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Xenotes: Adventure Tour at Mayan Cenotes

Highlights
  • Mayan cenote adventure tour in the Yucatan
  • Snorkel and kayak in four swimming holes amid aquatic flora and fish
  • Rappel down rock walls in a semi-open cenote and zipline over an ancient cenote
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Xenotes: Adventure Tour at Mayan Cenotes
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Overview
Explore the Yucatan jungle's flooded sinkholes, or cenotes, during this 10-hour guided eco-adventure. Paddle through the underground caverns on kayaks, snorkel in the subterranean aquatic habitats and float on the azure water on inner tubes. Listen as your guide recounts Mayan folktales about mythical guardians that protect these sacred water sources. This small-group tour, limited to 19 people, includes snacks, a gourmet picnic lunch and round-trip hotel transportation. 
What to Expect
Following pickup at your hotel in the morning, board the comfortable tour vehicle and settle in for the ride to Puerto Morelos. Get to know your small group while enjoying coffee, pastries and chocolate. Learn about the unusual geological formations that you are about to visit, a network of underground caves connected by subterranean rivers. 

Each cenote represents a different element: earth, water, fire and air. Hear about the Mayan legends and mysticism that surround these sinkholes and the myth of the alux, or spirit beings that guard the cenotes.

Rappel down the rock walls of Lu’um (earth), a young and semi-open cenote. Here, water flows horizontally and connects to the aquifer through tunnels and caves. Finally, Zoom along parallel ziplines at Lik’ and feel your adrenaline pumping on this high-flying adventure across the pool. Enjoy swimming in the slow-flowing water of this ancient cenote, which is fully exposed to the lush vegetation due to its collapsed walls.

K’aak (fire) is an open cenote with underground currents, surrounded by vertical walls and interesting landscapes. Interact with nature as you paddle a kayak or float in an inner tube amid the verdant jungle. Visit Ha’ (water), a cavern cenote with aquatic fauna and beautiful rock formations, and explore underwater gardens of water lilies in a stunning natural setting. Snorkel in calm waters with great visibility as you come face to face with colorful fish.

Eat a gourmet picnic lunch accompanied by beer, water, wine and coffee before returning to your hotel for drop-off. 
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Reviews (111)
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Reviewed 1 week ago
AMAZING EXCURSION

MANUEL IS THE MAN! We had the absolute best time on this tour. I believe I saw one of my tour mates leave a review right before me! HI!! I echo everything she said! This was an incredible adventure. There's no cell phone service and...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank Absolutelylegit
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fantastic day of adventure

We took this tour as part of the experience of staying at Hotel Xcaret Mexico but would have paid for it as it was an amazing day out. Our guide was Luis and he made the day so much fun and made an effort to...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Easteals
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
An exileratiing adventurous Day Trip

Noah our Tour Guide was exceptional. I believe he made the adventure that much more fun. He was knowledgeable, humorous and a real down to earth individual. One couldn't ask for a more fun filled day. Kayaking, Zip-lining, Repelling and cliff jumping were amazing. I...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank kanz560
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great and complete tour

This tour takes you to know 4 types of cenotes added with activities like snorkeling, kayak and zipline. Great landscapes, everything is very good organized. It provides towel, food, bathrooms which are lovely adapted, pick up service and more. Food is great, amenities too and...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank TrippingSara
Reviewed October 27, 2018
A must if you like an adventure and want to really experience the jungle and unbelievable water and sights.

We had a tour guide and a photographer the whole day to escort, teach us, and show us a Cenotes experience. We stay together as a small group of about 10 of us. It was fun to get to know the rest of the people...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Lise K
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Response from vreepartyof5 | Reviewed this property |
You could probably google map it but we stayed in Rivera Maya and it was about 45 min ride to the first cenote. Then an average of 20 minutes between denotes. Despite the travel time, it was worth it. Amazing day that my... More
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