As ruínas de Tulum estão entre os mais visitados locais maias na Península de Yucatan, mas sempre com muitos visitantes. Este combo de acesso garante que você chegue lá antes dos grupos de excursão e combina-o com uma visita à tarde na Reserva Natural Rio Secreto. A excursão inclui almoço, embarque no hotel, e taxas de entrada.
Excursão combo de um dia inteiro pelas Ruínas de Tulum e Rio Secreto saindo de Tulum
Maravilhe-se com as ruínas maias de Tulum em uma excursão de acesso antecipado
Aproveite o mergulho e a exploração de cavernas na Reserva Natural Rio Secreto
A excursão inclui almoço, embarque no hotel, e taxas de entrada
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A excursão para grupos pequenos limitada a 12 pessoas garante uma experiência personalizada
Comece o seu dia com um embarque pela manhã em seu hotel no centro de Tulum a tempo para a saída às 5 da manhã. Vá direto para a Ruínas de Tulum e aproveite ao máximo o seu acesso antecipado para admirar as impressionantes ruínas antes da excursão de ônibus e a multidão chegue.
Primeiro, visite as ruínas em uma excursão guiada de 1 hora, aprendendo mais sobre a antiga civilização maia e a história da cidade fortificada, que já foi um importante reduto Maia. Aproveite os destaques, como o castelo, o Templo dos Afrescos, e a Casa do Cenote; admire vistas espetaculares ao longo da costa do Caribe; em seguida, desfrute de 1,5 hora de tempo livre para explorar as ruínas por conta própria.
Continue até a Reserva Natural Rio Secreto e depois de encontrar seu guia e ouvir as instruções de segurança, prepare seu equipamento de escavação e aventure-se no subsolo para explorar as cavernas naturais. Siga o rio subterrâneo, mergulhando ou nadando nas águas turquesas, pelas cavernas rochosas, e parando para maravilhe-se com as magníficas estalactites e estalagmites.
Depois de uma cerca de 1,5 hora de excursão na caverna, tome um banho quente, em seguida, relaxe e revigore-se com um delicioso almoço com bufê.
De volta em Tulum, sua excursão termina com o desembarque em seu hotel.
Avaliações de viajantes da Viator
, nov 2018
The problem with this tour is that it was with Amigo tours. They are very poorly organised despite it saying hotel pick up they had us pay for our own taxi to meet them at the ruins. They didn't call us or look in the other car park that we had mistakenly been stood waiting at. we had to run to catch the guild at the entrance. Things got much better as the guild was fabulous he was very knowledgeable and friendly. following the tour of the ruins we were put on a none English speaking bus then changed on the main road to another one not knowing what was going on and left at the reception of the Rio Secreto. I would advise visiting these places on your own especially if your staying in Tulum its easy and the taxi's are cheep and drivers friendly. the tour of Rio Secreto was wonderful so beautiful, this was let down by the fact you were not aloud to take in your go pro and then they try to charge to 25 US dollars per photo or 100 for the lot
The tour itself was fine, but going through Amigo Tours was an absolute mess. I was staying in Tulum and the package offers to do a pick-up and to confirm a pick-up time/place beforehand. Since I was not sure if I could make a call to Mexico I'm from US, I emailed the email address given and the Amigo Tours rep gave me information different from what my friend who came on this tour too got over the phone. The pick-up times and places were different which is utterly confusing when you are a visitor and don't know the area well! Horrible communication and wrong information given. We had to call multiple times to reconfirm. Then we showed up at the pick up spot at 7:45am as stated by the Amigo Tours rep, the driver showed up AN HOUR LATER. Waiting for a driver to pick you up on your first excursion of the Tulum trip is NOT a good impression/experience! Also, the boxed lunch was never given because it was not communicated how to obtain the boxed lunch but apparently the lunch is given by Viator and not Amigo Tours, which was also not communicated. I don't know how I would've been able to figure that one out unless the proper reps told me. Tulum Ruins were cool and Rio Secreto was really cool. But you can DEFINITELY just pay for admission into these places separately not go through Viator and get a far better experience than dealing with delayed pick-up, not receiving a boxed lunch, and horrible communication.
The Tulum ruins and Rio Secreto were incredible. alfredo at the rio secreto was amazing - he is passionate about his work and super knowledgeable. it's a must see.
the ruins are fabulous and worth a visit
my only issue was that I wouldn't do the combo tour - I'd book it each activity on different days.. amigo tours were a little disorganized... and there was a lot of driving around dropping off people at different hotels which was a total waste of time
The trip to Tulum Ruins was very enlightening. We learned a lot about ancient culture in Tulum. We especially enjoyed our tour of the caves in Rio Secreto. Our tour guide was excellent and the view within the caves was magnificent! This tour is a must!!