Time: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm
The world’s only jaguar preserve is a superb place for birding, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Hiking trails are well marked and range from easy to more challenging, and it’s possible to see howler monkeys, agouyi brocket deer, and peccary. The 128,000 acre wildlife sanctuary is a jaguar hotspot and provides a critical habitat for an estimated 80 jaguars. Take a picnic lunch, float down the river in an inner tube, and then cool off under refreshing waterfalls.
Combine a visit to the Jaguar Preserve with a stop at the fascinating Maya Museum where you will learn about ancient and contemporary Maya culture. Your Maya hosts will show you how to make corn tortillas and how they grow shade coffee and cacao. Your trip to the Maya Museum at the entrance to the Jaguar Preserve can also be combined with a night walk in the preserve. Please inquire for details and pricing.