- 12 hours (Approx.)
- Hotel pickup offered
- Mobile ticket
Enjoy three of the jewels of Mexico on this full-day tour; exploring the Ruins of Tulum, swimming in a cenote, and make a visit to Playa del Carmen
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- Led by a local guide
- Lunch included
- Round Transportation
- Professional guide
- Gran cenote entrance
- Tulum entrance
- Entry/Admission - Tulum Archaeological Site
- Entry/Admission - Gran Cenote
- Entry/Admission - 5th Avenue (Avenida 5)
- Optional Tips
- Food and Drinks
2. Playa del Carmen
3. Riviera Maya
Traveler pickup is offered
Meeting Point: • If your hotel is located in Playa del Carmen (Centro, Playacar, Playa del Carmen or up to the Coco Bay hotel) or in Riviera Maya, please head to Hotel HM • If you're staying at any hotel in Cancún centro, Playa Mujeres and all center of Cancun, please head to the Oasis Smart Hotel • If you're staying at a hotel within the Hotel Zone of Cancun please head to Hotel Presidente Intercontinental Pick Up: 24 hrs before your activity will receive the pick time. ( If your hotel, hostel or condominium is in an area with difficult access the tour operator willl give you a strategic meeting point). Return point: Returns to original departure point
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
Returns to original departure point
This is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Tulum Archaeological Site, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
Tulum's history involves culture and secrecy. Tulum is a charming village set on the Rivera Maya’s south end, one with a history that is deeply rooted in the ancient Mayan
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Gran Cenote, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula
The Gran Cenote is one of the most famous cenotes in Mexico.
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
Stop At: 5th Avenue (Avenida 5), Playa del Carmen, Yucatan Peninsula
La Quinta Avenida (Fifth Avenue) is a pedestrian street, here you will find people from many different nationalities creating a truly cosmopolitan atmosphere. It is the main convergence point in Playa del Carmen and it's also located just one block from the beach! Here you will find the most important restaurants, and a huge variety of stores, small handicraft stands, as well as all the big, well renowned designer boutiques.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Hotel pick-up is offered for this tour. Note: if you are booking within 24 hours of the tour/activity departure time, we cannot guarantee hotel pick-up. Once your purchase is complete, we will send you complete contact information (phone number, email address, etc.) for our local operator to organize pick-up arrangements.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Stroller accessible
- Infants must sit on laps
- Most travelers can participate
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 60 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
NOT for English tourists! When we asked both tour guides to translate they got rude and said they did. They gave very min details in English. We had to figure most of it out! We were not the only English speaking couples that felt this way either.
We lived in the Cancun downtown area. A 20-minute walk lead us to the nearest pickup point where bus arrived at around 6:30 am. While entering the bus, we were served 'boxed lunch' picture attached. It consisted of a juice box, a small chocolate wafer, and a tiny packet of Cheetos Puffs. Mary from Amigo Tours our guide for the tour till Tulum very helpfully explained that this boxed lunch is just a snack and that they refrained from providing proper lunch to save us from an upset stomach. She said this while rubbing her belly and with an expression of immense pain. It made me wonder what were they planning on serving for lunch! Anyway, with the snack in our hands and sleep in our eyes, we started our journey to Tulum. No introduction to the tour or any information on our schedule for the day was provided. We ended up sleeping for about an hour. Mary woke us up with some 20 sentences in Spanish followed by a single sentence in English. I begin to think that English is a very efficient language. This happened throughout the tour. Her English was so bad that it was extremely difficult to get any information from her. Sometimes she wouldn't even attempt to translate. We reached Tulum. She shouted some instructions on where to assemble after two hours. The guided tour was better. Mary had old photographs and documents of the ruins. I liked that she kept it interesting. She wouldn't understand the follow-up questions in English but in general, the guided tour part was ok. Tulum ruins are picturesque. The beach is a little muddy though.
After the ruins, we were transported to a collectivo van. The driver didnt speak English, and we had no guide. Among the three passengers, one was bilingual. He acted as the translator. The cenote was great. Lockers, life vests, snorkeling equipment, etc. were available for rent.
Our final stop for the day was at Playa del Carmen. Unfortunately it started raining when we reached. We had our lunch there and spent some time at the beach. From there we were transported to Cancun.
You dont have to think about the transportation
Okayish guided tour of the ruins
Boxed lunch was terrible
The tour guide wasnt great
Cenote and Playa del Carmen part could have been worse without the co-passenger who spoke English
Pack some food
Poke the tour guide to repeat the instructions in English and make sure you are on the same page
Spend more time at the cenote than at Playa del Carmen
Check if the van driver speaks some English
We got to tulum to see the ruins and Sophia, our tour guide was knowledgeable! After we were the only ones staying in the bus while everyone in our tour got on other buses. The new driver then drove us to the cenote but didn't speak English. We didn't have a guide anymore?! Never got our lunch tho.
The guide was wonderful and very informative. Unfortunately, the second half of the tour wasn't as memorable. The other guide/driver forgot to give us our lunch that was included. When we asked about it, they refused to compensate the loss of our expenses. Furthermore, there was poor planning in getting us back to our resort. The entire group had to wait over an hour due to the poor planning of the company. See the ruins and swim in the cenotes, but I wouldn't advise going with this company in the future.
The cenote was so beautiful, as well as the ruins we saw, great spot for pictures since it's sea side! I would recommend anyone who would be interested in booking a tour for Tulum to do this one!