Guided tour

Cenote Trail: Caves Visit and Bike Tour

4.9 / 5

18 reviews

Cenote Trail: Caves Visit and Bike Tour

From US$ 109 per person

An inspiring journey through the high forest on the outskirts of Tulum allows you to discover the variety of caves, caverns, and cenotes that are hidden underneath the jungle of the Yucatan. Explore secluded cenotes by bike, far from the crowds.

About this activity

Free cancellation
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Covid-19 precautions
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Duration 5 hours
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Live tour guide
Spanish, English, French, German, Italian
Small group
Limited to 10 participants


  • Immerse yourself in the Mayan underworld
  • Snorkel in the underground rivers
  • Learn about the Prehistoric past of the Yucatan
  • Walk through a dry cave full of stunning formations
  • Cycle along quiet jungle trails
Full description
Head out to discover the variety of caverns and caves that fill the Mayan forest. Cenotes were considered by the ancients as portals into the underworld, allowing us entry into another realm of the earth. You will ride through a quiet forested road to explore 3 different cenotes. Explore the wonderful Grand Cenote just as it opens, avoiding the crowds of tourists, followed by a a delicious brunch in the forest, located in a beautiful environment along a jungle trail. This leads us to other cenotes where you can swim, snorkel, and jump in crystal clear sinkholes and underground rivers, while learning about the prehistoric past of the Yucatan peninsula on this great bike tour from Tulum. Surrounded by lush vegetation, you will enjoy riding a quiet jungle path surrounded by the sounds and colors of nature.
  • Quality urban bikes and helmets
  • Professional guide during the entire excursion
  • All activities and entrance fees
  • Snorkel tour of Gran Cenote
  • Swim, Snorkel & jump in Cenote Escondido & Cristal
  • Delicious brunch in a secret jungle lodge (including fresh fruit and a gourmet sandwich)
  • Hotel pickup/drop-off
  • Gratuities
Not suitable for
  • People with mobility impairments
Covid-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • You must keep social distance while in vehicles
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds
Traveler requirements
  • You are required to bring and wear a mask
  • You must fill out a travel information form

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Meeting point

Mexico Kan Tours Office Avenida Tulum in the center of Tulum Pick up can be arranged at extra cost

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Important information

What to bring

  • Comfortable shoes
  • Swimwear
  • Sunglasses
  • Breathable clothing

Know before you go

  • The distance covered is approximately 19km with plenty of stops
  •  Suitable for any adult comfortable on a bike and teenagers over 12
  •  For bookings that include children under 12 (min 8 years old), the supplier can organize a private tour at extra cost
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.9 /5

based on 18 reviews

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A wonderful deep dive into the famous tulum cenotes. Our tour guide was generous in sharing his wealth of information, which included everything from the history of their formation to local tales regarding the goblins that guard them at night. The cenotes speak for themselves as well, of course. They are dazzling from both underwater (prepare to see the wildlife with your snorkel gear) and the air (backflips off the rope swing are not required, but they’re encouraged). We even stopped for brunch at a private B&B-esq mini resort, where the owner prepared the most delicious bowl of fruit I have genuinely ever tasted. A tip from an insider- when you get there, let the pig kiss you. Best part of my day. And get ready to do some off road biking, nothing too challenging but the perfect chance to dry off in between cenotes

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August 13, 2021

We had an amazing time! We had a private tour with our group of 5 with Carlos. (We were asked to make our tour private as my daughter is 8 and they were afraid she would set a slow pace, she didn't by the way. I did though! That is my only complaint that we had to pay more for a private tour.) It was a challenging ride for 3 mid-aged ladies and 2 kids. But not too much. We made it and felt accomplished. Carlos was amazing! We love him and can't say enough good things about him! Ask for Carlos! The cenotes were all different but wonderful and it was great to experience them all and have a guide to take us to all of them. The lunch meal was wonderful and refreshing. I'd highly recommend this tour!

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June 5, 2021

We had a beautiful bike ride to 3 Cenotes. Frank, our guide, is a local to the area and took us to a popular Cenote (Grande Cenote) early in the morning to avoid the crowds, giving us some freedom to see the turtles, bats and fish close. He gave us plenty of time to explore this beautiful cave. We then headed to a quiet and scenic brunch spot in the jungle that offered very fresh food (the owner grows many of his produce in the garden!). We biked through the jungle to the next 2 Cenotes where we met other Mexicans enjoying their vacation. These 2 Cenotes were more open and gave you opportunity to dive in and see the an underwater lily garden. An experience to remember, if you have the stamina and time, highly recommend!

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May 27, 2021

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