A truly magical experience that takes you into the depths of Tulum's subterranean world, on a snorkelling expedition through beautiful corals, underwater cenote adventures through otherworldly limestone passageways, and deep into the fascinating history and culture of Tulum.
This day experience is a fantastic 3-in-1 combo tour, that includes a guided visit of the Tulum ruins, a snorkelling session in a stunning inlet, and a visit to a cenote and flooded cave. Begin your visit with an early arrival to a Mayan archeological site, where your passionate guide will give you an excellent overview of the history and great insight into the culture of this fascinating civilisation.
You will then drive to a bay, where you can take the opportunity to snorkel with colourful Caribbean fish, turtles and stingray in this calm, quiet area where there are no waves or currents.
Complete the experience with an exploration of a magnificent private cenote: an exclusive cavern where you’ll walk and swim through a series of chambers and galleries, all boasting beautiful rock formations. Finally, you’ll be taken back to Tulum town at the end of one of the most magical Mexican days you could ever experience.
Discover the subterranean world of the Yucatan on a private cenote adventure
Snorkel with spectacular wildlife at a stunning sheltered inlet
Get to know the fascinating history and culture of the Mayan civilisation
Our mission with our ecotourism agency is to promote sustainable tourism, minimize our impact on local communities, lands and ecosystems and make you live an unforgettable experience outside the mass tourism circuits.
We are a little ecotourism agency in Tulum with 15 years’ experience promoting the conservation of the natural and cultural heritage of the Yucatan peninsula.
Your day begins when you meet your guide at the centre of Tulum at 8am and drive to ancient Mayan ruins. After a guided tour here, you’ll head to your snorkelling spot, where you can swim around the warm waters before you enjoy lunch on the coast.
After this, you’ll head to a private cenote most tourists don’t get to visit, exploring the subterranean world here, before being dropped off back in Tulum at around 3:30 pm.