- Tour the fascinating archaeological site of Tulum with an expert guide
- Explore the jungle in Tankah Park
- Zoom over a cenote by zipline on an aerial adventure
- Kayak and swim in a lovely open-air cenote
- Visit a Mayan village to learn about contemporary customs
- Buffet lunch, entrance fees and round-trip transportation included
Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour
A little bit of history and a whole lot of adventure! Explore the jungle, go ziplining and kayak in a cenote. The authentic lunch is a treat!
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What You Can Expect
Perched on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea, the site boats significant archaeological ruins that tell the tale of how the city was an important port for the Mayan empire during the 13th-15th centuries. Tour the site with a guide for 1.5 hours before spending some time exploring on your own. The Tulum ruins entrance fee is included in your tour.
Travel 20 minutes to Tankah Park, where you'll enjoy water and fruit before setting out to explore the grounds. Follow your tour guide on a jungle trek along a dirt road to Cenote Piraña and Cenote Cueva, where you can zipline or jump into the rejuvenating waters.
Cross the largest cenote in the Mayan Riviera by ziplining at a height of 690 feet (210 meters) through the jungle. Cool off with a dip in the open-air cenote, then board a kayak to paddle across this unique body of water.
Dig in to a regional buffet lunch that includes tropical fruit and handmade tortillas. After lunch, visit a contemporary Mayan village in the rainforest nearby. Learn about their way of life and their cultural traditions from your guide.
End your full-day adventure with drop-off at your hotel.
I had a wonderful time. Our guide was very engaging and had a wealth of knowledge about the Mayan Ruins, culture, and surrounding cenotes. The meal prepared by the Mayan family was amazing!
The ruins history was interesting and the guide knowledgeable and personable. The real pleasure of the afternoon was the visit to Tankah. It was exciting to jump off of the rock platform and the zipline into the water. The long ziplines were fun and even my more timid ten year old managed to do without being scared. It felt remote and less touristy. The food served at the end was delicious and plentiful in a cool and relaxing setting. Highly recommend this tour. Guide was Duelo.
Wonder tour with a wonderful, polite, and very knowledgable tourguide.
It was really hot to go to Tulum in the afternoon so I would suggest going in the morning but WOW our tour guide was great and Tankah Park was incredible! We swam in beautiful cenotes and ate the most incredible freshly prepared and delicious traditional Mayan food I've ever had or will have in my life! It's been a week and I'm still craving it!
Excellent!! Vary good value for the cost. We had a great time and the lunch was very good.
These two tours are great combo. First you visit Tulum were you get to see a great archeological park with one incredible view. After a walk you visit Tankah park. There you can relax or take park of all activity which I totally recommend. Adventure and a good feast awaits...
Our guide, Delio took us to the Tankah park where we experienced the real jungle with the Jeep. Then we walked to the beautiful cenote for the zip lining, kayaking and swimming. The Mayan lunch at the village was amazing.Tulum was very hot, but guide took care of us with umbrella and water.
Miguel did a great job as our tour guide. Well worth the price. The experiences were terrific and the food was delicious!
Even though it rained the entire first portion of the trip, it was amazing. My favorite part was the Tankah Eco-Adventure tour. Swimming in the cove was absolutely amazing and beautiful. Lunch was awesome too!
Lovely trip. Long day. All services were well-planned and delivered. The food was good at the village.
I might have enjoyed more time visiting the village rather than the long walk to the 4-5 different cenotes.