Tulum Ruins & Cenote Tour
50$USD / deposit per person
Tulum Ruins And Cenote Tour
Price: $2300 MXN or $115 USD
Discover the mystical Mayan ruins of Tulum and refresh in the crystal clear water of the cenotes.
Experience the magic of Tulum Ruins And Cenote Tour this unique archeological site located straight by the Caribbean Sea, learn about the mystical culture that gave birth to countless stories. Then, take a short ride to the heart of the jungle to refresh in the crystal clear water of the cenotes, discover a whole new world of adventure in these natural treasures.
Are the Tulum ruins worth seeing?
These Mayan ruins perched on beachside cliffs are certainly worth checking out but don’t expect a magical experience unless you do a little planning. It looks much different than other Mayan sites in the Yucatan. Make sure to visit the site first thing in the morning right when it opens at 9 am.
Can you climb Tulum ruins?
Our travel agent told us that you can climb and walk on the Tulum Ruins. As opposed to Chichen Itza, you no longer can walk and climb on it during the tour.
Why was Tulum abandoned?
By the end of the 16th century, Tulum was abandoned as European diseases and epidemics decimated the population. Archaeologists have evidence that the population was killed off by the Spaniards when they introduced Old World diseases into the area as a way to destroy the native population.
Which is the best cenote in Tulum?
- Cenote Cristal is one of the best cenotes in Tulum and one of the closest to the pueblo.
- Dos Ojos (Two Eyes) is the most famous cenote, made up of 5 cenotes including its namesake cenotes: the Blue Eye and the Black Eye.
- Scuba lessons at Casa Cenote.
What do you wear to a cenote tour?
Wear a swimsuit that is comfortable for you so you can fully enjoy each of the cenotes and its activities without having to worry about anything else. If you are very sensitive to the sun, we recommend you use a rashguard with a sun protection factor, to avoid using chemicals as blockers that harm the environment.
What is a cenote tour?
Cenotes are natural sinkholes that expose groundwater underneath. Navigate through breathtaking caves and caverns and discover the history of stalactites and stalagmites as you explore the ancient rock formations up close! Next, snorkel through an incredible lagoon brimming with aquatic life.
Departure Time8:30 am
Return Time1:30 pm
Once we have received your deposit within 24 hours we will send you a confirmation email with suggested items to bring on the tour.
- 08:30 am — Reception at the shop to try on equipment.
- 09:00 am — Tulum ruins.
- 11:00 am — Cenote time.
- 1:30 pm — Return to the shop.
- Be at least 8 years old.
- Reasonably fit.
- Fill out our DAN COVID-19 Questionnaire.
- How far are the sites from the shop?
- About 5 minutes drive from Tulum ruins and 15 to the cenote.
- How big are the groups?
- We take a maximum of 6 people per guide to enhance your experience.
- Do I need to pay any extra fees?
- No, the only money we suggest is for souvenirs if you’d like to check the shops around
- If I’m not a strong swimmer, can I still join the tour?
- Not a problem! The cenotes are very tranquil, and we will provide you with life jackets and all equipment needed.