2-in-1 Half Day Trip to Tulum from Cancun

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Book our 2-in-1 Half Day Trip to Tulum from Cancun where you will live with your skin the history, architecture, and even interact with once sacred spots.

2-in-1 Half Day Trip to Tulum from Cancun Prices

  • Adults $49
    USD per person
  • Kids (-11) $35
    USD per person
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Once you book, we’ll send you a confirmation email with the exact pickup time.

We’ll arrive at your lobby and the driver will step off the vehicle to call you by your name.

After the activity we’ll bring you back to the exact pickup spot.

Tulum is considered as the surfing Mayans with a whole different architecture and social dynamics as they had to be prepared for hurricanes and sailing.

Discover the magic of the Mayan culture, in the turquoise waters of a superb cenote where you can lay, swim and enjoy the crystaline water.

What to expect from our 2-in-1 Half Day Trip to Tulum from Cancun

Your hotel lobby will be the starting point of your 4-in-1 Tulum, Coba, and Cenotes Tour from Cancun. The driver will go down to your lobby and call you by your name.

The only location where you can locate Mayan ruins is right on the beach in Tulum. It was one of the final Maya cities to be inhabited and constructed, and it even managed to last another 70 years after the Spanish took control of Mexico. Cliffs was formerly a significant commercial and political hub due to its location on the Caribbean Coast.

Its stunning white sand beaches and exquisitely blue waters, which rival the best of the Caribbean, have made it one of the most well-known Mayan sites today.

You have free time to enjoy the area after a guided tour of the archaeological site. The visit lasts about two hours, which includes free time for independent exploration of the neighborhood. The cenotes Chen-Ha and Mariposa are our next stop.

The Mayan Jungle surrounds the cenotes Chen-Ha and Mariposa, which are a short distance from the Tulum Archeological Zone. Snorkelers who love the outdoors will find the clear waters and stunning caverns ideal.

For the Maya Civilization, the cenotes were sacred locations. They are a part of the largest underground river system in the world and are currently one of the top tourist destinations in Riviera Maya. It also features some of the largest cave systems yet discovered.

After cooling off in this natural sinkhole’s water, we’ll travel on to your hotel or the meeting location.

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