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3-in-1 Discovery Combo Tour: Tulum Ruins, Reef Snorkeling Plus Cenote and Caves

Highlights
  • Experience the sights and culture of Yucatan in just one day 
  • Snorkel, swim, hike, and explore the Ruins of Tulum 
  • Save time and money on this convenient and cost-effective tour 
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3-in-1 Discovery Combo Tour: Tulum Ruins, Reef Snorkeling Plus Cenote and Caves
From US$109.00
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Overview
See the best of Yucatan in just one day on an action-packed tour from Cancun, the perfect choice for travelers with limited time. Experience the different cultural facets of Mexico as you explore the archaeological site of Tulum, snorkel in the Caribbean Sea, and hike jungle trails that lead to limestone caves. Convenient and cost-effective, this tour eliminates the hassle of organizing each activity separately, and includes all entrance fees, a buffet lunch, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
What to Expect

Your day trip begins with pickup from your Cancun hotel. Board an air-conditioned vehicle destined for your first stop, the archaeological site of Tulum. Beat the midday crowds with early arrival, and embark on a guided tour of the Mayan ruins, enhanced by a backdrop of the Caribbean Sea.

After free time exploring independently, return to your coach bus and travel to the Caribbean Sea. Here you can enjoy free time to snorkel amid coral reefs teeming with marine life.

Next up is a jungle hike, during which you can enter a cave replete with stalagmites and stalactites. The tour culminates with a visit to Cenote Caracol. At the cenote, cool off with a swim in limestone-filtered water.

Your guided tour ends with drop-off at your hotel.

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Reviewed today
BEST TOUR EVER!!!!

First of all we did other excursions that were great but this by far was the best. I cannot say enough about our tour guides Fernando and Jack. Fernando was so informative about Tullum. Jack is a diver and I was reluctant to go snorkeling....More

Thank Mia L
Reviewed 4 days ago
Best way to experience Tulum! Don’t Miss!

The bus and our wonderful guide and driver, Esther and Manuel, picked us up at our hotel right on time. The ride was very comfortable and well narrated. Tulum was AMAZING. On the snorkeling trip we saw several turtles, rays and barracuda. Esther is a...More

3  Thank 941lande
Reviewed 5 days ago
Fabulous Tour (NOT ideal for toddlers)

This tour was fabulous! Full disclosure mid-day we had to leave early because our son (15 months old) had enough in the humidity and walking around. I highly recommend this tour, but I do not recommend this tour with toddlers. It's a very long day...More

Thank Jamie T
Reviewed 1 week ago
Jam-packed tour!

I would highly recommend this 3-1 tour with Ocean Tours. Gabby was our tour guide and she was fantastic. She was very knowledgeable about Mayan culture and history and was able to make this (long) day very enjoyable. Everyone should visit the Tulum ruins but...More

1  Thank Joshua R
Reviewed 1 week ago
BEST tour of our trip

We did the Tulum, Cenote, Tulum tour with Freddy. He was absolutely amazing! I really can’t say enough great things about him. Even though his wife had just had their first son the night before he was still ready to go and attentive. Everything from...More

1  Thank khanek175052
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17 July 2018|
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Response from Mary-Ann V | Reviewed this property |
We did this tour today and there were a couple of girls in the group that wasn't too good swimmers, but it went really well. When we went snorkeling they brought a couple of life rings so that you could hold on if you got... More
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