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Tulum Beach: Our most recommended tours and activities

Riviera Maya: Turtles Snorkeling and Cenote Cave

1. Riviera Maya: Turtles Snorkeling and Cenote Cave

Embark on a half-day guided trip exploring ancient cenotes and enjoy the rare opportunity to swim with turtles at Akumal Beach. Enjoy round-trip hotel or meeting point transfers from Playa del Carmen, the Riviera Maya and Tulum. Arrive at Akumal Beach and enjoy the opportunity to swim with wild turtles. Put on a snorkeling mask and marvel at marine life as you float above the vibrant reef. Take a break and enjoy a delicious lunch of tacos or pizza. Bathe in the refreshing waters and experience a unique environment that was sacred to the Mayan people. Pick up your snorkeling gear for a unique view of the underwater world of cenotes. Finally, enjoy a smooth transfer back to the departure point.

Mayan Echoes: Chichen Itza & Tulum Self-Guided Audio Tour

2. Mayan Echoes: Chichen Itza & Tulum Self-Guided Audio Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map all in one. NOTE: This extensive journey spanning Chichen Itza and Tulum covers about 3 miles and is optimally designed to be completed in 2-3 hours. Upon activation, your expedition begins at the Tulum Archaeological Site, an emblem of Mayan coastal civilization. Your first encounter, Casa Cenote, introduces you to a freshwater sinkhole vital for Mayan rituals and daily life. Journeying forward, dive into the heart of the Mayan Port City Ruins. Unravel the significance of Pyramid El Castillo, also known as The Lighthouse, a beacon for ancient sea travelers. The Temple of the Frescoes stands next, a canvas of Mayan cosmology and daily life. A pause at Tulum Beach allows a refreshing interlude amidst turquoise waters. Transitioning to Chichen Itza, you're greeted by the magnificence of El Castillo, a pyramid echoing cosmic events. Nearby stands Tzompantli, a platform displaying intricate carvings hinting at sacrificial ceremonies. A short stroll leads you to the stunning Cenote Ik Kil, a natural pit revealing insights into Mayan spirituality and ceremonies. Venturing forth, stand before the Temple of the Warriors, a testament to ancient military prowess. The Ossuary unveils cryptic messages about life and death, and as you proceed, El Caracol showcases the Mayan astronomical mastery. Las Monjas, an elegant structure, caps off the tour with narratives of Mayan rituals and governance. By the tour's conclusion, you will have traversed time, gaining a holistic understanding of two of the most pivotal Mayan sites in history. Safe travels!

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