Join us for a trip to Akumal,
Riviera Maya, and the natural oasis of Yal-Ku
lagoon. Yal-Ku is well known in the
Riviera Maya as one of the finest shore
snorkeling locations in all of the Yucatan.
The water here is always tranquil, even when the
waters at sea are choppy, and combined with
water between 6 and 15 feet deep, this makes for
At Yal-Ku, Sea Turtles are
common sightings, as well as a variety of rays,
barracudas and other fun undersea inhabitants,
as well as an exciting array of tropical fish.
After we dry off, our travels
will take us to an underground grotto, where
limestone stalactites and stalagmites abound,
and we can snorkel in the crystal-clear fresh
water. This hidden cenote is
seldom-visited, keeping it fresh and amazing!
Yal-Ku & Kazuki Chan Tour
the tranquil oasis of Yal-Ku Lagoon,
where sea turtles and rays share the beautiful
waters with you, and tropical fish abound!
Kazuki Chan cenote, one of the best kept secrets
in the Riviera Maya. Here you can snorkel,
and admire the incredible underground
When: Tuesdays and
Saturdays at 8:00
AM. We can usually take groups of 6 or more
any day of the week.
Where: Meet at the ferry terminal
in Playa del Carmen.
You will need to take the passenger ferry over from
Cozumel on your own to meet this tour.
See Ferry Information
How Long: 5.5 Hours Approximately
Round-trip Transportation in an A/C Van.
English Speaking, Knowledgeable Tour Guides
Entrance Fee to Yal-Ku Lagoon
Entrance Fee to Kazuki Chan
Kids: All Ages Welcome. Kids
prices are for ages 6-12. Kids under Age 6
Check with your ship to see which pier you
are arriving at.
Taxis are lined up waiting for you as you
get off the ship. Very easy. Should
cost only about $6.00 USD from Intl
and Puerta Maya piers. to get to the ferry