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Tulum and Cenote


  • Inclusions and Exclusions
  • Overview


  • Professional guide certified bilingual
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off in coach bus with AC
  • Entrance to Tulum
  • Tricitaxi ride on the way back from pyramid of Coba
  • Entrance to the Cenote
  • 1 bottle of water


  • Drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Meals
  • The Government and archaeological sites administration charges a fee for video cameras and tripods (Not included in rate, payable at the site if you bring this equipment)

Voucher Info

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Marvel at this incredibly preserved archaeological site which is nestled on a bluff above the shimmering waters of the Caribbean Sea. El Castillo, the Temple of the Frescoes, and the Temple of the Descending God are just a few of the remarkable works of architecture you see here. And enjoy swimming, just a few steps from the beach or have a walk around the site to seize your free time in Tulum. Afterwards, we head to an open sky cenote were you can dip for another refreshing time, as we spend 50 minutes on the site.


  • Entrances included to Tulum and the Cenote
  • 1 Bottle of water
  • Hotel pickup and dropoff included
  • Halfday tour
  • Excellent value for money

Full description

After morning pickups and a few time on the road, you will visit the archaeological site of Tulum.

Even though it’s not the only front beach archaeological site in the world as a lot of people think; it is the best preserved, and the largest. To access the main site, you have to enter through its walls and then marvel looking at the cliffs covered with ancient buildings and the turquoise Caribbean Sea. Even though it is large for a front beach site, it is quite small compared to other mainland sites. It was an active city by the time Spaniards came and it was because of them that the city became extinct, even though it was one of the last ones to be conquered.

Then it is time for another stop in our itinerary, we will head to an open sky cenote were you can swim in the refreshing waters. After 50 minutes on the spot, we are going to head back to your hotels.

Tulum and Cenote