- 6 hours (Approx.)
- Mobile ticket
Transportation in authorized tourist van with a/c.
Entrance to the archaeological area of Tulum with certified guide.
Full snorkel equipment. Mask, new snorkel, fins and vest.
Experienced guides in snorkel and dive.
Snorkel tour one hour time.
Entrance fee to the Grand Cenote.
Cold non alcoholic drinks on board the entire excursion.
Half day tour
Lunch is not included,
Tour end in your hotel to lunch.
- Professional guide
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Transport by air-conditioned minivan
- Entry/Admission - Tulum Archaeological Site
- Entry/Admission - Gran Cenote
- Half day tour
- Lunch is not included,
- Tour end in your hotel to lunch.
Traveler pickup is offered
In Mayan language: three walls, is the only archaeological site built on the Caribbean coast. Known in ancient times as Zama, which means Dawn in Maya, it was a fully commercial city. Within its walls lived the nobility and merchants. Stresses on the rest of the castle buildings with its spectacular effects of light and shade during the spring and fall equinoxes at dawn. Also noteworthy is the temple of the paintings where even today you can distinguish red pigments. The Spanish conquistador Juan de Grijalva compared the beauty of Tulum to Seville when he discovered this unique city.
After visiting Tulum we drove to Grand Cenote. This cenote is called open, although it has an enclosed area to which access is underwater. A natural freshwater pool surrounded by crystalline nature. The ideal place for a swim after visiting the ruins.
One hour snorkeling tour make a tour to swim surrounded by turtles and observe marine life that provide the coral reef.
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Dress code is smart casual
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
We were pleased with this excursion. They were on time and we felt safe. Our guide of Tulum was very knowledgeable and the cenote was amazing. Our only complaint was the snorkel experience. No one spoke English on the very small boat which I didn’t think was safe and once in the water we were pretty much left. Not really a guide showing us where to see anything. The water was also pretty choppy as well and didn’t see much. I would either take the snorkel part off completely or use a different company for the snorkel part.