Slightly hidden past the Jungle Train depot lies another fascinating alternative to reach the River's starting point, the bicycle trail through the Land of Huh. About a kilometer in length, a healthy pace should travel the route in ten to fifteen minutes. However, a slower pace is encouraged. Feeding troughs are placed in the jungle, only a few paces from the bicycle path, and a zoological enthusiast with patience and quietness can be enormously rewarded. Coatis, porcupines, and tzereques approach the path (sometimes shyly, sometimes not) to feed, and may surprise even the hastiest of cyclists.
There are bicycles available for adults and children, with adjustable seats, fishnet bags for personal belongings, and pedal breaks (important!). These require no rental fee, and can be taken to travel either from the depot to the River, or vice versa.