Jaguar Truck Mayan Adventure Expedition

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Jaguar Truck Mayan Adventure Expedition, live a unique experience on this fantastic adventure created for those lovers of the outdoor world.

You will depart from the pier on board the “Jaguar Truck” stocked with all the facilities and the equipment to make tour experience an amazing one. Mount a tandem bicycle and ride along the salt marshes and sea birds nesting sites. Arrive at Xcambo Mayan Ruins and learn about the Mayan Culture and its history. Hop on back to the “Jaguar truck” and travel to your next destination a pleasant and calm saltwater lagoon which is the perfect place to practice your following activity: the stand up paddleboard.

Your guide will provide all the assistance and instruction you need to safety enjoy the ride. When you are ready to relax you´ll be taken to local secluded beach where your guides will set up a camp for you.

Enjoy a Picnic lunch, swim in the ocean or just taken relaxing time before heading back to your ship.

The Jaguar truck Mayan Expedition includes:

Round trip transportation. Use of tanden bike, Helmet & Bandanas- Paddle Board-Picnic Lunch, Water and ice tea.

What to bring

Sun protection-Swimming suit.change of cloths.


Minimum participation age is 8 years child under 18 years most be accompanied by an adult-Maximum weight limit 320 pounds-Pregnant women not Allowed-Guest with back and neck injuries, Asthma,Epilepsy not allowed.

Ask your shore Excursion Team for more information on this tour.







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7 comments on “Jaguar Truck Mayan Adventure Expedition
  1. Terry Tomlinson says:

    I would like to reserve tour for one on Dec. 2, 2013.

  2. Dawn Hope says:

    This tour was a great experience! Just enough biking and hiking for even those who aren’t in perfect physical shape, and learning to paddle board is fun for anyone who goes! The guides are very informative and fun! Benjamin’s Spanish lunch was incredible also! This tour is a must when doing an excursion in Progresso, MX

  3. Judy Haroldsen says:

    Oh the date would be the 20th of Feb. 2014

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