Some of the best Tours
A fascinating cultural immersion with a local nature guide who share the mysteries of Muyil archaeological site. Hike through the forest to the shore of the turquoise water lagoon of Chunyaxche.
Delve into the jungle and visit a "chewing gum camp", discover one of the ways of life of the Mayan Culture; meet the gum process, a legacy from our ancestors, fall in love with the turquoise of the lagoons of Sian Ka'an.
This tour is in the biggest natural protected area in the state of Quintana Roo. It is an ecological tour for people interested in nature, in ecosystem, plants and birds. Although we occasionally see raccoons, snakes, crocodiles and manatees.
Depart from the beach and set off towards the ruins of Tulum on board a 25" boat, taking only minutes to arrive. Once there your day will be filled also with an opportunity to appreciate a great view of the Tulum ruins from the west side and take very unique pictures, right in front of this ancient site, there is a great spot to swim and snorkel.
A 4X4 Jungle Crossing, Cenote, Snorkeling & Kayaking. Cost US$ 119 Adults / US$89 Children (6-12)
Visit the city of Cobá. Meet the people of Pac Chen. learn about local flora and fauna. Enjoy a zip line crossing, rappel 45 feet down into and swim in the sacred Jaguar Cenote, canoe on and swim in "Mojarras Lagoon", and savor a delicious lunch prepared by the local Mayan women. Cost: US$ 139 Adults / US$ 105 Children.
Enjoy the ultimate in cavern diving while exploring the mysterious and secret environs of the Mayan jungle and its ancient underground rivers. One Tank US$ 80 / Two Tank US$ 110 / Duration: 4 hours aprox
The Caribbean Sea hides an incredible and colorful world under its waters and is waiting to be discovered by you! Departures to the reef, by boat from the beach with all the equipment included. One Tank US$ 75 / Two Tank US$ 90 / Night Dive One Tank US$90 per person (min. 4 people) Duration: 4 hours aprox.
Immerse your self in the real Mayan land by joining our expedition. After crossing the jungle, visit the ruins of Coba, where the highest pyramid in the Yucatan peninsula offers a great view over the jungle. Cost: US$ 130 per person
Explore the recent selected World Wonders, Chichén Itzá, the most famous archaeological site on the Yucatan peninsula. This excellent reconstruction makes the ancient city a “must-see” destination. After the Mayan’s ruins, enjoy the quiet atmosphere of the historical colonial city of Valladolid. Cost: US$ 130 per person