Cancun Combo: Chichen Itza Tour plus Isla Mujeres Dolphin Encounter or Catamaran Sail with Snorkeling
- Chichen Itza combo tour with Dolphin Encounter, Dolphin Swim or catamaran sail from Cancun
- Tour the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chichen Itza with a professional guide
- Understand the architectural significance of the Temple of the Warriors and the Pyramid of Kukulcán
- Visit the Xtoloc Cenote after a poolside buffet lunch and swim at Mayaland Resort
- Choose from three Isla Mujeres options: Interact or swim with dolphins in shallow water or sail by catamaran
- Enjoy snorkeling, a spinnaker ride and shopping (if sailing option selected)
- Complimentary pickup and drop-off
Recent Photos of This Tour
- Dolphin KissesPhoto by: Lynne C
- Nado com GolfinhosPhoto by: Márcio André L
- MonumentoPhoto by: Márcio André L
- Um dia maravilhosoPhoto by: Márcio André L
- JunglePhoto by: Lynne C
- Chichen ItzaPhoto by: Lynne C
- the famous templePhoto by: Aileen D
- View of the Waters ...Photo by: Allan C
- Con Mis Amigas en ...Photo by: Allan C
- CHichenitzaPhoto by: Livia Chavez
What You Can Expect
If you would like a more adventurous encounter, this is the option for you. After a 15-minute safety briefing by a professional trainer, you'll spend 50 minutes in the water with an amiable dolphin. Watch this wonderful marine mammal perform tricks, play games and even ‘sing’ before offering you a handshake, a hug and a kiss. You will finish off this experience with a 'Boogie Push' and a 'Belly Ride.' First, the dolphin will push you across the water as you ride on a boogie board. Then, be ready for a thrill as you swim backwards in the water while holding on to the dolphin's fins!
After your swim, enjoy the beach club (including lockers, showers, swimming pool and lounge chairs), located in a natural environment of beautiful Isla Mujeres. A lunch with non-alcoholic beverage is included.
You would think for that price and two completely different tours you could expect to be bored or feel like they are fast fooding you but NOT, by the contrary....Each day was AWESOME! It was fun and very informative. The cruise to Isla Mujeres was a total party. I loved every minute of it!!!!!!
Chichen itza was a site to definitely see, the tour guide and driver was very good. I love the option to visit the cenote for a little more. The Catamaran sail was great, snorkeling was a lots of fun. They take great care of us on the boat, lots of free drinks.
The tour guides were excellent, friendly, and very informative! We had an amazing experience at a very affordable price.
Chichen -Love it, really learned a lot and the people are really friendly. The dophin excursion - thought we were going to be just me and my friends but whatever. But the prices for the photos way to much and hard to understand what he meant.
Best service......Beautiful historic area.......Beautiful beaches.....I totally enjoyed the catamaran sailing......The personnel were great, very friendly and funny.......I will surely recommend to friends and family. ......
Will def. recommend this tour to our family and friends. It was during summer when we did the tour and we suggest you guys to bring cold water and umbrella.
Great time, our guide was great. Thank you
Definitely worth it!!
Loved the Isla Mujeres Dolphin Encounter... felt very natural being in the water with the dolphins. And the Chichen Itza Tour was good as well. Took a full day for each excursion. Very much worth it.
We did the Chichen Itza tour and Catamaran combo.
Chichen Itza- got off to a rocky start when we were asked by the transportation company to meet to be picked up at an alternate hotel than our own. We walked over and we were prompt, but the van mistakenlywent to our original hotel and was subsequently 40 minutes late to pick us up. Once this morning debacle was over, we get to Chichen Itza. They boast a cenote, which you do not get to swim in. You overlook it from above while you are eaten alive by mosquitos. The ruins are amazing and live up to expectations. Our tour guide was knowledgeable and informative. The food was great! I recommend the pork tacos with homemade freshly made tortillas with tomatillo sauce and onion, coupled with rice and beans. Also, the dessert selection had an amazing coconut pudding as well as traditional mexican desserts that are amazing. We cooled off in the hotel pool afterwards.
Catamaran sailing- we signed up for this combo because it's the only one with transportation provided. When you get there, they peddle this placebo like sunscreen which they claim is eco-friendly and biodegradable...it costs 20. The few people who bought into this burned severely hello skin cancer. I stuck with my coppertone and did not burn. They provide an open bar which is nice. There is no parasailing. You instead ride on a spinnaker which if you have enough wind, can project you about 20 feet into the air for about 30 seconds. The water was clear and breathtakingly gorgeous!!!! However, the water is too choppy to bring young children for the snorkeling component my son is 7 and we had a tough time. There was a disappointing lack of sealife diversity in the area we snorkeled. The meal provided was again very good and Isla Mujers had the clearest/cleanest beach out of both Cancun and Playa del Carmen. Again, the tour company was prompt in picking us up which was a pleasant surprise. Overall recommend this.