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It was the best trip at lake Bacalar and small family resort at hidden Lagoon of Bacalar. Nice and clean cabanas with fan and AC with family friendly restaurant at resort offering the fresh and local food. Very nice starting point for kayaking into the...More
Had the most amazing experience here at the Bacalar Lagoon Resort went to my brothers wedding early February and had an exceptional stay the staff are super friendly and the place is impeccable owner is the most friendly man I highly recommend this relaxing getaway.
We visited this resort for the afternoon as part of a tour, it is a hidden gem, very peaceful and beautiful. I would like to come back another time to spend more time here. We had a nice lunch of authentic Mexican tacos and pina...More
Everything about this place is insanely gorgeous. The location, the cabins, and the landscaping. Definitely a relaxing getaway for sure. Food was good and owner is very friendly, great service all around.
Bacalar lagoon resort is amazing, it is a getaway from the hustle and bustle of modern lifestyle and a great place if what you want from your vacation is to relax, bring a good book and sit on a lounge chair or hammock hanging over...More
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We walked (along with others who were obviously going to the same place for a variety of tours) about 2-3 blocks to the Native Tours office. They provided a bus and tour guide to the ruins (very interesting) and then took... More
We walked (along with others who were obviously going to the same place for a variety of tours) about 2-3 blocks to the Native Tours office. They provided a bus and tour guide to the ruins (very interesting) and then took us by a specially built vehicle (see below) for a delicious lunch and lovely afternoon at Bacalar. The trip back to the ship was only about 45 min. as I recall. We would advise not to rent a car and try it on your own because the access road to the resort is very long and extremely rough - you could tear up a rental vehicle, even a high clearance one. Get in touch w/ Native Tours or the resort itself.