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Aventuras Mayas

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Playa del Carmen, Mexico
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About Aventuras Mayas
We are committed to create unique and unforgettable adventures for our guests by providing warm and personalized attention; our excursions aim to show you the beauty and mysticism of the Mayan culture while enjoying the adrenaline rush of our adventures in a family and eco-friendly environment.
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Tulum Ruins, ATV Extreme, and Cenotes Tour from Riviera Maya

Explore the ruins of Tulum along the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula and learn about their historical significance, drive an ATV through the Maya jungle, and snorkel in an underground cave known as a cenote on this all-day, adventure-packed tour from Riviera Maya. Plus, dine on a traditional Mexican buffet lunch between activities.
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7 hours
from $119.00

Mayan Adventure Snorkeling Tour from Playa del Carmen or Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya hosts a range of natural snorkeling spots, but locating the best sites on your own can be a challenge. Experience the full variety of the region and gain insight into its natural wildlife, traveling with ease to three different snorkeling sites, including an ocean inlet, underground river, and cenote. Benefit from your guide’s snorkeling expertise and save time finding a meeting point with hotel pickup and drop-off included.
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7 hours
from $99.00
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Tyler wrote a review Yesterday
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Just did this excursion, here are some things to keep in mind. We found the price pretty reasonable for the day (128USD). We recommend bringing water shoes if you have them for the lagoon and cenote. All the locations have lockers to put your possessions in. From our resort Bahia Principe Akumal the distance of driving to the locations was pretty close which was nice 20-30mins at the most. We had 4 activities for the day snorkelling in the lagoon, 3 ziplines, ATVing, swimming in a cenote and lunch. Now something we were not aware of is depending on how the day is going they may reorganize your activities, which happened to us. We started with the snorkelling in the lagoon in Akumal. They offer 2 types of life jackets the old school ones you inflate by blowing into it and regular life jackets. They ask if you are and strong swimmer or not and give you the respective one. The old school ones un-inflated still make you float and if you want to dive down a bit in the lagoon you can, with the new life jackets you won’t be able to. Lots of fish to see but the water is a bit murky and nothing to special. The path leading to the lagoon is very rough but short there is a place to put towels and shoes so you can wear them up until you get into the water. We then headed to the location where the zip lining, ATVing, cenote and lunch is located another 20ish minute drive. Now this is where our day got shuffled around a bit we ended up doing the lunch first which was really good (tacos) but it was really early like 10:30. We then did the 3 zip lines which was fun and they are pretty high lots of steep narrow stairs however if you have limited mobility. After the zip lining we did the cenote which was really nice, again there is a place before you get into the water where you can leave your shoes. The cenote is really nice you have to wear life jackets, the water is very clear and pretty cold, lots of bats flying around, you’re able to climb up onto the rocks and jump in if you’d like. We then finished with the ATVing which was a lot of fun they go pretty fast. The route is on roughly 11 miles of forest terrain. They try to sell you a lot on getting the ATV insurance 15USD for the first driver and 10 USD for the second. It’s up to you whether to take it or not we took it because I just felt safer in case anything minor happened and they tried to charge us 100-1000s of dollars. Overall our guide Francisco was very good and kind. We would have preferred finishing with the cenote because you get hot and very dusty from atving. There are showers at the atv place but we didn’t want to be wet on the bus ride back. The whole day they are taking pictures of you and then you have the opportunity to buy them at the end for 55USD. We didn’t because that’s a lot for pictures, it’s too bad they don’t charge like 25USD because I think a lot more people would buy for that price.
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Date of experience: August 2022
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Tiya G wrote a review Aug 5
Vancouver, Canada3 contributions1 helpful vote
Jamie was amazing. Super informative and helpful. Highly recommend. They provided water and umbrellas. They also give you your own time to walk around.
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stevenburrows wrote a review Aug 3
Northwich, United Kingdom40 contributions56 helpful votes
We had a fantastic time snorkelling in the open Cenote, and in the caves ending with an hours snorkelling with the fish in the lagoon. A fantastic experience lasting 6 hours in total. We had lunch provided which was delicious. Alejandro was out guide and was brilliant. Really helpful and informative. I highly recommend this experience.
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Shawn H wrote a review Jul 2022
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Great experience! Our guide, Marvin was great. Not a bad thing to say about him. He was friendly, personable and had a great knowledge of the Mayan history and the local flora and fauna. The cenotes were beautiful. Cliff diving and zip lining into the open cenote was great. Pictures were a little pricy but worth it because our photographer did an amazing job. Unfortunately we were not able to snorkel at the ocean inlet for long because of thunder and lightning. We would definitely use this company again.
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Date of experience: July 2022
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Treva W wrote a review Jul 2022
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Everything about this was excellent. Transportation, guides, food, everything was 5 star. Was our first time on ATVs, swimming in Cenotes, and visiting ruins…we’ll have to the zip line next time.
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Date of experience: July 2022
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