Ease down a gently flowing river that empties into a glass-smooth lagoon, a wonderfully scenic setting that will leave you immensely relaxed. The spring-fed Bacalar Lagoon is always crystal-clear and its hues are ever-changing, the reason the pristine waterway is nicknamed the Lagoon of Seven Colors. You will glide down the river in an inflatable tube that will take you past one spectacular natural sight after another, including mangrove forests full of wildlife. Besides the outstanding scenery and abundant water birds, you will see sheet-like rocks called stromatolites. Some of the world's first forms of life were found in ancient stromatolites and these unusual rocks continue to grow today. Although the river current is light, it will be just enough to carry you downstream without having to paddle or do much more than enjoy the experience. After a while, lunch will be served along the shore, a most satisfying end to a day of adventure.
• Tube down a gently flowing river that empties into the Lagoon of Seven Colors.
• Take in the gorgeous scenery, wildlife and unusual stromatolite rock formations.
• Stop for lunch along the shore.
• Dress in weather-appropriate clothing.
• Bring a swimsuit, towel and sunscreen.
• Wear flat comfortable walking shoes.
Paddles and life vests will be provided. Box lunch is included (ham & cheese sandwich, salad, candy bar). Maximum weight to participate is 240 lbs. Release form must be signed in order to participate. Participants must be at least 8 years old. Guests with heart problems, asthma, diabetes or limited mobility are not able to participate. Bring swimsuit, hat, sun protection, towel, change of clothes and comfortable shoes.