Explore some of the history of the Yucatan area on this day trip from Merida to Hacienda Yaxcopoil and the Mayan city of Uxmal. You'll learn about the regional importance of the farm before continuing to a different period of Mexican history as you admire Uxmal's archaeological ruins. Plus, stop by Cenote Peba for a swim. This tour allows you to avoid the hassle of finding your own way to these locations so you can relax and enjoy a pre-planned day.
Discover a biosphere reserve that shelters a thriving population of migratory birds on a full-day trip to Celestún from Mérida with an experienced guide. Enjoy the day at a relaxed pace, with plenty of time to visit local restaurants, beach-side bars and the town square. Soak up the sun on the beach and take in views of the Gulf of Mexico. Watch for wildlife on a scenic sunset boat ride along the coast, then pause for dinner in a nearby restaurant before returning to Mérida.
Enjoy with us the Celestun charm, traveling into a great adventure through the mangroves channels, covered with trees foliage and lulled by the sound of the birds. Enjoy the view of hundreds of pink birds take flight filling and framed the sky with pink tones offering an incredibly pink spectacle. At least five thousand of flamingos are seeing in Calestun daily.
You can appreciate the spectacular Yucatan's environment from the boats. Finish the tour you going to enjoy a delicious seafood lunch in front of the beautiful Celestun beach.
Finish the tour you going to enjoy a delicious seafood lunch in front of the beautiful Celestun beach.
On this day trip from Merida. explore several centoes with a local tour guide. The first cenote Poolcocom, has a partially covered cave and easy access to the cool, clear water beneath. The newt two, Cascabel, Chacksikin, are best known for their stalactites and stalagmites. You will also visit the Mayan town of Acanceh and have lunch at a nearby restaurant.
Combine visits to three cenotes on this full-day tour from Merida. Explore and swim in the Cascabel, Chaksikin, and Xoch cenotes, learning how they were formed and their significance in the community as you travel. Lunch at a local restaurant and round-trip transportation from Merida accommodations are included.
Discover the Mayan monuments of Uxmal, one of Mexico’s best-preserved archeological sites, on a full-day day trip from Merida. Ideal for lovers of history and culture, this excursion combines a guided tour of Uxmal’s mighty pyramids and ballcourts with a self-drive tour in a 4x4 Land Rover Defender.
Take the stress out of planning on this two-day tour of the Yucatan Peninsula and Visit Chichen Itza and enjoy a guided tour of this significant archaeological site and learn about the ancient civilization that used to inhabit the land. and cool off in a crystaline cenote. Also, travel to Merida, the capital city of the Yucatan state, Day Two a stop at Yaxcopoil Hacienda and guided visit of Uxmal a classic Mayan site
Escape the city and discover a world of subterranean sinkholes on a private tour of Los 7 Cenotes. On arrival, you’ll embark on a bike tour of the geological area, home to seven limestone sinkholes of different depths. Snorkel, swim, and splash in the natural pools, biking between each before you enjoy a traditional Mexican lunch. Water and coffee throughout the day are included.
Spend the day communing with nature at Celestun National Park. After pickup at your hotel, drive 60 miles (96 kilometers) to the park, where you will board a boat and cruise through the mangrove forests to the Island of Birds. The stars of the park are the pink flamingos, but it's also home to white-tail deer, armadillos, crocodiles, ocelots, wild turkeys, ducks, and many more species of animals. Enjoy a buffet lunch before heading back to Merida.
Spend the day relaxing at a beautifully-restored Mexican hacienda. Travel back in time to the 19th century, learning about the production of the henequen agave from plant to fiber. The hacienda doubles as a hotel with lush gardens, a restaurant, and every amenity you can think of. Swim in the hacienda's private cenote and enjoy a traditional Yucatan lunch before returning to Merida.
Visit the colonial city of Valladolid, with its 16-century buildings and religious architecture including the Convent of San Bernardino of Siena and the Baroque-style San Gervasio Cathedral. The tour leaves time to explore the city—a blend of Mayan history and contemporary society— on your own. After lunch (included), visit a cenote, and tour Izamal, the ruins of a Mayan pilgrimage site.
Combine two outings in one convenient day trip. On this exclusive tour just for your party, visit Cenotes Santa Barbara, where you will see the difference between three kinds of cenotes: open, semi-open, and closed. Take a dip in these refreshing waters, which is a uniquely Yucatan experience. Afterward, your guide will take you through the village and explain the cultural and historical highlights. Enjoy lunch on your own before heading back to Merida.
Take a day trip to see the flamingoes of Celestun National Park. A private driver brings you from Merida to Celestun National Park, where you will enjoy a relaxing and educational boat ride through the mangroves and sandbars inside the nature preserve. In addition to the flamingoes the park is famous for, look for pelicans, herons, albatrosses, flamingos and other species. Enjoy a buffet lunch at a local restaurant and take a quick swim before heading back to Merida.
Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the Yucatan on this tour to Reserva Ecologica El Corchito in Progreso. At this ecological reserve just north of Merida, you'll visit up to three cenotes and discover the lush environment that surrounds them. Choose the cenote that suits you: Cenote Helechos, ideal for children or those who only want to wade in shallow water, or Cenote Venado (Deer Cenote) or Cenote Pajaros (Bird Cenote), which are deeper so you can go swimming.
Explore some of the Yucatan’s historic hacienda and cool off in a cenote on this all-day guided excursion. After convenient hotel pickup, head to two mansions and learn about their history on the peninsula from an informative local guide. Then, head to two natural sinkholes and relax in their magical waters before savoring a delicious meal of traditional Yucatecan cuisine.
Discover Río Lagartos and Las Coloradas, virgin beaches characterized by the diversity of flora and fauna and for their beautiful landscapes considered as part of the main tourist attractions in Yucatan.
Two attractions you cannot miss in Yucatan are cenotes and haciendas. Cenotes are a unique natural feature of the Yucatan Peninsula, while the estates (Haciendas) showcase the luxury and very particular history of our region. In this trip we combine both
One of the most unique landscapes in Mexico, Rio Lagartas is a tropical paradise. Board a boat for an on-the-water exploration of this picturesque nature preserve. Observe animals in their natural habitat, see flocks of pink flamingoes that call the area home, and view the famous pink salt mines of Las Coloradas. The tour includes lunch and you can also try out an ancient Mayan mud bath ritual.
Ghost Town ATV Adventure!
Join us on this new adventure with the same quality and safety that you already know without getting far from the ship. Get your self on a ride into the Yucatán forest and feel the breeze of pure air. Visit an abandoned village from the 19th century. Relax and have some refreshing drinks and all you favorite classic Mexican food at a beach resort with an open bar aside the pool and all you can eat buffet. This tour is perfect for every adventorous soul.
We suggest you during the tour the nearby places you can visit and you decide what you visit and the time in each of them, explaining what each place consists of and what you can find. We accompany you during the tour to make it easier for you to access the places you decide to visit
The Yucatan coast is unique for its ecology, history and many other attractions. Dzibilchaltun is one of our region’s most special archeological sites, (with a Museum and cenote where is possible to swim) and watching the sunset while kayaking in Chuburna Port is a magical experience.
The bow was probably invented for use in hunting and was later adopted as an instrument of war. It was one of the first artillery samples. The arches finally ended up replacing the atlatl as the predominant projectile launching system.
Experience the magical waters of Homun on this all-day guided adventure. After a convenient hotel pickup, enjoy access to a bicycle, a truck, and other gear for a fun-filled day at this legendary cenote on the Yucatan Peninsula. Savor a complimentary lunch, learn about the region from an informative local guide, and take a refreshing swim in the brilliant blue waters of three sinkholes.
Explore the hill country of southern Yucatan and northern Campeche on this all-day group tour. After convenient hotel pick-up, set off on a journey through the Puuc (Mayan for ‘hill’) route. Experience the lush jungle vegetation and learn about the region’s Mayan archaeological sites from a bilingual guide. Visit the Loltun caves and the ruins of Sayil, Labna, and Xlapak on this enriching excursion.