Dare to spend a night of extreme adventure visiting the cave of hanging snakes, in addition to learning something of the Mayan culture. On the way to the cave of snakes, in the community of José María Morelos we will stop to visit a cafeteria, where you can delight with delicious hot chocolate and some foods of your choice. The trip to the cave of the snakes is done by bicycle, pedaling a kilometer approximately, this activity is done only at nightfall to appreciate the spectacle of these reptiles. After the tour we will return to the Kiichpam Ka'ax ecotourism center, to rest in one of our cabins. On the second day of activities you will get to know the history of a traditional Mayan house, the henequen spinning, the trapiche (the way grandparents extract the cane juice) and you will also get to know the honey bees or Mayas bees up close.
3 to 5 pm
- Check-in: Arrive registration, fruit water depends on the season, cabins assignment.
5 to 6 pm
- Exploring with the guide our eco-touristic center: Garden, traditional medicine, fruit trees, our experiences, trapiche, Maya bees, traditional house, henequen, walking trial.
6 to 7 pm
- Surprise gastronomic workshop or firewood: Optional, let us know which one you want.
7 to 8 pm
8 to 9 am
- Breakfast, café de olla (pot coffee) fruit, toast, jam, butter, home style eggs.
10 am to 5 pm
- Beginning of the experience koónex xiimbal: Our adventure begins boarding our rustic transportation, (visit 4 Mayan communities, Dzula where we will swim in its beautiful jamtum( spider cenote), the Mayan community of Xpichil embroidery, Polyuc craft with bejuco baskets, our community Chunhuhub and church, meet a family, a ride with our tricitaxi transportation, and enjoy a tasty “machacado” (smoothie)
- Ecologic Sunscreen
- Water bottle
- Biodegradable repellent
*Asking always if you can take pictures in the communities.
- Check out
-1 night of stay
-Food and drinks
-Tickets an transportation to communities
-“Ko’ónex ximbal let’s go for a walk” Visit to 4 Mayan communities Experience
-Down the ya’aché (Wood fire grandparents stories) Experience