Tulum, Hilarios Cenote, and Snorkeling Tour
Pick-up serviceHotel pickup is available for customers staying in hotels between Puerto Morelos and Tulum only. You will be picked up from your hotel lobby (please provide the name and address of your hotel upon booking). Please note: service is not provided for guests staying from Bahia Tepempich to Cancun.
- See native wildlife in their natural environment
- Explore the ancient Maya ruins of Tulum
- Be amazed by the stalactite and stalagmite formations of the Hilarios Cenote
- Benefit from the services of a local guide
- Snorkel at 2 great reefs in the Caribbean Sea
Just 15 minutes away from this archaeological area, discover the entrance to the idyllic Hilarios Cenote, suitable for snorkeling due to its size and its quite deep waters (from 15 meters to 40 meters in some places). Here, you can see the incredible formations of stalactites and stalagmites from a distance.
The state of Quintana Roo has the three largest subterranean rivers in the world. The Zac Actún system, where Hilarios Cenote stands out, is considered the ninth longest system of wet or dry caves in the world. In addition to its 111 cenotes, remains of early humans and historic animal skeletons from the Ice Age have been found in pools where the river surfaces (which some experts have called ‘time capsules’).
After the experience at the Cenote, head to the Playa Maya. Here, you will snorkel in 2 reefs in the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, bathed by the sun, and in the second largest reef in the world. Get to know the sea life in this guided visit is one of the marvels that you shouldn’t miss.
- Hotel pick-up and drop off
- Transportation by air-conditioned minivan
- Small group tour
- Entrance fees
- Environmental management charge (reef tax)
- Professional guide
- Snorkeling gear
- Lunch (you can have lunch at the hotel)
- Optional gratuities
- 10 USD reef tax
- Pregnant women
- Wheelchair users