Tres Palos Lagoon, Boat Ride Tour with Lunch from Acapulco
On arrival at the lagoon, you will board a typical motorboat for a cruise of no less than one hour through the lagoon. This sanctuary is home to many species of exotic birds. You will see mangrove tunnels, virgin lagoons and a natural garden of wild flowers during the cruise. This is a rare opportunity to explore this type of tropical nature preserve. Begin your tour admiring the mango trees, the coconut and palm groves as well as the delicate water hyacinths floating along the shores. There is a bird sanctuary that is home to gray and white herons, pelicans, marabous, storks and more.
After the lagoon ride you will go for lunch where you will savor the internationally renowned "Pescado a la Talla", Charcoal Chicken or Mexican Cuisine, (the pescado a la talla has become a must for the Mexican tourist that visit Acapulco). After lunch you can walk along the lagoon side or going to the ocean beach which is within a walking distance.
- Bottled water
- Lunch: Fish, Chicken or Mexican Cuisine
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
Our tour guide Roger was an amazing guide and very knowledgeable. He picked us up early for the tour, which is rare for most tour companies. Then he drove us to Tres Palos Lagoon where we boarded a small boat. The captain drove us around stopping at different places where Roger would explain different things to us. He knew so much about the birds and plants in the area. It was a great trip. This was a great boat ride. We never felt unsafe. Then after the boat ride we stopped to eat lunch at this amazing restaurant called La Granja. It was a beautiful place and the food was delicious. After that we drove back to our hotel. We will definitely use this tour company again. They were great!
We as a couple enjoyed the trip. We enjoyed the experience of getting to hold a baby turtle and then release it into the ocean. These program helps to save many turtle. our guides we very informative and explained how the reserve help to insure that the baby turtle has a better chance to survive. The lunch was excellent and homemade by his wife in their own restaurant.