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One of the most unique natural wonders of the Riviera Maya are the cenotes, these are created by an underground river system and are fresh water sink holes considered to be sacred. You will take a jungle tour in ATV's where the Mayans also believed...more
We visited Jungla Maya in the morning and then the Tulum ruins in the afternoon. We had two vans pick our group up at the resort and Seryando and Luis were our drivers and guides for the day. They were fun, informative and awesome guides...More
We booked the all day Tulum and Coba tours that included swimming in a cenote and lunch in a Mayan village. We loved it!! Our tour guide, Debby, was great. She was relaxed and had lots of interesting info for us. It was nice being...More
We booked with AllTourNative and did the Tulum ruins in the morning and Jungle Maya in the afternoon. Our guide was Pablo and he was amazing!!! He guided us through our entire day. We did about 6 ziplines ( even our 13 and 10 year...More
We booked this via info tours by nexus in our hotel.
It was amazing we did 5 zip lines including zip lining straight into a watery cave, rappelled down a sinkhole into water and snorkelled in caves with bats above and only the guides flashlight...More
I visited here with my husband as part of an organised trip.
We rode quad bikes first and then went into the jungle and absailed into a cave and flew on 5 zip wires, the last zip you fly into a cave and then go...More
We have just returned from Mexico Cancun the best day by far was the Jungle tour it's set in a park owned by the local community which makes a difference! Beautiful place great fun everything from zip lining over the jungle, quad biking, abseiling into...More
Booked through Thomsons and delivered by Alltournative, this was a great day out. First stop was the Jungle Maya park where we went to a Mayan ceremony, took 6 zip lines (enough to stop screaming and start enjoying!), rappelled into water, walked in the jungle,...More
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We just grab a brochure at the hotel and booked there. We've always found it better to talk directly to a live body to get the ins and outs of yours anyways. Yes a website would have been nice to see exactly what we were... More
We just grab a brochure at the hotel and booked there. We've always found it better to talk directly to a live body to get the ins and outs of yours anyways. Yes a website would have been nice to see exactly what we were getting into but we sure weren't disappointed!