Tours and Tickets by Adventure Tour Center
Travelers come to the Riviera Maya from around the globe to visit cenotes, divine swimming holes fed by underground rivers. There are many to choose from, with some passing as “secret” swimming holes deep in the jungle—though they can actually be crowded tourist affairs. Instead, let a guide take you to three unique cenotes near Tulum so you can free-dive, cliff-jump, and snorkel at each of them. Plus, your guide takes photos and provides them to you for free so you can focus on swimming.
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Katrine F wrote a review Aug 2020
Caldwell, Idaho9 contributions
My husband and I really enjoyed this experience. Carlos was an awesome guide. He was very knowledgeable and funny. If you do one thing in Tulum, it should be this. The cenotes were unlike anything else we’ve ever seen. More than worth the price and if we were here longer we’d do it again. Make sure to bring extra cash if you want to take home the pictures the park photographer takes of you. Thanks for everything Carlos!…
Geronimo F wrote a review Aug 2020
Cicy Hutapea wrote a review Jul 2020
Review of: Coba Ruins with Cenote and Lunch from Tulum
Me and my son went there for mother&son vacation. Went to Coba Ruins and plunged at cenote. Our trip was fun. Giulio was so excellent as a tour guide. Polite, kind, and friendly. I highly recommend him(Giulio) to arrange your activity in Tulum.
Date of experience: August 2019
Eva N wrote a review Jul 2020
ksvikng wrote a review Mar 2020
Montreal, Canada8 contributions8 helpful votes
An amazing adventure, I really recommend this day trip. The highlight was the snorkelling in the lagoon, with such variety of fish to see. Thank you Connie and Riccardo for being such wonderful guides and for being so patient. The Tulum site was quite crowded, but our guide expertly brought our group through the site and made it all make sense. It was a wonderful day and the highlight of our trip!…
Date of experience: March 2020