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Chichen Itza, Coba and Tulum Private Tour with Lunch

1. Chichen Itza, Coba and Tulum Private Tour with Lunch

Discover the cradle of the ancient Maya civilization on a private tour of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chichen Itza. Marvel at the main monuments, such as the Kukulkan pyramid temple and the columns of the Temple of a Thousand Warriors. Learn more about their ancient beliefs at the observatory of El Caracol temple and other attractions. Then, cool down in one of the sacred underground swimming holes at the Ik-Kil cenote. Enjoy a buffet lunch before visiting the Lost City of Coba. Explore the network of temples by pedicab, and climb the tallest pyramid temple on the Yucatan peninsula for panoramic views of the rainforest.   End with a visit to the archaeological site of Tulum. Admire the main monuments of the only Maya ruins in Mexico located on the side of a cliff. Get stunning views of the Caribbean Sea and feel the soft white sand between your feet.

Cancun: International Airport Private Transfer by SUV

2. Cancun: International Airport Private Transfer by SUV

Skip the long lines for taxis on landing at Cancún International Airport and travel in the comfort of a luxury SUV-type minivan. Relax in air-conditioned comfort at the end of your long flight and benefit from plenty of space, ideal for groups or families, and your luggage. Travel in privacy, with no need for extra stops along the way. Your certified bilingual driver will take you directly to your destination in Akumal, Cancún, Playa Mujeres, Playa del Carmen, Puerto Aventuras, Puerto Morelos, or Tulum, depending on option booked. Benefit from fresh drinking water on board the vehicle to keep you hydrated and arrive at your final destination refreshed. The service is also available for departure flights with pickup from your hotel, private residence, Airbnb, or any other accommodation in the above-mentioned locations. 

From Cancun or Riviera Maya: Selvatica Jungle Zip Line Tour

3. From Cancun or Riviera Maya: Selvatica Jungle Zip Line Tour

Zipline, swim, and explore on a thrilling adventure trip at Selvatica Park in Puerto Morelos. Hop in a safari truck and venture through the jungle for an unforgettable day outdoors amongst lush nature. Hop in the shuttle bus and head to Selvatica Park or choose an option without pickup and make your own way to the park. Once there, take an adrenaline-pumping ride on 10 world-class zip lines. Unleash your primal Tarzan yell on the zip line coaster, Tarzania, the ultimate jungle ride. At the end of the circuit, you'll find the Aqua-zip. This zip line is optional, so you decide if you want to finish dry or get soaked. After your zip line experience, jump in a special safari truck and be transported to a private for cenote for a swim. A cenote is a naturally formed water hole and is the perfect way to freshen up and relax. The tour lasts for approximately 3.5 hours and concludes with drop-off at your starting location.

Chichen Itza, Coba and Ik-Kil Cenote: Private Tour

4. Chichen Itza, Coba and Ik-Kil Cenote: Private Tour

Enjoy a private 11-hour trip to 3 top Yucatan attractions, arriving at Chichen Itza before the crowds. Chichen Itza was recently named one of the New7Wonders of the World. Walk along the columns in the Temple of 1,000 Warriors. Climb El Castillo, the 98-foot-tall pyramid that towers over the ancient grounds. Learn about Mayan culture and history. Continue to Ik-Kil Cenote, a fresh water swimming hole that the Mayans considered sacred. Climb down into the cenote for a dip in the mineral-rich turquoise waters, then refuel with a traditional Mexican buffet lunch. After lunch you’ll visit Coba, yet another ancient city, where you can climb the tallest pyramid on the Mayan peninsula.

Private tour: Cancun City, Mayan Museum & Cenote with lunch

5. Private tour: Cancun City, Mayan Museum & Cenote with lunch

Explore Cancun and see it in a whole new light on a guided tour of the Mayan Museum while learning about Mayan history. Refresh yourself on this one-of-a-kind private day tour, take a dip off the beaten track, and explore the real market. Join this unique journey to discover the city's most iconic and lesser-known sights while learning about history, culture, and local traditions. Start with a guided tour of the Mayan Museum to learn all the secrets of Mayan history, visit an uncrowded Mayan ruin, and move on to the next stop. Drive to the suburbs to cenotes off the beaten track, swim in deep blue, crystal-clear waters, pass through caves and take beautiful photos surrounded by nature. End this incredible journey with a visit to a traditional and authentic market in Cancun and take the opportunity to discover and find beautiful and authentic Mexican handicrafts at the best prices. Take the opportunity to ask your guide about restaurant and activity recommendations in the area, and enjoy a tour that combines nature, culture and history.

From Cancun: Cenote/Cavern Diving in the Riviera Maya

6. From Cancun: Cenote/Cavern Diving in the Riviera Maya

For experienced divers, try scuba diving in cenotes (cavern diving) in Mexico's Riviera Maya. Explore these surreal holes in the middle of the jungle that take you to another world with their unique rock formations, light beams, and other one-of-a-kind characteristics. Arrive at the meeting point and start by filling in a medical statement. Then, get taken to the cenote of your choice to do two tank dives. Choose between four cenote options: • Cenote Chac Mool is a dive site ideal for people that have never tried this activity before. It is an easy and relaxing dive combined with nice cavern formations and memorable light beams. • Cenote Tajma Ha is a very decorated cavern with stalagmites, stalactites, and light beams. This cenote also has a halocline: the edge between fresh water and saltwater. • Cenote Dos Ojos ("two eyes" in English) is a cenote with crystal clear water. This cenote is part of the longest underwater cavern system, the Sac Actun. It offers a relaxing dive with scenic cave formations and light beams. • Cenote Zapote and Maravilla is a combination dive of two cenotes. The Zapote is known as “Hells Bells” because of its bell-shaped formations. The Maravilla cenote features a huge chamber with a strong light beam. After exploring the cenotes, enjoy a typical Mexican lunch before being taken back to the meeting location in Cancun.

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What people are saying about Cancún

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 27 reviews

Such a fantastic experience and a necessary part of any Mexico trip. Sergio and his crew were super professional and kind. They helped us get over our fear of heights and have a safe and adrenaline-filled zip line tour and cenote swim. Please take this tour if you are looking for both sights and thrills and a very friendly crew to help make your vacation even more memorable.

Perfect transfer. Despite the delay of the plane and the luggage, the transport was waiting for us. Fast and efficient when we don't want to wait for a bus to get to the hotel. I will do it again.

Everything went great. We waited 1 hour at the airport until we were finally out. Very nice reception and also the driver very friendly.

Reliable service. Unfortunately, it wasn't available as a return to the airport from my hotel in Tulum.

On time was there before I arrived very nice the company made sure to triple check my info :)