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Tulum Ruins




Visit the famous site of the Tulum Mayan Ruins. This walled seaport, the only Mayan city on the water, had the purpose of trading turquoise and jade for the Ancient Maya. See the famously photographed “Castillo” (Castle) that has the beautiful backdrop of the Caribbean Sea.

From there begin your snorkeling adventure with a boat tour in front of the Tulum Ruins and see them as the Spanish would have when they arrived. Snorkel on the second largest coral reef in the world. Continue the snorkeling journey and enjoy a cooling off in Gran Cenote (one of the freshwater sinkholes unique to the Yucatan Peninsula). Cenotes were sacred to Mayans for their healing properties because they are full of minerals from the limestone base here. Here you can swim and snorkel in the clear waters. End this awesome day with lunch and beach time at Zulum restaurant, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Cenote Swim
Tulum Beach
Tulum Beach
Tulum Snorkel
Snorkel Tulum
Ruins from the Sea
Lunch Time
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Explore the ruins, snorkel in the ocean and then in a cenote! 


The Deatils

  • Group Size: 12 People maximum

  • Languages: English & Spanish


  • Transportation for up to 12 people

  • Official guide

  • Tulum & Gran Cenote site fees

  • Cenote swim and snorkeling

  • Snorkel equipment

  • Tulum boat ride

  • Lunch at the beach club

  • Non-alcoholic drinks


  • Personal expenses 

  • Alcoholic beverages

  • Tips


  • Comfortable walking shoes

  • Sunglasses

  • Hat

  • ONLY biodegradable sunscreen and mosquito repellent

  • Swimsuit

  • Sandals

  • Tips for you guide / driver


A portion of the proceeds from the tours that we offer are used to fund the Dreams for Mayan Children foundation. You have the option to enjoy a day tour and combine that with a volunteer trip in the village. Travel with a purpose! ​

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