- 6 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
This half-day tour combines snorkeling in the Caribbean sea with an amazing cenote adventure. You will visit the second largest reef in the world in front of Tankah bay and then a 600-meter long cave, where you can see the different types of limestone formations and learn about the meaning and importance that these cenotes have in these region.
Your tour includes Pick up, Drop off, Transportation to the sites, Entrance fees, Lunch, Equipment and a guide all the time.
- All necessary equipment included
- All entrance fees included
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Lunch included
- Snorkel gear included
- Informative, friendly and professional guide
- Bottled water
- Professional guide
- All necessary equipment
- Hotel pickup and drop-off (revise confirmation email for pick up time)
- Entry/Admission - Tankah
- Entry/Admission - Mexico Kan Tours
- Extra Transportation Fees (North of Tulum). +$10USD per person extra for pick-ups between Bahía Puerto Principe and Puerto Aventuras. +$20USD per person extra for pick-ups between Puerto Aventuras and Playa del Carmen Colosio Street. +$30USD per person extra for pick-ups between Colosio Street (North of Playa) del Carmen to Iberostar Grand Paraiso.
- All entrance fees included
Traveler pickup is offered
Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Tankah, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Snorkel in Coral Reef in Tankah Bay
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Mexico Kan Tours, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Cave and cavern system
Duration: 2 hours
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Don't Forget to Bring:
- Bathing Suit.
- Water Shoes and Flip Flops.
- Extra T-Shirt.
- Sun glasses.
- Cash (Most of the local vendors only accept cash).
- Only if necessary: Bio degradable Sun Screen & Bio Degradable Mosquito Repellent.
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
A friend of mine and I did this excursion in January 2019 and had a fabulous time! There were only 3 of us plus the guide, which made it feel like a personalized tour all day long. We were picked up at our hotel and everything ran on time. Our tour guide was super knowledgeable and he taught us tons about Cenotes and the history of the area. The snorkeling was pretty good. Not the best I've ever done, but still fun. We had to fight the current and tides a little bit, but still saw lots of fish and coral. The highlight was definitely the Cenote tour. It was on private land that isn't available to big groups. We literally climbed through a hole in the ground and ended up in a whole 'nother world beneath ours! The one thing I would recommend is bringing aqua-socks or water shoes. There were parts of the cave that were very hard on bare feet. But there are also parts where the water is knee high....all the way to deep enough to swim. (But don't worry, you're equipped with a life jacket and flashlight) It was the most beautiful and tranquil experience!! Definitely something I've never done before!! Our lunch afterwards was homemade vegetarian ceviche (which I'll admit that I was doubtful I would like). It was SO good! Overall, this was a great day and definitely worth the money!! I enjoyed the smaller/personalized feel versus a drunken booze cruise :)
This was my first time snorkeling and Luigi did a great job of taking us through what it would entail to make sure not only were we all safe, but saw some great stuff!!! He had an amazing amount of knowledge about Mexico and the eco systems. The cenote was like nothing I had ever experienced. This was a great deal for what you got!
Hardly words for this one. It is remarkable to find a small hole in the jungle floor, descend a ladder with flashlight strapped to one's left wrist, and move in water through interlocking caves. This was a wonderful experience and not at all frightening. I found it deeply affecting to be in this subterranean world, and the scale is such that it is not overwhelming. I highly recommend it.
The tour was incredible and I can't recommend enough. Luigi, our guide in Tulum by way of Italy, was kind and very knowledgable. The underground cave tour was something I'll never forget.
Our family of 8 adults took this tour on December 22, 2017. We had the tour of a lifetime. It was fantastic and truly beautiful! Tania was a wonderful tour guide. She is extremely knowledgeable of the history of the Cenotes and by the end of the tour we felt like she was a part of our family. We would highly recommend this tour.
Great tour with a lovely guide who was knowledgeable and friendly. Didn't see too many fish in the ocean snorkelling, but enjoyed every minute of the cave/ cenote tour.
I loved this adventure! Swimming in Yal-ku Lagoon was a beautiful experience. The mysterious walk inside the ancient limestone caves and the dip inside its crystal waters was simply magical. What made this tour so especially wonderful was the energetic guidance and passionate insight of our amazing tour guide, Pluma. His knowledge of Mayan culture and myth, his enthusiastic spirit along with his thoughtful concern with all tour participants' well being makes him the ultimate host and guide. He certainly enhanced my experience and I hope to have him as a tour guide when I visit Tulum again. Gracias Pluma!!! : P.S. I still need the recipe of the amazing vegan ceviche we were served. It was delicious!!!
This was an amazing tour !! The snorkeling was good but the underground cave and Cenote was EXCELLENT !! The cave was very interesting and the home made food for lunch was great. Highly recommend this company and this excursion.
What a fantastic day! The Lagoon was so beautiful I did not want to leave. Abundant tropical sea life on view. Then we walked into the Cenote and towards the end actually swam along the underground river and ended in a grotto. Our tour guide Alex was professional, friendly and knowledgeable.
This was a wonderful tour. Our guide was knowledgeable, warm, and funny. Exploring the cave was fascinating, and swimming in the underground cenote was really cool. Lunch was tasty vegetarian tamales made locally. Snorkeling in the lagoon was fascinating. So many fish! But also it showed the difference between Mexico Kan tours small groups, respectful of our surroundings, knowledgeable tour guides and the large, rambunctious groups that were at the lagoon at the same time. We would definitely do more adventures with Mexico Kan tours next time we're in Tulum.
This was a great way to spend a morning. Both the lagoon and centoe visited on the tour aren't far from Tulum and both were fantastic to see. The guide was brilliant and accompanied us in the lagoon pointing out different fish and wildlife. He then took us to the cenote which was an incredible experience as you walk and swim through the underground cave network. There is then a light lunch included in the tour which you have in the jungle by the cenote. I would highly recommend the tour as something different to do from Tulum.