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Private Coba, Cenote, Virgin Lagoon & Monkey Sanctuary Photography Tour

by Bushman Photography
per traveler Price is $210
*Pricing based on group of 8 travelers
Duration: {0} Duration: 11h Free Cancellation Free Cancellation No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required) E-voucher (printout not required) Offered in: English Offered in: English

Highlights

Every aspect of the Mayan Culture only with your chosen ones

Enjoy the Mexican Cuisine of the luxury resort Coqui Coqui

Stops at ruins of Coba, a cool cenote & a monkey sanctuary

Get intimate with a Mayan family and help them grow happier

Great tips on shooting architecture & landscapes from guide

Highlights

Every aspect of the Mayan Culture only with your chosen ones

Enjoy the Mexican Cuisine of the luxury resort Coqui Coqui

Stops at ruins of Coba, a cool cenote & a monkey sanctuary

Get intimate with a Mayan family and help them grow happier

Great tips on shooting architecture & landscapes from guide

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9:00 AM, Private Coba, Cenote, Virgin Lagoon & Monkey Sanctuary Photography Tour in English, includes Food and Drinks

Duration 11h No booking or credit card fees

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per traveler
$310

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Private Coba, Cenote, Virgin Lagoon & Monkey Sanctuary Photography Tour

Activity Location

Multiple Locations Visited

Coba

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel Pickup

    Cancún


Description

If you are looking for an experience of understanding what is the real Mexico about. Immerse in the intimacy of a Mayan Village, explore snorkeling the most beautiful underground rivers, climb to the top at the tallest Mayan Ruin, hike through the jungle in search for monkey spiders and finish your day with a picnic with the best sunset in a virgin lagoon. This may be your choice…

Pack up your camera gear and hit the road with your Private Naturist Guide, making your way to a Cenote for photos and a snorkel. After enjoying the cool freshwater of this underground river, continue on to the jungle-blanketed ruins of Coba. Pick up tips from your guide on perspective and shooting shadows and textures, and then capture the view from the very top of the pyramid after clambering up its ancient stone steps.

From there, head to the elegant grounds of the Coqui Coqui Residence & Spa, a Luxurious hideaway that's the perfect spot for a lunch of modern Mexican cuisine. Then, shift your focus to portrait photography during a visit to a Maya village, where you're welcomed into a family's home to learn about their history. At a monkey sanctuary, keep your finger poised to snap quick shots of spider monkeys in the wild, and then end your day over a glass of wine as you watch the sunset.


Inclusions

  • Private guided photography tour of Coba and the surrounding area

  • Receive your own Canon DSLR camera with 2 lenses

  • Admission fees

  • Snorkeling gear, flashlight, and life jacket

  • Premium lunch and sunset cheese and wine picnic

  • Private SUV transportation to and from your Cancun or Riviera Maya hotel

  • A Photo Shoot of your adventure


Know Before You Book

  • Children 5 and younger are not allowed.

  • You must be able to walk on unpaved or uneven terrain.

  • Maximum private group size is 8 people.

  • You must contact Bushman Staff immediately after booking to arrange transportation. Send an email to info@bushmanphoto.com Or you can write us via WhatsApp (+521 984 169 22 92)

  • Please talk to your concierge about our scheduled pick up. (sometimes security in the hotels will ask for your permission prior to our entrance)


Private Coba, Cenote, Virgin Lagoon & Monkey Sanctuary Photography Tour ratings based on 1 Verified Review

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5 out of 5

Dec 2, 2017

This was THE BEST decision we ever made to join Bushman Photography on this exceptional adventure. I highly recommend this to anyone who would like to learn, experience and visit the parts of Mexico in a private and fascinating way. We could not have been happier with our decision.