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Playa del Carmen Bike tours

Our most recommended Playa del Carmen Bike tours

Cobá Adrenaline: Pyramid and Adventure Day Tour

1. Cobá Adrenaline: Pyramid and Adventure Day Tour

Enjoy riding an atv and into to the air adventure with a tour through the Mayan Jungle. Climb the tallest Mayan pyramid, zipline through the treetops, rapell into caves, explore hidden cenotes and experience a Mayan ceremony. Afterward, ride throught the city streets of Coba. Get picked up from your hotel and arrive at the Mayan jungle where you'll recieve all the safety equipment. Begin your vertical descent into a cave, and walk through the jungle finding 3 different ziplines. Soar above the treetops and feel the exhilleration of adventuring in the jungle. Take part in a brief Mayan ceremony and enjoy a guided tour of a cave cenote, a unique natural wonder of this part of the world. Discover this ancient and interesting culture from your guide, and get lost in exploration on your own in this gigantic jungle city. Take your chance to climb to the top of the tallest pyramid in the city and gaze out at the view. Learn of the ways that local Mayans live today, their customs, and their day to day practices in modern Mexico. Delight in a Mexican buffet made with a lot of love, and enjoy transfer back to your hotel.

Playa del Carmen: Rio Secreto Underground River Tour

2. Playa del Carmen: Rio Secreto Underground River Tour

At the Rio Secreto Nature Reserve, experience a journey into the bowels of the Earth to find impressive geological formations that tell the history of the planet. Enjoy trails that transport you to Xibalbá (the Mayan underworld). Arrive at the reception and service area in Cancún and sit down for a welcome video to introduce you to the reserve. Head to the nature reserve and get set up with the security measures and equipment you will need.  Rappel, cycle and try the dry route. Upon reaching the Salón de la Paz (Room of Peace), admire a light and sound show in a totally natural setting that will take you back in time to the creation of the universe. Enjoy a regional buffet and choice of drinks to finish off your spectacular tour before you head back.

Cancún: Chichén Itzá, Valladolid and Hubiku Cenote Day-Trip

3. Cancún: Chichén Itzá, Valladolid and Hubiku Cenote Day-Trip

Explore the Yucatan Peninsula on a guided day tour from Cancún. Discover the fascinating ruins of Chichén Itzá, swim in a stunning cenote, and make a stop in the charming city of Valladolid. After pickup from your hotel, travel into the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula to discover a sparkling, picturesque cenote cavern pond at Hubiku. Dive into the cool, clear water and chat with your guide about how these jungle-surrounded pools are formed from underground freshwater streams. Afterwards, recharge with a tasty buffet lunch of Yucatecan specialties, before heading to the region's main historic attraction. Upon arrival at Chichen Itza, embark on a comprehensive guided tour that immerses you in the archaeological site's most breathtaking landmarks. Marvel at the mysterious Kukulkan Pyramid, learning about its role in pre-Columbian Maya civilization from your engaging guide. Nearby, take a look at the largest ball court in the Americas and imagine ancient players involved in a rousing game of pok ta pok, a ritual that was practiced throughout the Maya Empire. Catch your reflection in the Cenote Sagrado sacrificial pond, the Temple of the Warriors, and the Observatory, which dates back over 1,000 years. On your way back, make a stop at the main square of Valladolid and admire its colonial architecture and the 16th-century San Gervasio Church before being dropped off back at your hotel.

Chichén Itzá: Hubiku Cenote & Valladolid Tour

4. Chichén Itzá: Hubiku Cenote & Valladolid Tour

Embark on a guided tour of Yucatán on a full-day tour from Playa del Carmen. Visit the breathtaking Mayan city of Chichén Itzá and the colorful city of Valladolid. Explore the Yucatán jungles, swim in the Hubiku cenote, and enjoy a buffet lunch. Head into the dense jungles of the Yucatán and stop at the Hubiku cenote, a cavernous freshwater pool in a light-filled limestone cave and enjoy a swim. Dry off over a buffet lunch of typical Mayan dishes and then hop back on the bus for the last leg of the drive to Chichén Itzá. This dense and sprawling archaeological site features excavated ruins and well-preserved temples. The final stop is the quiet colonial city of Valladolid, where the pastel walls of shops and restaurants provide a colorful backdrop for photos.

Isla Blanca: 4-Hour Private Expedition Bike & Boat Tour

5. Isla Blanca: 4-Hour Private Expedition Bike & Boat Tour

After an early-morning pickup at your hotel in Cancun, Playa del Carmen, Puerto Morelos, or Puerto Juarez, head to the starting point of your bike trip. Hop aboard and begin your leisurely 25-minute biking tour alongside the lagoon, taking in the beautiful natural views. After getting off your bike, unwind on the white sand beaches of Isla Blanca before moving to the pier to begin the boat tour. The 1-hour boat tour takes you around the wonderful lagoon, allowing you to take in sprawling views of crystal clear, bright blue water. Return to the pier and transfer to a local restaurant for a tasty lunch. A wonderful start to your day in Mexico, relax on the ride back to your hotel.

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Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 2 reviews

A great trip! The booking via the app worked without any problems. We were even contacted directly by the organizer 2 days before (via WhatsApp) when and where we would be picked up (I had specified the hotel when booking). The guides did a good job of explaining the "tour plan" and telling each time what will happen and what to expect. The pickup was actually well organized. We were picked up from the hotel by a mini bus. When it was full (we were the first, then 4 hotels came) there was a "collecting point" where 2 more mini buses were added. All participants then got into a large coach, which was very comfortable for the further distances (also with the good bus toilet). On the way back, the big coach probably drove to all the hotels - since we were the lucky first, I don't know what happened next. A few key facts: our hotel was 10 minutes by car from Playa del Carmen. Pick up time: 7am Arrival time: 8pm

I give them a 5 but they have a lot to improve. 1. They picked us up late 2. The first trip is 2 hours by bus 3. On that trip they sell you sunscreen ($20) and mosquito spray ($12) According to them it has to be biodegradable. Bring yours. They also want to sell you a Mayan birth certificate for $20 4. You arrive at the first place very nice. There are 1 ounce tequila samples. And the bottle is $100 5. Trip 2 is 50 minutes. They try to sell you a bottle of Ani for $20 6. 2nd stop. It is quite long. We were hungry and thirsty. We were 3. We paid $40 for 7. 3rd trip to Valladolid. Not much to see. Some pork rinds and a bag of sweets for $10. 8. Journey 3.2 hours. They turn off the lights on the bus. Without music In other words, there is a lot to improve in logistics. It's better to rent a car and do it all by yourself. You're going to have a better time.

Samuel is the best! Very knowledgeable on the history, culture and civilization of the Mayan people. He was thorough, detailed and very funny! My only one complaint is that not enough time was spent in Valladolid. 40 minutes to tour the town was not enough. Also, less time could be spent at the gift shops at Hubiku, hence giving us more time potentially at Valladolid. Or break this into a separate tour altogether because Valladolid definitely needs more time.

The guide was great. The water in the cenotes was not cold compared to that of the lakes of Quebec. I recommend bringing water shoes for this tour. I really enjoyed this activity.

Very beautiful panorama, and the guide was very invested, he clearly explained to us all the history of this place and even more