Tulum Cenote

From the sea to the jungle to ancient Mayan ruins, this is an adventure full of beauty, mystery and adventure. This Tulum ruins tour with a visit to a sacred cenote is a blend of history, nature, culture and some of the most extraordinary things to do in the Riviera Maya.
Start your adventure with a guided tour of the Tulum ruins, the magnificent Mayan ruins set atop a soaring cliff over a turquoise sea. This walled city was a port for trade from the sea, an ancient “customs” checkpoint. The structures are remarkable and you’ll be sure to take incredible pictures! Your expert bilingual guide is specially certified to give historical tours and will regale you with tales of the Maya and the buildings you’ll see.
Your Riviera Maya tour continues with a visit to a Cenote, located in a Eco-Park. Immerse yourself in the refreshing waters and contemplate the surroundings, the peace of the jungle and relax.

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From the comfort of your hotel or established meeting point, you will be transferred to the departure center of the excursions to the archaeological sites. There, you will board a comfortable transportation, where and during the course of the day – a certified guide will welcome you and accompany you on your trip where you will get to know one of the most advanced cultures, providing you with assistance and interesting information.
We will begin our cultural adventure in the magnificent archaeological zone of Tulum, which has five entrances and two observation towers, which show the degree of control that at the time was exercised over those who tried to enter this area. Our certified and professional guides will give you a tour inside this magnificent walled city, a walk full of history where you can take spectacular photographs of the area.
We will continue our incredible Tour, visiting a majestic Sacred Cenote, where we will enjoy its peaceful waters and the marine life found in it.

Duration 8 h.


Round trip transportation from your hotel
Certified bilingual guide
Admission to the Tulum archaeological site
Admission to the eco-park


Cash or credit card for souvenirs and/or tips
Water shoes and/or adjustable sandals or running shoes
Comfortable clothing suitable for the climate
Bathing suit, towel, change of clothes
Biodegradable sunscreen (you must shower before entering cenote)
Biodegradable insect repellent


Face mask
To use professional cameras or video cameras, there is a special tax to be paid at the entrance of the archaeological site
This tour is not recommended for people with reduced mobility
Drinks and food are not included, you can buy them at the entrance of the archaeological zone



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