TOURS

 
 
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MORE THAN JUST A PARADISE

There are many great things to do and see in Tulum and our location is close to many of Tulum's amazing attractions. Our tour guides will take you to any of the sights you would like to see!  All of our retreats offer sightseeing experiences as part of our packages.
 

 
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GRAND CENOTE

Chief among the cenotes of the Riviera Maya is El Gran Cenote or Grand Cenote, located about twenty minutes inland from Tulum on the road to Coba. As its name implies, this is a very large cenote set amongst jungle greenery. Among its attractions are the caverns that are accessible from the cenote. You can easily swim or snorkel to investigate their interiors which hold underwater stalagmites, stalactites, and columns that are geologic marvels.

Tour Duraction: 3 hour
What to Wear: please wear a swimsuit, water shoes and suitable clothing(rashguard or long sleeve shirt; light long pants; sun glasses; sun hat or cap)

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bike tour to a secret cenote

A 20 minute bike ride takes us to the entrance of Sian Kaan reserve where we walk over a rickety bridge over the mangrove with extraordinary views and new perspectives on the area. Kayak, snorkel and swim through this serene, private water or just relax on the stunning deck.

Tour Duration: 3 hour
What to Wear: please wear a swimsuit, water shoes and suitable clothing(rashguard or long sleeve shirt; light long pants; sun glasses; sun hat or cap)

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Mayan Ruins of Tulum

Enjoy a leisurely bike ride tour to the beautiful Mayan Ruins of Tulum, built over 700 years ago it is well preserved and it boasts its own, inviting beach.  Once we arrive we hire a local Mayan historian to take us on a tour through this beautiful historical site. 

Tour Duration: 3 hour
What to Wear: please wear a swimsuit, water shoes and suitable clothing(rashguard or long sleeve shirt; light long pants; sun glasses; sun hat or cap)

 

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CLIMB A PYRAMID IN COBA

The archaeological site of Coba, surrounded by five lakes, is still largely hidden in the sub tropical vegetation. It contains about 6500 structures spread over nearly 70 km. This is the most important site of the Yucatán Peninsula that can only be compared with Chichen Itza his eternal rival, Archaeologists believe that Cobá had a population of 50 000 inhabitants (and possibly more) at its peak.

Tour Duration: 3 hour
What to Wear: please wear a swimsuit, water shoes and suitable clothing(rashguard or long sleeve shirt; light long pants; sun glasses; sun hat or cap)

 
 

TOURS ARE INCLUDED IN ALL OF OUR SIGNATURE WELLNESS RETREATS.
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