Bacalar

18 Jan 2019 - 19 Jan 2019

2 guests - 1 room

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What are travellers saying about Bacalar?

9.8
Outdoor Enthusiasts
8.0
Backpackers
7.0
Green Travellers
7.0
Adventure Travellers
6.0
Family Travellers
Member reviews (10)
Baxter Jackson
Baxter JacksonNizwa
06/01/2017

La Laguna de Siete Colores is just that - a lagoon of seven colors of blue mixed together as only Mother Nature can do - simply stunning. The town itself is practically undeveloped, just a few little guest houses here and there, and that's part of its charm - a rare Mexican beauty that hasn't even realized just how gorgeous she is.

Zora O'Neill
Zora O'NeillNew YORK!
23/10/2013

This is one of the strange treats of the Yucatan, and hardly anyone goes there because most people head straight to the Caribbean beaches. This lake is inland just a little bit, and if you drive by and see it from the highway, you think you're seeing the sea--it's so crystal-clear and blue-green. But it's freshwater, and a haven for lots of interesting wildlife. There's a little bit of a post-Tulum hippie scene in the main village on the lake, but most of the tourists here are Mexican--it's a weekend hangout for people who live in Chetumal, down the highway. So you get beautiful water and a very local vibe.

Eric Fullerton
Eric FullertonAspen
06/01/2017

We Loved Laguna Bacalar. It is far enough south that most tourists don't venture in so you need to be brushed up on your spanish. Although there is a contingent of ex-pats that call this place their second come. If possible check out Siete Colores a "lagoon" that literally (some say magically) changes colors through out the day with multiple shades of blues and greens...really stunning.

Angélica Silva
Angélica SilvaMexico City
31/05/2018

Conocida también como “Laguna de siete colores”, Bacalar es un lugar lleno de historias mayas, colonización y piratas. Es un pueblo pequeño comparado con cualquier otro de Quintana Roo, pero ni siquiera querrás salirte de la laguna de aguas tibias ni dejar de contemplar la flora y fauna alucinantes. Te recomiendo realizar actividades eco-turísticas como kayak y paddleboarding, pues la tranquila agua dulce se presta para relajarte y, al mismo tiempo, ejercitarte. Te recomiendo estar 3 días, máximo 5, en este espectacular lugar donde, dicen, vino Dios a descansar después de crear al mundo.

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