Following morning pickup at your Cancun hotel, travel to Tulum, one of the best-preserved coastal Mayan ruins.
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 and then enjoy free time to explore on your own.
Then travel 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 rain forest 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.