Cancun is more than beaches, nightclubs, hotels and shopping malls, there is also vegetation: the jungle! Cancun has an amazing mangrove system. The large lagoon that separates Downtown Cancun in the mainland from the Hotel Zone is surrounded by a huge mangrove system. This area of Cancun is protected because it hosts a rich wildlife and represents the original flora of this geographical area.
Even so, there is a super fun tour where you can discover what these areas hide, explore the jungle and see Cancun from a very different angle. While on the Jungle Tour, you drive your own small speed boat for two people. You get to cross the extensive canal system within the mangroves and afterwards speed along the south coast of Cancun until you reach the reef.
After the rush in the speed boat you get the refreshing experience of halting near the coral reef and plunging into the water. You snorkel to see the rich and impressive marine life that lies just below the surface. After some time enjoying the underwater wonders while the tour guides show you corals, multicolored fish of all sizes, and even a sculpture under the water, it’s time to get back. You hop back into your boat, enjoy the feel of the hot sun and get started on the enjoyable ride back.
I loved the rich and refreshing sensation of the cool breeze in my face while the adrenaline pumped with the speed of the boat. To be able to appreciate nature in a very different way is priceless! It is easy to drive the speed boat and you are always close to your tour guides, which makes you feel safe and at the same time completely free.
This is another side of Cancun and her nature! A great experience for the family, a group of friends or a couple – don’t miss this opportunity to experience the Jungle Tour in Cancun!
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