Archeological Zone of Tulum
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  • Tulum, Coba, & Cenote: Full-Day Tour

    1. Tulum, Coba, & Cenote: Full-Day Tour

    After being picked up in the lobby of your hotel by a certified guide, start your tour and receive an introduction to Mayan culture on the way. Make your first stop at Coba climbing the tallest pyramid in México where you can take in an incredible view of the area.  You’ll have time to swim at the Cenote (sinkhole) "Mariposa" and "Kin Ha" and relax in the refreshing water. Finish the day at the Tulum Archaeological Zone, an impressive Mayan city built on the coastline. Enjoy a guided tour through the area and free time to explore and take pictures.

    Pickup was on time and tour was informative with enough time to enjoy each stop. Only disappointment was Coba not allowing people to climb due to COVID-19, but that obviously wasn't their fault.

  • Playa del Carmen: Tulum Ruins, Caves and Swim with Turtles

    2. Playa del Carmen: Tulum Ruins, Caves and Swim with Turtles

    Get ready to discover the most important Mayan city facing the majestic Caribbean Sea, protected by a large cliff, from where you have a spectacular view. Discover the secrets kept this ancient Mayan city archaeological tour led by a guide. Then enter the vast Mayan jungle that holds one of the most spectacular places in the Yucatan Peninsula: Hilarios Cenote, where you will enjoy crystal clear waters and you can connect with nature. After, your expert guides who will show you the ancient formations of stalactites and stalagmites that decorate this beautiful place. To complete your tour, visit one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, where you see sea turtles as well as a stunning coral reef that gives life to hundreds of fish of different colors.

    It was a great tour. Unfortunately it rained the whole time so we were unable to swim with the turtles but the guys were wonderful and did the best they could

  • Quintana Roo: Exclusive Rio Secreto and Tulum Tour

    3. Quintana Roo: Exclusive Rio Secreto and Tulum Tour

    Your tour will begin as you arrive to the Tulum Ruins, where your guide will provide you with approximately 40 minutes of information about the area, as well as some instructions about the tour. You will then be able to enjoy almost 1 hour of free time, before advancing to Río Secreto. You will then arrive to Río Secreto’s reception and service areas where you will watch a welcome video, before being transported to the reserve. When arriving to the reserve, a guide will provide you with safety measures, as well as all of the necessary equipment. Before entering the Mayan underworld, you will tour around the paths of the nature reserve, where you will receive a Mayan welcome. You will then walk and swim through beautiful natural crystal galleries, throughout a 1-kilometer tour which will take approximately 1.5 hours. Following your subterranean experience, you will return your equipment...

    Hola! We had a great trip to the Tulum ruins and Rio Secreto. Our guide, Gabriel, was great! He had to help two in our group often and he did it with kindness and patience. Our photographer, Daniel, in Rio Secreto was helpful and kind too! He offered his hand when needed and would let us pose silly and take extra photos. Our driver, Miguel, was quick and kind as well! It was also soooo nice to actually be in transportation with guests with next-door resorts/hotels, rather than having to venture all over Riviera/Playa del Carmen area. So they do their hotel transfer transportation well/organized too!

  • Tulum & Coba & Cenote Full-Day Excursion

    4. Tulum & Coba & Cenote Full-Day Excursion

    First stop is Tulum, the ancient Maya city perched on a cliff overlooking the Mexican Caribbean sea. Your expert bilingual guide will share fascinating information about the archaeological site, its importance in history and the day to day life of its inhabitants at its peak. Hear all about the past cultures and the theories of their demise. Next up is a visit to the Hidden Treasures for a swim in the refreshing waters of Cenote La Gloria. Cenotes are unique to the Yucatan Peninsula, natural sinkholes in limestone caves that were sacred to the ancient Maya people. You will then savor an authentic regional lunch buffet to recharge for the last stop of the day. The last part of this incredible journey is a guided tour of the Coba Mayan ruins. Still mostly hidden beneath the jungle foliage, Coba is the site of the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan, climb to the top for out of this world view...

    The tour was organized and enjoyable. The sites we saw were fantastic. We are vegan, and at lunch they offered vegan selections!! This does not usually happen, so was great! Guides were knowledgeable, and they took good care of us!!

  • Cancun/Riviera Maya: Tulum Guided Tour & Xel-Ha Park Entry

    5. Cancun/Riviera Maya: Tulum Guided Tour & Xel-Ha Park Entry

    Take a trip along Riviera Maya, spending a full day doing activities that everyone in the family is certain to love while saving with two trips for the price of one. On this day tour of the region you will experience a mixture of architecture, archaeology, and history in the morning, before making your way to a themed waterpark to spend the afternoon relaxing and having fun. Begin your morning with a trip to Tulum, the location of ancient Mayan ruins. The site is situated against a background of turquoise waters and fascinating sunsets along the Mexican Caribbean. Listen to your bilingual guide explain how the Mayans built Tulum as a place dedicated to astronomical observation and worship. After a rousing dose of history, you will make your way to Xel-Há Park, an aquatic theme park situated on the Xel-Há Inlet. With an all-inclusive entrance fee, you have the opportunity to snorkel and...

  • Cancun/Riviera Maya: Tulum Ruins, Sea Turtle Swim & Cenotes

    6. Cancun/Riviera Maya: Tulum Ruins, Sea Turtle Swim & Cenotes

    After a pickup from your hotel in Cancun or Riviera Maya, board an air-conditioned vehicle destined for your first stop, the Ruins of Tulum. Embark on a 45-minute guided tour of the archaeological site with a professional archeologist guide and learn about the history of the Mayans. Feel the magic of the ancient ruins taking in stunning views and then enjoying some free time to explore the site at your own pace.  Next, board your coach again and munch on the provided snacks on the way to the Xtun Cenote. The drive includes some off-roading since the cenote is located in the jungle. Once you arrive, a Mexican buffet-style lunch will be served for you, including Cochinita Pibil ´the pulled pork of Mexico,´ chicken, rice, beans, tortillas, and tortilla chips. Vegetarian options are available upon advance notice. Then it’s time to visit two types of cenotes, stage 1 and stage 2. First, you’...

    Jan Paul was amazing throughout. Family loved the ruins, turtles and especially the cenotes.

  • Cancun: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 30+ Attractions

    7. Cancun: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 30+ Attractions

    Get free entry to over 30 attractions in Cancun and Riviera Maya and save up to 50% compared to buying individual attraction tickets with this easy-to-use digital pass. Purchase a 3, 4, 5, or 7-day pass and enjoy one premium activity, including manatee and dolphin encounters, Xcaret Park admission, and a Chichen Itzá, Cenote & Valladolid Day Trip. Take to the skies on a parasailing adventure, hop aboard a catamaran to Isla Mujeres, snorkel the reef at Puerto Morelos, climb the highest pyramid in the Mayan Riviera on a tour of Coba, and much more. Attractions and tours included: • Columbus Romantic Dinner Cruise with Steak or Vegetarian Food • Parasailing Adventure in Cancun • Royal Garrafon Natural Reef Park Adventure • "Get Up and Go" Catamaran Sail to Isla Mujeres • 1-Day Avis Car Rental • Textures of Mexico: Cancun Street Food & Art and Local Market Day Tour • Tulum Express Tour wit...

  • Tulum: Tulum Ruins and Jungle Adventure Park Combo Tour

    8. Tulum: Tulum Ruins and Jungle Adventure Park Combo Tour

    Join a half-day tour packed with adventure, fun, culture and a little history, all within a short distance from Tulum. First, the expert guide will lead you through Tulum ruins, where you will hear stories about Mayan calenders, traditional ceremonies and Spanish invaders, all before the crowds start to arrive in the late morning. The site provides a perfect introduction to Mayan culture without needing to spend too long in the sun. After the ruins, you will head to the Parque Tankah adventure park featuring cenotes, zip-lines, lagoons, snorkeling, canoes, cliff jumps and more. Look out for tropical wildlife as you walk through the jungle between the different areas and engage in different activities. The water is a constant and you will be jumping in and out of it throughout your time here.  Before heading back to Tulum, you will enjoy a delicious traditional Mayan meal. If you are l...

  • From Cozumel: Express Tour to Tulum Mayan Ruins

    9. From Cozumel: Express Tour to Tulum Mayan Ruins

    Start your adventure by meeting your tour guide right in front of the swallows’ statue so that you can take the ferry ride to playa del carmen and enjoy a scenic 45 minute ride in the blue waters of the Caribbean. After that, you will take an air conditioned van/bus to the walled city of Tulum, in which you’ll explore the magnificent and restored temples rising above the Caribbean Sea. Tulum is an archeological site that offers one of the most beautiful sceneries of the world. You will be guided by a local expert through the secrets, facts, myths and wonderful legends of the ancient Mayan civilization, getting the opportunity to admire the detailed carved figures and frescoes on the walls of prominent buildings such as “El Castillo” (The Castle), The Temple of the Descending God and The House of the Columns, in which you will be able to shoot amazing photos during approximately 2 hours....

  • From Cancun & Riviera Maya: Xenses Park & Tulum Ruins

    10. From Cancun & Riviera Maya: Xenses Park & Tulum Ruins

    Start your journey with pick-up from your accommodation, then continue on to one the most incredible Mayan archeological sites. The Tulum Ruins date from the 13th century and boast stunning cliffside views of the Caribbean Sea. Learn more about the area and about Mayan history from your knowledgeable guide. Explore the ruins and take in the views of the sea and surrounding jungle. Stop by Xenses Park and test all of your senses in a fun way. Explore different ecosystems in complete darkness, ride a waterslide into a cave, fly like a bird on a zip line, sit back and float on a saltwater river, and relax in warming clay.

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What people are saying about Archeological Zone of Tulum

They arrived around 10 mins late to the pickup point. No one picked up my call on their customer support number, but they did reply to me on their WhatsApp number. Customer service told me that it would be a minibus/van, but it was actually a large bus. We were greeted by 3 Miguels - Señor Miguel, El profesor Miguel, El conductor Jorge Miguel. There was a bus change at Playa Del Carmen for those coming from Cancun. The guides were clear in communication. After reaching Tulum, we were given clear instructions on where to meet, whom to follow & where to regroup. The guide told us a lot of facts about the Mayan culture. Before leaving the Archaeological site, we had a tasty lunch at one of the restaurants. From there we went to see two cenotes. We had paid the full price, but the visit to Cobá didn't happen because of a regulation by INAH just one day before which led to a closure of the site. Also, the cenotes were not as clean as I had hoped them to be and there was no life guard.

Pickup was on time and tour was informative with enough time to enjoy each stop. Only disappointment was Coba not allowing people to climb due to COVID-19, but that obviously wasn't their fault.

Great, fun, and educational tour! For those coming from Playa Del Carmen it isn't a full day tour though, you might get back time by 6/7pm, just more time for you to plan for something else!

Herland was the best tour guide you can imagine. He was so friendly, patient, and passionate about the tour and his culture. If you want to have a great day. Please ask for Herland!

Good tour, host was very informative and knowledgeable