Learn about honey production in Sinanché and visit the mangrove swamp by boat in San Crisanto. Cool off in a freshwater reservoir and try the famous Huevos Motuleños at a local market. End the day under the palm trees by the sea.
To start the day, try Doña Evelia’s delicious Huevos Motuleños at the local market in Motul. Then, travel to the town of Sinanché to learn about beekeeping in Yucatán and the different types of species found in the region, as well as the importance of bees for the environment.
You will also learn about the honey production process, interact with the bees using a beekeeper’s suit, taste different varieties depending on the type of plant pollinated, and participate in a workshop to create a handmade candle based on honey products.
Then head to San Crisanto, a coastal town where the ejido (community organization) produces salt and copra on communal land, making it a unique tropical landscape ideal for exploring.
Hop on a boat that will take you through the mangrove swamp to an Ojo de Agua (fresh water spring). During this beautiful experience, you will appreciate the diversity and richness of the local flora and fauna, which are essential to preserve the coasts from erosion. Then you will have lunch at a local restaurant.
Then visit a local restaurant for lunch. To end the tour, relax at Sac-Há, an oceanfront beach area surrounded by coconut trees and white sand. You will have access to public restrooms, showers and palapas for your comfort during your time there.
What I need to bring with me?
-Comfortable walking and beach shoes (flip flops).
-Biodegradable mosquito repellent and sunscreen.
-A cap or hat.
-Bathing suit and towel.
-Bottle of water.
When traveling on your own, you are responsible for following the itinerary and activities at the designated times. Local guides speak Spanish.
We will charge a 50% cancellation fee if you cancel your reservation 2 days or more before the start of the event.