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Explore the structures of Muyil, a Maya archaeological site amid the mangroves of Sian Ka'an, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. This excursion from Tulum takes you to the former trading post along an interpretive nature trail before a boat ride to Muyil Lagoon. Then enjoy a relaxing float down the shallow canal as you drift past unique vegetation. Learn from your guide about the ecology of the area and the Maya civilization before a picnic lunch.
Have a blast while discovering the beauty of Tulum’s rain forests on this action-packed half-day tour of Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park. Zipline, snorkel, swim and more while exploring the wildlife of the Riviera Maya, all under the supervision of entertaining guides who put your safety first.
Discover the remote UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka'an on a full-day trip from Tulum. Your guide points out the protected area’s immense biodiversity, including coastal and mangrove habitat teeming with marine life. Search for elusive manatees at Boca Paila Lagoon, snorkel on the Mesoamerican reef (weather-permitting) and find nesting birds at Ascension Bay. Boat ride with lunch and free time in Punta Allen is included.
Journey to the cultural heart of the Yucatan on this combo tour of Chichen Itzá and the colonial city of Valladolid, departing from Tulum. Your knowledgeable guide offers perspective on the Maya-Toltec design as you walk past the impressively restored structures. Make a stop at a cenote where you can swim and relax. Then, continue on to Valladolid, to have a walk in the city center and enjoy a delicious lunch.
Home to mangrove mazes, open cenotes, and a dynamic array of marine life, the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is a nature-lovers paradise. You can explore the UNESCO-listed site from both above and below the surface on a tour that combines kayaking and snorkeling—ensuring you don’t miss any of the highlights. The trip is complete with snacks, a local meal, and transportation so you don’t have to worry about added costs.
Combine snorkeling in the Caribbean Sea with a cenote swim adventure on this half-day our from Tulum. Then descend underground to a sacred cenote where you can swim past limestone formations. This combo adventure tour of the Yucatan Peninsula includes lunch and round-trip hotel transport.
Travel inland from Tulum on a full-day tour of Coba and Punta Laguna Nature Reserve. Go ziplining and take a jungle hike, then ride in a canoe on the clear lagoon during an eco-tour at the Maya community. Then follow your guide on foot past the ruins of Coba and learn about this former Maya settlement of the Yucatán Peninsula, built during the Classic period. Climb up Nohoch Mul and hop on a bike to explore. Lunch and round-trip hotel transport included.
The ancient archaeological site of Chichen Itza is one of the New 7 Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enhance your experience of Mexico’s iconic landmark on a day trip from Tulum, which includes lunch and a cenote visit. Plunge into the refreshing waters of Cenote Saamal, capture photographs of Chichen Itza highlights including the Kukulkan Pyramid, and feast on a buffet lunch inspired by Mexican classics. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Tulum are included.
Tulum is home to dozens of beautiful cenotes and caverns, many of which provide excellent diving experiences. Embark on two dives at different locations on this 5-hour guided tour. Transport, equipment and snacks are all included, making this day hassle-free. Enjoy personalized attention on this small-group tour limited to just 4 divers. Note: You must show a diving certification to participate in this outing.
Learn about the flavors and ingredients of Aztec, Mayan and Mexican cuisine on this intimate tour in a local’s home. Under the tutelage of your host, prepare a 3-course meal—soup, main, and dessert—along with homemade salsa and tortillas. You’ll also sample and learn the proper way to taste mezcal. Afterward, share the meal you’ve prepared with your hosts and new amigos.
Snorkel at three gorgeous sites in Tulum — Casa Cenote, Tulum Bay and Cenotes Saac Actum — on this guided tour. Marvel at the schools of colorful fish at Casa Cenote, swim along the reef at Tulum bay and enjoy the underground network of the Saac Actum cenotes. Discover three different ecosystems, making this family-friendly outing the perfect snorkeling adventure.
The Riviera Maya has some of the most fascinating ruins and beautiful beaches in Mexico. Visit Tulum beaches and the ancient Maya city of Coba in privacy and comfort while avoiding tourist crowds. Tour Coba on a bike or “Mayan Limousine” before the crowds arrive, swim in a cenote nearby, and then explore Tulum with a boat ride along the coast. Plus, the tour includes a lakeside lunch after the Coba visit.
Free-dive, snorkel, and cliff-jump at three different cenotes on this guided tour from Tulum. Admire the mangroves of Casa Cenote, before moving on to explore the caverns and rock formations of Grand Cenote. The Temple of Doom cenote dares you to pencil-drop 10 feet from a roof opening into the freshwater below. Or, simply climb down the ladder. Safety briefings, equipment and transport from Tulum are provided.
Uncover the mysteries of ancient Mayan culture on a fascinating full-day sightseeing tour of Chichen Itza from Riviera Maya. Discover one of the world’s most prominent archeological sites as you explore Chichen Itza’s awe-inspiring pyramids and sacred temples alongside a knowledgeable guide. Peruse stalls selling artisan souvenirs during your relaxed free time in the ancient park. Enjoy refreshing drinks, light snacks and a delicious lunch throughout your exciting excursion.
Try out scuba diving during your time in Mexico with a half-day introductory course in Tulum. Find out if the popular water sport is right for you with a package that consists of a 15-minute class, a 15-minute practice session, and one dive in a cenote. Have the option to upgrade to include a second dive in the ocean if you like.
Check off multiple thrilling adventure activities in one tour with admission to the Jungle Maya Park. Wander through the jungle, fly through the treetops on a zipline, rappel into a cenote, and swim and snorkel in an underground river. All necessary equipment and instruction is provided at the park.
Diving in a cenote is like floating in another universe. It’s like evolving on a turquoise planet full of sacred history. The cathedral like stalactites and stalagmites that dive deep in the clear, crystal waters are like masterpieces!
Deep cenote diving is accessible starting with
level 2, Advanced or Open Water divers with deep certification).
You will dive in caverns with all the specific diving material provided(lights, 5 mm wetsuits...) Tours are given respecting the highest levels of security with ample space, always close to one of the exits and numerous air holes. You will have permanent visual contact with natural light. A show and emotions are guaranteed!
Depending on the cenotes visited, you can observe millions of limestone formations, fossils, prehistoric bone formations, native animal species and the halocline. One of the best diving tours in the world…exclusively in Tulum with La Calypso.
A great tour for both snorkelers and certified scuba divers, this adventure takes you to two of the area’s most beautiful and unique cenotes. First up: Casa Cenote, which is home to home to blue crabs, tarpon fish, barracudas, snapper, and other marine life. The location feels like an underwater jungle due to the abundance of mangrove trees and lush vegetation. Then, it’s on to Dos Ojos, twin cenotes that take their moniker from the Spanish words for “two eyes.” Enjoy a light lunch and reminisce about your exciting diving and snorkeling adventures before heading back to Tulum.
Spend a full day exploring the highlights of the Riviera Maya on a small-group tour that takes you to Coba, Cenote Choj Ha, Tulum, and Paradise Beach. Take a refreshing swim in the fresh waters of Choj Ha Cenote; learn about the history and archaeology of Tulum; and relax on the sands of Paradise Beach or splash in the Caribbean Sea near the ruins of Tulum. Your guide shares commentary about the Yucatan region with your small group, which is limited to no more than 15 participants.
Explore the clear waters of Casa Cenote while snorkeling and standup paddleboarding on a half-day tour from Tulum. Beat the crowds with an early start, and enjoy calm conditions for paddling and snorkeling in warm waters. Your guide tailors the tour to your interests, and provides all necessary snorkel and paddleboard gear. Lunch at a favorite local restaurant is included.
This guided tour of Tulum and Coba includes everything you need to ensure a pleasant experience at the UNESCO-listed Mayan ruins. Entrance fees are paid, private transportation is booked, and a beachside lunch is reserved. This tour isn’t overwhelming, though—explore Tulum on your own and experience Coba by bicycle or bike taxi, your choice.
If you’ve got an appetite for adventure, then this exhilarating excursion to the Coba and Punta Laguna Nature Reserve is perfect for you. Family-friendly and suitable for all ages, this tour combines Mayan history with cycling, kayaking, ziplining, rappelling, and swimming in a cenote. Climb Nohoch Mul, the highest pyramid in Mexico’s Mayan kingdom, and observe a purification ceremony performed by a Mayan priest. Lunch and hotel pickup and drop-off in Tulum are included on this small-group tour, limited to eight people.
Dive three cenotes—Casa Cenote and both “eyes” at Dos Ojos—on this day tour with a top-rated local dive company. You must already have open water certification (or above) and have been diving within the past year. The tour includes all equipment including tanks, weights, BCDs, regulators, wetsuits, mask and fins, as well as transportation from the dive shop, snacks, water, lunch, towels, and a certified PADI instructor.