Venado Azul

On the Costera North

Phone/Whatsapp: 983 119-7134

Email: venadoazulbacalar@gmail.com

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Let Venado Azul guides introduce you to the natural beauty and wonder of Laguna Bacalar.

Choose sailboat, kayak, pontoon, or motor boat, later decide which part of your adventure you enjoyed the most.

Was it on the lake, beside the lake, or in the lake?

You will visit and learn about cenotes, stromatolites, the Pirate Channel, Bird Island, the lake ecosystem, mangroves, and more. Daily tour $350 pesos from 9:30am to noon includes guide (English or Spanish), life vest, snorkel equipment, two beers, snacks, water; no problem if you want to bring your favorite treats. Or create a private tour that best suits your interests and time. From one to five people is $1600 pesos for two and one-half hours; add $150 pesos more pp up to a max of nine passengers. We are pet-friendly, with doggie life vests available.

Venado Azul Package #1 – 4 Hours

During this longer tour, we visit the Route of the Cenotes (La Bruja, La Esmeralda, and Cokalitos) and the Pirate Canal where we exfoliate with the wonderful and healthful mud. Then it’s on to the Cenote La Bruja for spectacular swimming along the cenote edge. The lake goes from four feet deep to almost 300 feet in just a few meters; you’ll see tree roots and limbs underwater that are spectacularly colored and interesting. At Bird Island, observe local and migratory birds (wood storks, spoonbills, egrets, herons and others) as they roost in the tree tops or sit on their nests. Morning and late afternoon tours may well see the birds flying in or out. Visit the largest known collection of stromatolites – an ancient bacterial life form considered the oldest living thing on the planet – and spend time learning about the plants and animals at the lake’s edge. We’ll explore the lake, going to the southern-most source of Laguna Bacalar.

Venado Azul Package #2 – 2 1/2 Hours

During this shorter tour, we visit the Route of the Cenotes (La Bruja, La Esmeralda, and Cokalitos) and the Pirate Canal where we exfoliate with the wonderful and healthful mud. Then it’s on to the Cenote La Bruja for spectacular swimming along the cenote edge. You’ll see tree roots and limbs underwater that are spectacularly colored and interesting. Then, at Bird Island, we observe local and migratory birds (wood storks, spoonbills, egrets, herons and others) as they roost in the tree tops, sit on their nests, and fly in or out.

Want more info or to arrange a tour? Phone: 983 119-7134   Email: venadoazulbacalar@gmail.com