Mayan Ruins of Tulum Tickets

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Maya Ruins of Tulum, Cenote Mariposa, and Riviera Maya

  • Duration: 6h
  • Live guide in English, French, Spanish
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Tulum & Cenotes: Half-Day Tour

  • Duration: 6h
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Mayan Ruins of Tulum: Fast Track

  • Duration: 3h
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Maya Ruins of Tulum, Cenote Mariposa & Playa del Carmen Day Tour

  • Duration: 10h
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Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Cobá Archeological Site, Cenote & Playa del Carmen

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About: Mayan Ruins of Tulum

One of the last cities inhabited by the Maya people, Tulum was once an important trading hub, generating enormous wealth exporting jade and obsidian. Now, it's a fascinating city-museum, with well-preserved temples and stunning coastal views.

Tuesday 08:00 - 16:15
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:15
Thursday 08:00 - 16:15
Friday 08:00 - 16:15
Saturday 08:00 - 16:15
Sunday 08:00 - 16:15
Monday 08:00 - 16:15
Mayan Ruins of Tulum
Carretera Federal 307, Cancún - Chetumal Km 230, 77780 Tulum, QROO, Tulum
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Cenote Mariposa is a popular tourist site located north of Tulum. It's home to the deepest underwater cave passage we know of, reaching depths of 118 meters. The cenote is known for great snorkeling and cave diving – but a refreshing dip is also an experience not to be missed. Many full-day and half-day trips include a swimming stop at Cenote Mariposa.
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The glorious Xel-Há Park is an eco-friendly tropical paradise on the Caribbean coast. It's full of incredible adventure and breathtaking natural sights.
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Jungle Maya Native Park, located in Tulum, Mexico, is an outdoor paradise for jungle-based fun. It is home to the main entrance of the Sac-Actun system, the world's longest underground river. The park has a variety of outdoor activities, ranging from family-friendly to downright adventurous. Enjoy zip-lining, rappeling down into a cenote, snorkeling, and cave diving.
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Delphinus Xel-Há is a dolphin sanctuary and activity park located in the eco-minded tourist resort of Xel-Há, on the Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo, Mexico. The park offers visitors the opportunity to swim with highly trained dolphins in beautiful surroundings, as well as a host of other leisure activities and attractions.
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Akumal Monkey Sanctuary & Rescued Animals is an animal conservation and rehabilitation sanctuary located in Akumal, Mexico. The sanctuary cares for around 55 species (~200 animals) and is located roughly seven minute's drive from Akumal beach.
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Caleta Yal Kú
Close to Akumal Mexico, you will find Yal-Kú Lagoon, a wondrous tropical paradise that is almost secluded. This is the perfect spot to experience an astonishing ecosystem, which is home to colorful fish and a peaceful ocean breeze that will make you want to stay forever. Relax in a hammock admiring the sculpture garden featuring bronze and stone statues, get to know aquatic life, and enjoy some delicious food and beverages. Lal-Kú Lagoon also offers palapas (open cabins) to enjoy with the family and friends so you have a spot of privacy at one of the most beautiful treasures in the Riviera Maya.
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