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.
Discover Tankah Park, a Maya village and a private natural reserve, located just outside of Tulum on this guided tour. Its five cenotes provide an array of outdoor adventures, including snorkeling, canoeing and ziplining. Explore the lagoons and canals set deep in the unspoiled Caribbean jungle. This family-friendly outing includes transport and a buffet lunch.
Visit three gems along the Riviera Maya on this sightseeing tour. View the crystal-clear waters of the Dos Ojos cenote, swim in a private cenote surrounded by jungle greenery, and kayak among mangroves on a private freshwater lagoon. Polish off your day with lunch in an authentic Mexican restaurant before getting dropped off back at your hotel.
Experience the best of the Yucatán's vast cultural and adventure offerings on this day trip from Playa del Carmen. Explore Coba—a huge stretch of Maya ruins tucked within the jungle—and climb its ancient pyramid, interact with locals at a modern-day Maya village, and enjoy a variety of activities such as canoeing, swimming in a natural sinkhole and ziplining through the forest canopy. Along the way you'll learn about native flora and even receive a blessing from a local shaman. The afternoon culminates with a traditional Maya lunch.
Sustainable and responsible tourism, experience first hand the way that the natives of these regions live for centuries have a great and fun adventure with these uniques cenotes that offer lots of adventure for the whole family. and finish with a delicious meal prepared in a slow cook way consisting of chicken and pork, salad, guacamole, rice and beans, our local guides will explain to you the importance of your visit and relevance of maintaining the Mayan culture alive
Hidden in the middle of the jungle there is a paradise, among trees of all kinds, white paths as the Mayans used to do and birds of all colors, 4 different cenotes appear that present us the opportunity to walk and enjoy the jungle of a Comfortable and very nice way. In this magical place is the largest of all the open cenotes of Tulum and the zip line that crosses it allows us to enjoy perspectives that you never imagined; the piranha cave-like cenotes The blue cenote is an oasis, surrounded by fruit trees and palm trees, an eye of water with crystal clear water and a turquoise touch invites us to know its beautiful waters with beautiful lilies and if we are observers we can find beautiful freshwater turtles.Finishing the tour prepares a traditional Mayan meal cooked with firewood, with handmade tortillas, you are not going to Find a better place to enjoy the culinary tradition of the native peoples of this land.