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Tankah

Tankah


Tankah

One of the favorite destinations for the travelers who are looking for connect with nature. Located in the heart of the Rivera Maya, this little town will teach you a lot about the Mayan culture and will envelop you with its majestic nature. Tankah Park is an eco-tourism project that combines the best of the Mayan culture with adventure.

Tankah, is inhabited by a true Mayan community, who are in charge of the maintenance and operation of the park, as well as the preparation of the delicious foods and dishes of Mayan origins that it has to offer.

You will meet 4 surprising and at the same time different cenotes, where you will carry out different activities.

During the tour by the trails, you will have the opportunity to appreciate the incredible flora and fauna of the area, such as birds of various species, insects, turtles, fishes, iguanas, monkeys and others.

Availability:

Monday to Saturday

09:00 am - 05:00 pm

Important information

  • Guided tours (Spanish and English).
  • Effective duration of the tour: 4.5 h
  • 0-4 years old get the entrance for free.
  • Distance from Cancún: 80 miles / 1 h 49 min
  • Distance from Playa del Carmen: 39 miles / 51 min
  • Distance from Tulum: 7 miles / 10 min.
  • Last access: 01:00 pm.
  • Closing: 05:00 pm.
  • Opening: 09:00 am.

What to bring?

  • Comfortable shoes.
  • Hat and glasses.

Recommendations

  • Please wear lightweight clothing, comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses and a hat and remember to bring your bathing suit.
  • For the safety of visitors, the use of cell phones is not allowed during activities and it is important that hands are free so accessories such as Selfie Stick or float are prohibited. Access of professional cameras and drone has an extra cost.
  • All sunscreen and insect repellent must be biodegradable.

Not included

  • Transportation

Precautions

  • No smoking is allowed inside the park.
  • The tour is not recommended for pregnant women or elderly.

Highlights

  • Learn about the Mayan culture by true Mayans.
  • Supports cultural and sustainable tourism.
  • Enjoy the famous Yucatecan gastronomy of Mayan origins.
  • Get in contact with nature in a sustainable way.
  • Know an exclusive place which not many people know.

Check Availability

Tankah with food

Hour

Persons

1 Adult(s)

x

$85 USD

0 Children

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$0 USD

0 Infants

x

$0 USD

Total

$85.00 USD

What includes?

  • Access to the community.
  • Guided tour (approximately 2.5 km).
  • Lifevest.
  • Demonstration of how handicrafts and hammocks are made.
  • Typical food of the region: chicken pibil, poc-chuc (roast pork), beans from the pot, rice, mixed salad, fruit salad, fresh waters, variety of sauces (guacamole, habanero and molcajete), tortillas by hand made, Mexican coffee (with piloncillo and cinnamon).
  • Guided tour.