Animal encounters
Caves & Cenotes
Country and people
Exploring and Adventure
Animal encounters
Snorkeling with turtles
Boat ride and snorkeling

Animal encounters
Caves & Cenotes
Country and people
Exploring and Adventure
Animal encounters
Snorkeling with turtles
Boat ride and snorkeling
Mayan Ruins
  • chacchoben 01Visit the unique Mayan ruins of Chacchoben. Chacchoben is located in the south of the Yucatan Peninsula and is not yet known to tourists, such as Chichen Itza.  Chacchoben is 6 square kilometers in size but only a small part is open for the visitor, the rest is still been excavated and restored. Visit Fort San Felipe, the fort was built in 1723 to protect the village from pirates. Have a boat tour on the lagoon Bacalar,  a 49 mile long and 1,5-mile wide lagoon which is fed by many cenotes with freshwater, go swimming to refresh yourself.

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  • chichen-itza-equinoxChichen Itza is visited every day by thousands of tourists. Visit Chichen Itza before the mainstream of visitors get to the ruins and enjoy the peace and solitude while your guide explains everything about the city and the Maya. Next visit Coba, once one of the most important cities with the highest pyramid in Yucatan, it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico.
    After your visit you will have a real Maya lunch!!

  • chichen-itza-equinoxChichen Itza is visited every day by thousands of tourists. Visit Chichen Itza before the mainstream of visitors get to the ruins and enjoy the peace and solitude while your guide explains everything about the city and the Maya. Then you’ll drive to a beautiful restaurant in the jungle for a real Maya lunch, next you can choose going to a cenote where you can go swimming or visiting a Maya family in the jungle!!.

  • coba 23Visit the mystical Mayan Ruin City of Coba, only 40 miles west of the Riviera Maya and approx. 115 miles southwest of Cancun, once the biggest and most important City in Yucatan, climb the Pyramid Nohoch Mul and enjoy the fantastic view over the jungle.  Go swimming and /or snorkeling at beautiful Grand Cenote.

  • coba 23Visit the mystical Mayan Ruin City of Coba, only 40 miles west of the Riviera Maya and approx. 115 miles southwest of Cancun, once the biggest and most important City in Yucatan, climb the Pyramid Nohoch Mul and enjoy the fantastic view over the jungle.  Visit a Mayan family at their home in a little village deep in the jungle.  Have a jungle walk in Punta Laguna and observe some of the 500 Spider Monkeys living there in their natural habitat.

  • coba 23Visit the mystical Mayan Ruin City of Coba,  once the biggest and most important City in Yucatan, climb the Pyramid Nohoch Mul, and enjoy the fantastic view over the jungle. 

    Shore excursion for cruise ships in Cozumel -  6 hours. + 2 hour for roundtrip cruise ship - Playa del Carmen!

  • ek balamVisit Ek Balam (Mayan for "black jaguar").
    Ek Balam is probably one of the most beautiful Mayan ruin cities, though few buildings have been excavated is definitely worth a visit, if only for the well-preserved Frescos at the excavation site. After lunch in Valladolid, you'll visit the old colonial town, visit the monastery. and go for a swim at cenote Zaci.

  • coba 23Visit Tulum one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayans, serving as a major hub for Coba, it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. Visit the mystical Mayan Ruin City of Coba, only 40 miles west of the Riviera Maya and approx. 115 miles southwest of Cancun, once the biggest and most important city in Yucatan, climb the Pyramid Nohoch Mul and enjoy the fantastic view over the jungle.  Go swimming and/or snorkeling at beautiful Grand Cenote or you can go instead to visit a Mayan family in the jungel!.

  • Tulum RuinsVisit Tulum one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayans, serving as a major hub for Coba, it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. Go swimming and / or snorkeling at beautiful Grand Cenote.

    Shore excursion for cruise ships in Cozumel -  5 hours. + 2 hour for roundtrip cruise ship - Playa del Carmen!

  • Tulum RuinsVisit Tulum one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayans, serving as a major hub for Coba, it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. 

    Shore excursion for cruise ships in Cozumel - 3,5 hours. + 2 hour for roundtrip cruise ship - Playa del Carmen!

  • Tulum RuinsVisit Tulum one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayans, serving as a major hub for Coba, it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico.Have a real adventure beneath the jungle in a cave system.

  • Tulum RuinsVisit Tulum one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayans, serving as a major hub for Coba, it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. Go snorkeling at the lagoon of Yalkoo, a former natural Mayan harbor and caved in cave system.

  • coba 23Have breakfast at the old colonial town of Valladolid, visit the monastery, the cathedral, and the tequila distillery. Visit the mystical Mayan Ruin City of Coba, only 40 miles west of the Riviera Maya and approx. 115 miles southwest of Cancun, once the biggest and most important city in Yucatan, climb the Pyramid Nohoch Mul and enjoy the fantastic view over the jungle.  Have a typical Mayan lunch and go swimming and/or snorkeling at beautiful Grand Cenote.

  • Ek Balam 33On this 3-day Yucatan Round-Trip, you’ll see the real Mexico. You’ll visit Ek Balam,  Chichen Itza, and Uxmal, as well as the colonial city Merida. You will swim in cenotes to refresh yourself and go on a round trip over the famous Paseo de Montejo in Merida. You’ll stay over 2 nights in a hotel in Merida, close to the Zocalo, and you can see a reenactment of the Maya ball game or any other event on the day we are there. You'll visit a  chocolate factory. where they make chocolate based on 3000-year-old Mayan recipes and you'll visit a Maya family in a Mayan village deep in the jungle to see how they go about their life! 

  • dzibanche 11On this 2-day Yucatan Round-Trip, you’ll see the southern part of Yucatan. You’ll visit Maya ruins almost untouched by tourism, like Dzibanche, Kohunlich (the valley of the masks), and also one of Mexico's magic cities, Bacalar. In Bacalar, you will visit the old Fort San Felipe and go on a boat trip on Bacalar lagoon (the lagoon of 7 colors) 

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