One of the best trips was to the Yelapa village (an old Mexican village located in the jungle, only accessible by water) on the Bloodhound yacht. There were only two other people on the ship, which usually accommodates a much bigger crowd (up to 40 people), so we got a lot of attention from the crew. The yacht is a replica of a 100-year-old racing yacht which sunk. It is made of wood and is very cool-looking. The tour (for the whole day) included breakfast, lunch, drinks, snorkeling, kayaking, and a village tour. On the way to the village, we saw killer whales, which is very unusual in the summer.