Tulum & Cenote Day Trip
About Tulum and Cenote Day Trip
Discover the Mayan ruins with Tulum and Cenote day trip, in a picturesque ancient city perched on cliffs overlooking the turquoise Caribbean sea. You will complement your adventure with an exciting swim in the exotic Xunaan-Ha cenote, hidden deep in the jungle of the Mexican Caribbean.
Tulum Mayan Ruins
The Archaeological Zone of Tulum is one of the main places of historical interest in Mexico. We will take a complete walking tour with your expert bilingual guide, delving into the history and traditions of the Mayan civilization. You will have free time to take some unique photos and you can descend to the cliff of the exclusive beach for a swim in the Caribbean.
The next stop is the picturesque Xunaan-Ha Cenote, a green sinkhole in the middle of the jungle. Take your time to play, jump off the cliffs, or zipline and swim in its cool waters. The epic selfies must be present.
Duration: 8 hours
Tulum and Cenote day trip Includes:
- Roundtrip Transportation (Check availability at your hotel)
- Admission to Tulum
- Bilingual Guide
- Cenote conservation fee ($ 19 usd per person)
- Meals and beverages
Undoubtedly one of the best cancun adventures to visit Mayan ruins on a tour like this, we tried to do other activities on our own and it was complicated. This tour provided us with everything, from transportation, food, and tickets to the archaeological zone. Grateful for the treatment received.
We thought it would be a boring visit that my parents wanted to do in the Mayan ruins, but our opinion totally changed when we saw the beach and the cliff, something really beautiful, we took excellent pictures and had a great time, the visit to the cenote was good although the food was not the best. Thank you for the good attention and the recommendation Tulum and cenote tour.
We thought that they would not come to pick us up due to a traffic problem in the hotel’s zone of cancun, but they helped us solve the problem, they are one of the best tour companies in Cancun, and thanks to them we were able to take the tour to the Mayan ruins and the cenote. Forever grateful.