Where to go at Bacalar
The Tourist Guide of Bacalar
Bacalar or Laguna de los Siete Colores keeps natural secrets and attractions with a unique beauty, such as the Cenote Azul, where you can swim, snorkel, dive or take quiet kayak rides, but we must also highlight the famous Route of the Pirates or the Fort of San Felipe. On the shore of the lagoon you will find natural spas where you can relax on your hammocks or swings and watch beautiful sunsets. This charming Magic Town offers hotels and restaurants that will make your vacation a natural experience.
Laguna de los siete colores | Bacalar
Museum of Fort San Felipe Bacalar
To avoid the constant looting by English, French, Dutch, Eastern, White and African pirates, this fort is built at the beginning of the 18th century. Later it became military barracks and finally opens its doors as a museum. In addition to the imposing construction, you can admire different pieces from the Mayan culture and colonial times. From the fort you can see the Laguna de Bacalar, the passage of pirates.
Cenote Azul (Blue Sinkhole)
Any diver visiting the area will not leave without shop around for the Cenote Azul. Even those who do not practice the sport will marvel at its beauty. Located on one side of Laguna Bacalar is an open cenote and each visit will offer a new discovery. Whatever your diving experience, there is an adventure that will suit your level so do not forget to visit one of the most beautiful places in the state.
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Cuisine Mexican and Vegan Breackfast
On 22nd Street, in the heart of the town of Bacalar, El Manatí is located. A different option, with two proposals for breakfasts, typical Mexican and ...
Tours in Bacalar
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