Sian Ka’an Muyil

Muyil is the modern name used to refer to this archaeological site, but it is also know as Chunyaxché. This site is located within the northwest boundaries of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve off Highway 307. Muyil ruins is small, lush, has few visitors, and feels magical. This is an easy site to navigate, fun site to walk through, and the lagoon adds a new dimension to this ancient Maya settlement.

Sian Ka’an Canal

Enjoy a boat ride through the trading canals of the ancient Mayan civilization with a visit to the small Mayan temple of Xlapak.

Float down a crystal clear natural canal surrounded by mangroves, orchids, bromeliads, dragon flies and the amazing sounds of nature.

110 US$ p/p

Tour duration: 4 to 5 hours

Pick up time: Around 8:00 am in your hotel lobby

Water and snacks during the tour

Lunch in Muyil (vegetarian food available)

What to bring:

Sandals, bathing suit, towel, biodegradable sunblock, underwater camera (if possible), your own mask and snorkel (optional), money, etc.