Eco-Adventure Tours

Tours & Eco-Adventures

There are adventures aplenty to be had at and around Maya Tulum to suit just about every body and every inclination.

Like to swim and snorkel?
Our reef is an underwater paradise of vividly colored fish, glowing coral, and intriguing marine life. There are great snorkeling spots near the Tulum Ruins which are just about 15 minutes north of Maya Tulum.

Love nature and wildlife?
In May, June and July you’ll enjoy watching the Caguama turtles trekking laboriously up the deserted beaches to lay their eggs in the sand.

Love exploring ancient ruins and civilizations?
Some of the most impressive Mayan ruins in the world are right on our front doorstep.

Maya Tulum’s half and full day adventure tours make it fun and easy for you to do and see as much as possible.

Tour availability may change, so please check with the front desk for updates. Please sign up for all tours at least 24 hours in advance at the front desk. A cancellation policy does apply.

Tulum, the only Mayan coastal city, was considered to be a trading center. The Tulum ruins perch atop fortress-like limestone cliffs overlooking the white, sandy beaches and turquoise waters of the Caribbean coast. Price includes entrance fees to the ruins, guide and bottled water.

Minimum 4/Maximum 12
Sunday 8:30am-12:30pm
The calm, clear Yal-Ku Lagoon is perfect for beginner snorkelers. Multi-colored tropical fish are everywhere – if you’re lucky you might catch a glimpse of the huge king-parrot fish – along with interesting coral formations. The lagoon’s mixture of fresh and salt water is wonderfully refreshing after a long day at the beach. Yal-Ku is a very special ecosystem, so please help to protect it by not wearing sunscreen or feeding any of the fish. Round trip transport, guides, snorkeling gear and entrance fees included where applicable.

Minimum 4/Maximum 12
Monday 1:30pm-5:30pm
This full day adventure includes a guided tour of the coastal ruins of the ancient Mayan trading post of Muyil (where Ixchel, the moon goddess was worshiped), a 2-hour boat trip across wetlands, a visit to a secret Maya temple, and a dip in an ancient canal built by the Maya. Cost includes bilingual guide (English, Spanish, or French) air conditioned transportation, entrance fees, boat trip and appetizer.

Minimum 4/Maximum 12
Tuesday 11:00am-5:00pm
Once a prosperous, bustling Mayan city of about 50,000, Coba is located among five lakes in the middle of the jungle. One of the most outstanding features of Coba is the incredible number of sacbe (elevated roads) that connect parts of Coba with other Mayan cities.

Minimum 4/Maximum 12
Wednesday 9:30am-2:30pm
Marvel at thousands of stalactites, stalagmites and natural sculptures as you wander through the 5 million year old Aktun Chen Caverns. This tour starts with an introduction to local flora and fauna, followed by a short hike to the entrance of the caves. Once inside, you’ll learn the fascinating story of their formation. Later, enjoy a refreshing dip in the Xunaan-Ha Cenote. (A cenote is a fresh water sink-hole or cavern pool). Cost includes guided tour at Aktun Chen, entrance fee at Xunaan-Ha Cenote, and roundtrip transportation.

Minimum 4/Maximum 12
Thursday 10:30am-2:30pm
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