Sian Ka'an ("origin of the sky" in Mayan) is a reserve that is part of UNESCO's heritage.
Located south of Tulum and accessible only by a dirt track that you can drive a Jeep through the jungle.
This reserve is made up of a tropical forest, marshes and mangroves and has an abundant fauna and flora, including more than 300 species of birds that you can observe during a boat trip.
You will then have the opportunity to refresh yourself in crystal clear blue waters and discover the marine biodiversity of the Caribbean with its corals and colourful fish during a tour with fins, mask and snorkel.
You will also have the opportunity to observe dolphins and turtles.
It is also possible to visit Sian Kan without the Jeep trip with a visit to the archaeological site of Muyil and a canoe trip in its lagoon.