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Admire the majesty

of Coba's main temple that's 42 meters (137 ft) in height.

COBA & PUNTA LAGUNA

Visit an ancient ball court and explore the culture. This place is located in the middle of the jungle, where we will walk under beautiful large trees and see lots of native fauna.

After Coba we will visit the Mayan community of Punta Laguna, this place is a spider and howler monkey reserve.

 

On top of seeing these animals in their natural environment, we will cross the lagoon on a zipline! Swim in an amazing cenote and enjoy the views of the lagoon in a canoe!

The last stop will have a delicious traditional meal with a Mayan family.

Coba & Punta Laguna

- Certified Tour Guide

- Private transportation

- Entrance fees to all the activities

- Water and snacks during transportation

- Activities (Punta Laguna / Cenotes.)

- Lunch

THE TOUR INCLUDES

NOT INCLUDED 

- Souvenirs

- Extras

- Tips

- Alcoholic beverages.

- Photos & videos

(Bring your action camera with a harness, cel phone etc.)

- Comfortable shoes.

- Swimsuit and towels.

- Long sleeve and hat to protect from the sun.

- Biodegradable repellents.

- Water Container (if you have one)

- Extra set of clothes and a jacket.

RECOMENDATIONS

Tulum & Cenote 

Tulum ruins are considered by many as the most beautiful of the Mayan Ruins sites.

Tulum ruins are located 130 km south of Cancun. El Castillo is the main building of the archaeological zone of Tulum, which is the most photographed site in the Riviera Maya, due to its peculiar location on the cliff.

 

After Tulum, you will refresh by swimming in a cenote. A cenote is a natural sinkhole created where a cave ceiling has collapsed, there are no surface rivers on the Mayan peninsula, only below the ground. Cenotes were the only source of water for the Mayan civilization and are considered sacred by the Mayan people.

Tulum & Cenote

- Certified Tour Guide

- Private transportation

- Entrance fees to all the activities

- Water and snacks during transportation

- Activities (Tulum Ruins/ Cenotes.)

- Lunch

THE TOUR INCLUDES

- Comfortable shoes.

- Swimsuit and towels.

- Long sleeve and hat to protect from the sun.

- Biodegradable repellents.

- Water Container (if you have one)

- Extra set of clothes and a jacket.

RECOMENDATIONS

NOT INCLUDED 

- Souvenirs

- Extras

- Tips

- Alcoholic beverages.

- Photos & videos

(Bring your action camera with a harness, cel phone etc.)

Chichén Itzá + Cenote & Valladolid

This is a great opportunity to visit one of the seven world wonders!

On this tour, we visit the antique ancient city of Chichén Itzá, one of the most important Mayan cities to explore, and its amazing temple of Kukulkan.

Then we will visit the small city of Valladolid a quiet town full of colors, scenery, handcrafted souvenirs, and most of all culture.

Next, we will cool off in a refreshing Cenote where you can choose to swim or just relax and enjoy the scenery.

After the Cenote, we will have lunch, which is buffet style and it serves traditional Mexican/Mayan meals in a beautiful place.

Chichén Izta

- Certified Tour Guide

- Private transportation

- Entrance fees to all the activities

- Water and snacks during transportation

- Activities (City Tour/ Cenotes.)

- Lunch

THE TOUR INCLUDES

- Comfortable shoes.

- Swimsuit and towels.

- Long sleeve and hat to protect from the sun.

- Biodegradable repellents.

- Water Container (if you have one)

- Extra set of clothes and a jacket.

RECOMENDATIONS

NOT INCLUDED 

- Souvenirs

- Extras

- Tips

- Alcoholic beverages.

- Photos & videos

(Bring your action camera with a harness, cel phone etc.)

Isla Mujeres 

Snorkeling in the crystal clear turquoise waters of Isla Mujeres is a must.

Isla Mujeres is located just eight miles across the Bahia de Mujeres (Bay of Women) from Cancun, the paradise island is only 5 miles long and half a mile at its widest point.

 

We start the tour by taking a private boat from Puerto Juarez. In our way to Isla Mujeres we make two snorkeling stops.

 

Afterward, we’ll relax at the world famous beach "Playa Norte" while our captain cooks fresh ceviche for us to enjoy there.

 

Arriving at Isla Mujeres you will have 2 hours free time (1 hr golf cart included).

Before leaving we will get together for lunch at a delicious buffet.

Isla Mujeres

- Certified Tour Guide

- Private transportation

- Entrance fees to all the activities

- Water and snacks during transportation

- Activities (Snorkel/1 hour of golf cart)

- Lunch

THE TOUR INCLUDES

- Comfortable shoes.

- Swimsuit and towels.

- Long sleeve and hat to protect from the sun.

- Biodegradable repellents.

- Water Container (if you have one)

- Extra set of clothes and a jacket.

RECOMENDATIONS

NOT INCLUDED 

- Souvenirs

- Extras

- Tips

- Alcoholic beverages.

- Photos & videos

(Bring your action camera with a harness, cel phone etc.)

Muyil Archeological Site 

& Sian Kaan

Take a boat ride at the lagoon through the mangroves, followed by gentle flotation in the lazy river and relax on a private beach

Due to its geographical position, Muyil is a settlement that maintained a long occupational continuity. The first material pieces of evidence correspond to the Late Preclassic (300 - 50 BC) when it would have had links with settlements in northern Belize and southern Quintana Roo, a relationship that was over towards the Late Classic.

 

The Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve (in Mayan: Sian Ka'an, ‘gate to heaven’ ‘place where heaven begins’) is a protected natural space located on the Caribbean coast in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. It was declared as World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1987 and a Ramsar site (number 1329) in 2003.

Muyil

- Certified Tour Guide

- Private transportation

- Entrance fees to all the activities

- Water and snacks during transportation

- Admission Tickets to Muyil Archeological Site. 

- Private boat ride at Sian Kaan.

- Lunch

THE TOUR INCLUDES

- Comfortable shoes.

- Swimsuit and towels.

- Long sleeve and hat to protect from the sun.

- Biodegradable repellents.

- Water Container (if you have one)

- Extra set of clothes and a jacket.

RECOMENDATIONS

NOT INCLUDED 

- Souvenirs

- Extras

- Tips

- Alcoholic beverages.

- Photos & videos

(Bring your action camera with a harness, cel phone etc.)

We are a professional group of tour guides who believe in fair rates, responsible tourism, and an amazing experience.

At the moment for your and our safety, we are only offering private tours.

While enjoying this adventure you are supporting the economy of the Mayan community.

Book a tour & meet your tour guide! 

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