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Boca de Yuma

Includes: Pick up and drop off at your resort in

Modern Air-conditioned Vehicles,

 

Complimentary Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks,  Entry Fees 

 

Lunch available from made to order menu

(avg $10 - 20 per person CASH ONLY)

Tour Duration Approx 9am-6pm

Uvero Alto add 30 minutes

Shared
Adults:        $125.usd  
Kids 3-12:   $125.usd  


Private Couple*
 *April 15th to Nov 15th
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$169usd per person 
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Tour Highlights

*Visit to the Barrio and the small local school with social interaction within the school and community.

 

*Explore the world of Cigars, Chocolate, Coffee, Rum and Dominican jewelry. Shopping Opportunity.

 

*Lunch (optional) at a beautiful seaside restaurant overlooking Yuma Bay.

*Take a swim in a cenote (conditions permitting) or in a saltwater swimming pool

 

*Visit a local cave, featuring historical Taino petroglyphs.

 

*A boat ride up the Yuma River and conditions permitting, out to the rugged shoreline.

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If your desire is a historical, photographic and nature-based tour, Boca de Yuma is the tour for you! Yuma was the first Spanish outpost in the east of the island, originally a Taino community.

 

The first part of our tour includes a visit to the barrio and school as well as cigars chocolate and rum, as outlined at the beginning of the Munchies in Macao tour outline.

 

Back in the vehicle, it is time for our journey through the countryside to Boca de Yuma. Along the way we will discuss the topography and geology of the region, passing through rugged scrub lands that gradually give way to marginal farmland and cane fields. Country living here is basic at best and simply survival at its worst. We will witness it all. 

 

Arriving in Boca de Yuma, our first stop is lunch! 

 

Perhaps the best meal you will have during your stay at the resort! Perched on a coral cliff overlooking Yuma Bay, the food here is very fresh (seafood-pasta-pizza) and there is an extensive number of plates to choose from.

During our lunch break you have a chance (conditions permitting), to swim in a local cenote, filled with Caribbean saltwater. If the cenote looks a bit too much for you, the restaurant boasts a saltwater swimming pool to cool off in!

 

Yuma is rich in history and we will take the time to discover some of what others left behind 1000's of years ago and up until the 17 and 1800's. A visit to a local cave allows us to explore the artwork of the inhabitants (Tainos) who called this island home, long before European occupation. Geologically stunning, this cave has some secrets we will reveal!!!

 

The Yuma River has for many years, been the safe haven of sailors...both good and bad and in between! We will board a small boat and head up and downstream observing the natural surroundings as well as memories from centuries past! Weather conditions permitting, a short ride out to sea is in order as well! 

 

Those into history and photography are recommended for this day!

 

Please note that I do not recommend this tour for children under 6 years old, nor for those who have mobility issues, heart issues, or breathing issues, due to some steep climbs.

 

Proper footwear is required.

School is open year round but classes break for summer and other seasonal holidays and special days.

Tours run Monday through Friday and all are based on availability at the time of booking.

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