Ideal for travelers with limited time, this 10-hour tour combines three of the Yucatan’s top attractions in only one day. Delve into the ancient history of Tulum’s ruins, refresh in the turquoise waters of a cenote, and browse the cosmopolitan shops of Fifth Avenue (Quinta Avenida) in Playa del Carmen. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included on this family-friendly tour.
10-hour tour from Cancun including Tulum ruins, a cenote, and Fifth Avenue (Quinta Avenida)
Ideal for families and travelers with limited time in the Yucatan
Explore the Tulum ruins, a Mayan archeological site overlooking the Caribbean Sea
Visit a cenote and refresh in its turquoise waters
Browse the cosmopolitan boutiques of Fifth Avenue (Quinta Avenida), Playa del Carmen's principle shopping destination
Kick off your tour with pickup at your Cancun accommodation at around 7:30am, when you’ll board an air-conditioned vehicle destined for the Mayan ruins of Tulum.
Formerly a thriving Mayan metropolis, the ruins of Tulum boast a striking position overlooking the Caribbean Sea and are rich in ancient history. Snap photographs of archeological highlights such as the Temple of the Frescoes, adorned with carvings of the diving god, and learn about the cultural significance of the site.
Your next stop is a nearby cenote, in which you’ll refresh in turquoise waters while admiring its limestone surroundings. Revitalized, continue to Fifth Avenue (Quinta Avenida), Playa del Carmen’s principle shopping street.
Spend free time browsing stores selling artisan souvenirs, Habano cigars, and traditional Mexican cuisine before reconvening with your driver for drop-off at your Cancun hotel.
Reviews by Viator travelers
Nice tour and smart guide Luis, very...
, Apr 2018
Nice tour and smart guide Luis, very comfortable bus with WC, everything on time.
The guide, coach, lunch, and shopping all were excellent. Tulum was the last of the main Mexico attractions in the Cancun / Mayan area. I could have skipped this. You do not get to learn that much about the ruins and the Cenote not cave-like compared to the others - just a spring fed pond in the open.
The tour guide and driver were wonderful. I was particularly impressed with the tour guide's knowledge and passion when it came to the Mayan ruins at Tulum. While it was a long day in the sun, each part of the tour felt like it moved at a stead pace so we never felt like we were in one place for too long. And we always had a air conditioned van to sit in if needed! Overall great for our one off-resort experience during our stay in Riviera Maya.
Lexcursion est très bien mais les explications pour retrouvé le bus et les horaires ne sont pas clair, temps libre à Playa Del Carmen ridicule, ont n'a rien le temps de visiter qu'il faut déjà revenir au bus