride across the sparkling clear water!