Mayan ruins

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Our tours - Mayan Ruins

Chichen Itza

Come and see the enigmatic Chichen Itza archaeological site, located in the Yucatan peninsula which was considered an important ceremonial center for the Mayan civilization.

Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1988, in 2007, the temple of Kukulcán is recognized as one of the seven wonders of the modern world,

The Kukulcán pyramid, better known as the Castle, is one of the paradigmatic buildings of Mayan architecture.

Admire the buildings of this ancient Mayan city, such as the Market of a Thousand Columns, the Temple of the Warriors, the ball game, the Temple of the Jaguar, the observatory, among others

The tour includes

  • Round transportation from your hotel or meeting point
  • Certified on board guide
  • Admission and visit to the Eco tourist center and
  • Sacred Cenote
  • Regional buffet style food (drinks not included)
  • Admission to the Chichen Itza archaeological site
  • Visit to the City of Valladolid, Yucatan

What to bring

  • Wear comfortable shoes
  • Hat or cap, sunglasses
  • Bathing suit and towel
  • Drinks not included
  • Biodegradable sunscreen
  • Money for tips and souvenirs

Departures: Monday to Sunday

Ask about the national rate

Adults: Over 12 years Younger: 5 to 11 years old

It includes:

  • Transportation from your hotel or meeting point
  • Certified guide on board
  • Admission and visit to the eco-tourist center and cenote
  • Regional food, buffet style
  • Admission to the archaeological site of Chichen Itza
  • Visit to the city of Valladolid

Itinerary:
Between 6:45 and 7:45 am Pick up at your hotel or meeting point

  • 8:15 am – Departure from the main departure center
  • 10:45 am – Visit to the ecotourism and swim in the cenote Suy Tun
  • 12:15 pm – Lunch in traditional Yucatecan food restauran
  • 2:30 pm – Guided tour inside the archaologica side of Chichen Itza
  • 5:45 pm – Visit to Vallladoid
  • 20:00 / 21:00 pm – Must be arriving back to your hotel

All schedules and order of visits are approximate at the disposa of the mexican goverment,
the use of the video camaras in Chichen itza is subject to an additional charge that is paid at
the box office located at the entrance of the archaelogical zone

What to wear:

  • comfortable cothes and shoes
  • Cap or hat and sungasses
  • Swimsuit and towels
  • A set of dry cothes
  • Biodegradable sunscreen and mosquito repellent
  • Photographic camara
  • Cash for tips and purchase of souvenirs

Departures Monday to Sunday

Drinks not incuided



Chichen Itza

Come and see the enigmatic archaeological site of Chichen Itza, located in the Yucatan peninsula which was considered an important ceremonial center for the Mayan civilization.

Inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1988, in 2007, the temple of Kukulcán is recognized as one of the seven wonders of the modern world,

The Kukulcán pyramid, better known as the Castle, is one of the paradigmatic buildings of Maya architecture.

Admire the buildings of this ancient Mayan city, such as the Market of a Thousand Columns, the temple of the guerre ros, the ball game, the temple of the Jaguar, the observatory, among others

The tour includes:

  • Transportation Small group van from selected hotels and meeting points in Cancun, Puerto Morelos and Playa del Carmen
  • Entrance and guided tour of the archaeological zone
  • Breakfast box

What to bring

  • Wear comfortable shoes
  • Hat or cap, sunglasses
  • Swimsuit and towel
  • Drinks not included
  • Biodegradable sunscreen
  • Tip and Keepsake Money

Departures: Monday to Sunday

Ask for the national rate

Adults: Over 12 years Younger: 5 to 11 years old

Come and enjoy one of the most spectacular archaeological sites in the Rivera Maya. Coba is considered one of the most important Mayan ruins on the Yucatan peninsula. Unlike other archaeological sites in the area, you can climb the 120 steps of the highest Mayan castle and the primary temple of this pre-Columbian city. The view from the top of Nohoch Mul is breathtaking!

Includes:

  • Round-trip air-conditioned transportation
  • Entrance to the archaeological site
  • Bilingual guide certified by the federal government
  • A ride on a tricycle
  • Bottled water
  • Umbrellas to protect yourself from the sun or rain
  • Wet towels after the tour
  • Deli type lunch
  • Way back to the hotel

What to bring:

  • Hat
  • Biodegradable sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Extra money for souvenirs

This tour is not recommended for people with reduced mobility. Minimum age: 8 years

Hidden in the lush jungle of the Yucatan peninsula, EkBalam is considered one of the most beautiful Mayan cities and, without a doubt, one of the best preserved. During this tour our expert guides will show and explain everything about the Mayan culture, the various majestic structures and the impressive glyphs that decorate the ancient walls of this metropolis, which at the time was of great influence. The highlight of the visit is climbing the Acropolis, where the tomb of King Ukit Kan Lek Tok is located, from which, on a clear day,
you can see up to the Coba and Chichén Itzá pyramids. After the guided tour, you will have the opportunity to tour the site on your own and enjoy lunch and a refreshing drink on board while heading back to the hotel.

Tour includes:

  • Small groups.
  • departures from your hotel or meeting point
  • transportation in round-trip air-conditioned van.
  • Entrance to the archaeological site of Ek Balam.
  • Bilingual guide certified by the federal government.
  • Bottled water
  • umbrella to protect yourself from the sun or rain.
  • Wet towels after the tour.
  • Deli lunch and drinks

What to bring:
Hat, biodegradable sunscreen, sunglasses, Comfortable shoes
extra money for souvenirs, camera


This tour is not recommended for people with reduced mobility.
Children 8 years old

On this half-day tour, you’ll be guided through the most spectacular and well-preserved Mayan ruins along the Yucatan coast. With our knowledgeable guides, you’ll learn all about the rich history of the Mayan Civilization and the ruins of Tulum. After the guided tour you’ll have some free time to explore by yourself or take a refreshing dip in the Caribbean Sea before heading back to your hotel. Round trip transportation, entrance fees and professional guide included.

Included:

  • Round trip A/C transportation
  • Certified guide
  • Bottled water
  • Light snack
  • Guided entrance to Tulum site
  • Umbrellas for rain or sun
  • Refreshing face towels

We recommend that you bring:

  • Swimwear
  • Comfortable footwear
  • Beach towel
  • Hat/cap
  • Biodegradable sunscreen and repellent
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Extra money

Not recommended for guests with limited mobility.

These two archeological sites are well known by our visitors from many parts of the world. Tulum that is located on the shores of the coast,
and Coba wich is separated has the tallest ruins on the zone.

Let our guides take back in history where all the ruis where the center of a civilization both ruins can offer you amazing views, Coba from the highest places and Tulum from their amazing shorelines

Refresh your body at the cenote and have some great mexican dishes with rice, beans, tortillas !

If you haven’t been on the 5th avenue dont miss this oportunity, in our way back we will pass by Playa del Carmen,
you’ll find plenty stores, restaurants, souvenirs and many other intresting hardcrafts.

What includes:

  • Round trip transportatios with air conditioning from your hotel (Pick up time depending on your area)
  • Professional guides
  • Acces to the archaeolical zone of Tulum
  • Acces to the archaeolical zone of Coba
  • Acces to the cenote
  • 1 Buffet
  • Free time on the 5th Av of Playa del Carmen

Itinerary:
Pick Up scheduled depending on your area

Get ready to enjoy a day chock full of history, culture and adventure! Walk through the mysterious and ancient city of Tulum. Get familiar with the most majestic and best-preserved ruins of the Mayan culture alongside an expert guide who will explain the details of this ancient Mayan trade center. Listen to the alluring tales of times past and picture the town when it was bustling with Mayan people!
After the guided tour, take your time journeying through the archaeological site on your own, or jump into the ocean from the hidden beach behind the Mayan castle at the foot of these fascinating ruins.
At our next stop, jump into two unique cenotes (or natural sinkholes). Cenotes are found in only a few locations worldwide, and here in the Mayan Riviera, they form the longest chain of underground rivers in the world. Explore the impressive caves and ancient rock formations. A rare and fascinating learning experience.
Continue your journey as you wade into the most beautiful estuary, where fresh water from the underground rivers combines with salt water from the sea to create a dazzling environment teeming with aquatic life. Beautiful, colorful and lively, the shallow rock-reefs are the perfect area for snorkeling making Yal-ku a hidden gem along the Caribbean coast.
Finish your adventurous day by basking in the sun as we treat you to a delectable, beachside lunch.

Itinerary:

  • 09:00 – Arrive to Tulum Archeological site.
  • 09:15 – Tulum guide tour.
  • 10:00 – Free time to enjoy the beach and the site on your own.
  • 10:45 – Depart to the cenotes
  • 11:10 – Swim in the cenotes
  • 12:00 – Depart to Yalku
  • 12:30 – Arrive to Yalku and snorkel activity.
  • 13:30 – Depart to lunch.
  • 14:00 – Lunch 
  • 15:30 – Depart to hotels.

Included:

  • A/C land transportation
  • Professional eco guide
  • Entrance to the archaelogical site of Tulum, Yalku and Cenotes
  • Snack on board our vans (bottled water, fruit and crackers)
  • Snorkel gears (mask, snorkel, fins)
  • Life jacket (mandatory)
  • Lunch

Guests are recommended to wear bathing suit under their clothing and comfortable clothing and footwear, water shoes, biodegradable sunscreen and repellent, sunglasses, beach towel, a change of clothes, underwater camera and extra money.

Minimum suggested age 8 years-old. Guests must be relatively fit and must be able to swim.
Not recommended for guests with limited mobility.
For safety reasons, we do not recommend participation on any snorkel activity if you are pregnant, have respiratory problems, injuries, back/neck issues, heart conditions, or conditions that can cause loss of consciousness.

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