This was by far our favorite port and, being the first, set the bar very high for the remaining three. We booked a tour through Native Choice where we could tour the ruins and then visit a Mayan village for lunch. However, on the way to the ruins our tour guide Israel mentioned that another group was going to a private lagoon afterwards and he convinced us to switch to that tour instead for the same price. The trip to the ruins was very enjoyable and enlightening. Guides Israel and Ivan were so knowledgeable, and it turns out that Ivan's family actually discovered the ruins! We spent just the right amount of time there to learn a lot and get great pictures without getting hot and bored. Then it was off to the lagoon. Thirty minutes down a very rough dirt road, we were getting skeptical that we were just being taken to a big mud puddle. All of a sudden the road opened up to the most beautiful place I had ever seen. I can't describe how amazing this place was, and I don't want to give away too much for people who may choose this tour. We ate fajitas, drank margaritas, did a little kayaking, and just relaxed and enjoyed the seclusion with our group of about 10 people. We would have actually been content spending the remainder of our trip there! I STRONGLY recommend this tour to anyone visiting Costa Maya.