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Religious & Spiritual Activities

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Coba, Tulum, Cenote and Mayan Village Tour with Transport

1. Coba, Tulum, Cenote and Mayan Village Tour with Transport

During this tour, visit Coba, an ancient city lost in the rainforest, where the tallest pyramid on the peninsula stands 42 meters tall. Climb and contemplate a spectacular view from the top of it. Take a ride on pedicabs conducted by native Mayan people, find lost temples and pyramids, and learn the true significance of the date 21.12.2012, engraved into one of the columns several centuries ago. After Coba, visit the picturesque city of Tulum, placed on the edge of the rock, see the temple of murals, the ancient lighthouse, the high-class house, and take some pictures by the majestic ruins and Caribbean sea. Also visit a small Mayan village. Traditionally, Mayan people still live near the source of fresh water, and this is why you will take a swim in a cenote, see where modern Mayan people live, and enjoy a lunch based on traditional Mayan recipes. 

From Cancun or Playa del Carmen: Mayan Purification Ceremony

2. From Cancun or Playa del Carmen: Mayan Purification Ceremony

Immerse yourself in Mayan daily life and traditions on this tour. Start your tour with a visit to a small Mayan community in the middle of the jungle. Meet with your shaman and learn all about the ceremonial rituals before entering the temazcal, an all-natural steam bath that will help detox your body and mind. After the ceremony, sit down to a traditional Mayan lunch before visiting a local village. Here, enjoy a guided tour and learn more about the Mayan peoples' traditions and lifestyles. Finish with a refreshing swim in a cenote before heading back to your hotel.

Cancun: Private Underwater Cenote Photo Shoot Experience

3. Cancun: Private Underwater Cenote Photo Shoot Experience

Get picked up or head to the meeting point in Cancun and prepare for a special private experience you're sure to remember. Learn some breathing techniques at the cenote and then start posing for underwater shots, as directed by your professional photographer. Receive the collection of amazing photos a week later. Before you begin the photo shoot experience, listen to a briefing and learn some breathing techniques to help you hold your breath longer underwater as well as some tips and tricks to help you relax in the water. Not a confident swimmer? Don’t worry, there are many areas you can hold on to or stand on. Your photographer will be a professional diving instructor who will help guide you through poses as he takes amazing photos of you in the water. This is great for individuals and couples who are looking for unique, Instagram-worthy mementos. Besides getting amazing photos, this unique experience will allow you to connect with nature in a magical cenote. Cenotes were highly sacred to the Mayan people as they were believed to be the gateway to the underworld. There will be a quick break in between the photoshoot where you can rest a little bit before diving back into the water to add more photos to your camera roll. Return to the meeting point or to your hotel.

From Cancún: Incredible Tulum and Coba Ruins

4. From Cancún: Incredible Tulum and Coba Ruins

Soak up the fascinating history and stories of the Mayan people in this tour from Cancún to the ancient ruins of Tulum and Coba. Start your journey with your expert guide picking you up directly from your accommodations. Sit back and relax as you travel to Tulum where you will enter the archaeological zone to see the pyramid-shaped structures up close. Listen as your guide tells you about the ancient inhabitants. Snap some pictures of the gorgeous scenery and majestic-looking temples before cooling off in a comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle on your way to the Coba ruins. Visit one of the important ruin sites on the Yucatan Peninsula, the Coba ruins. Stand in what once was the center of a buzzing mecca with more than 50,000 inhabitants. Let your guide weave the rich tapestry of Coba’s history before you get some free time to wander around the fantastic site. End the tour with a delicious local lunch before heading back to your accommodation.

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What people are saying about Tulum

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 18 reviews

Very successful trip, small deductions ...

A great trip and a long day! Of course, the transfer times take the longest. On the one hand, because all passengers must first be collected, and on the other hand, because you simply have to drive a few kilometers. Positive: we were informed by phone about the delay in picking up in the hotel lobby. The van was well equipped (air conditioning and WiFi), but there was a lack of legroom, which is annoying and uncomfortable on these long journeys! Unfortunately, our tour was a linguistic mix, as the guide kept switching between Spanish and English. It will be difficult to keep up and you have to be extremely attentive! Otherwise a great guide with a lot of background knowledge. At the individual stations there was always free time after the tour by the guide, in which you could explore everything yourself. There was always chilled water. The food was mediocre. The visit to the Maya village at the end might have been canceled.

Good selection of places to visit. Each one is different. Since it was combining people from different locations to fill up the big tour bus, it took a long time to get to the first stop. We waited to be pick up by a shuttle van at 7am but we didn't get on the tour bus until 8:30am. We had lunch at 3pm which is too later. The lunch was buffet and pretty good. However, some food ran out since we were at the end of the line. The tour company did try to get us back faster via toll roads. Then had shuttle vans to transfer us back at a good location so return trip is much faster. Really appreciate them doing this since everyone is tried at the end of the day.

Great trip

The excursion itself was awesome and so was the travel agent. but it was also very confusing he spoke Spanish and English alternately, sometimes it was hard to get around but the places are beautiful.