Tulum Ruins And Akumal Turtles Combo Tour

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Free Cancellation
  • Duration: 6 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    7:00 AM Times are subject to change due to local traffic conditions.
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Pick up starts at 7am, you will be contacted by email with your exact pick up time and place. We pick up from major hotels in Cancun and Riviera Maya. If your hotel is no.. read more
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

This tour combines two amazing activities. First, you'll step back in time and discover the Tulum Mayan ruins. Later, you will swim in an area known for marine turtles and a variety of multicolored fishes into the natural beauty of the Akumal Bay.

Highlights

Small group ensures personal service

Snacks and Beverages included

Informative, friendly and professional guide

Snorkel gear included

Know More about this tour

You will be picked up from your hotel and start an unforgettable adventure journey. The first stop will be Tulum. At this place, you will be accompanied by a specialized bilingual tour guide. You will be transported back to the Pre-hispanic times while listening to the history of this great ancient Mayan City and its importance within the Mayan culture. Tulum is a walled city where, besides of having one of the most stunning turquoise-blue water Oceanfront view, it shares its natural and cultural treasures alongside the second largest Coral Reef in the World.

Then, you will go to the next stop which is the beautiful Akumal Bay, which means "The Place of the Turtles" in Mayan. Located around 25 minutes from Tulum, this place offers a world-class snorkeling experience. Akumal is a natural protected area that hides into its warm turquoise-blue waters an amazing and immense underwater world such as: multi-colored fish species, natural sinkholes with crystal clear water, underground caverns and rivers, lagoons and of course, the home of this fascinating marine turtles. You can swim in an area known for marine turtles and learn how to care of them.

Then, you will also enjoy a exquisite Mexican lunch in one of the best Akumal Restaurants. You will head back to your hotel after this, ending a great experience with nature and culture.

Inclusions

Bilingual guide

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Snorkeling at the coral reef

Healthy snacks (fruit salad, cereal bar and vegetarian sandwich)

Water and Juice

Entry/Admission - Tulum Archaeological Site

Entry/Admission - Akumal Bay

Exclusions

Nature reserve fee ($10 USD per person)

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

What to Bring: Towel, sandals, sunglasses, hat, shirt for sun protection, biodegradable sun lotion, extra cash for tips and souvenirs

Traveler Reviews

  • 12-Sep-2016

    We did the Tulum and Swim with the Turtle tour with Beatriz as a guide. She was Terrible. I have been on many tours in the area and she was by far the worst. I will never use this company again due to this.
    A guide should be interactive with the group to make it a fun day. I have been on many tours where the guide will talk about the area as you drive through it.
    Beatriz did non of this.
    We spent 40 mins in Tulum only. Felt very rushed through. She did give us some info, but we had no time to view the area. Told us of a couple buildings and then rushed to the cliff to take a picture or two,then out of the park. She used the back entrance so we didnt get to see the local market there either. Tulum is a very beautiful place and it would have been nice to spend some more time there and take the beauty in.
    We were served lunch on the way to Akumal. A bun with 1 piece of ham and 1 slice of cheese on it, a tiny bag of chips, cookie and a bruised up apple. It would have been nicer to stop at a local place for a meal and the experience.
    We went to swim with the turtles next. We did not get any fins. A Mask and snorkel only.
    She would then swim ahead with her fins as she was able to use them,and then we had to rush to catch up. She kept telling us to keep up. She blamed George Bush about the fins. And when asked she just said some things in life just aren't fair. Pretty rude comments. All the other tours and people seemed to have them on.
    We spent about 45 mins in the water. We did see some turtles and they are very majestic. They didnt seem to mind we were there. Not many other types of fish in the area, I would have thought we would have seen more types of fish.
    On our way back Beatriz got out in Playa and left us with the driver who spoke little if any English. I have never had a guide just leave the tour before the end.
    We made the most of the day with our friends, but the day could have been so much better.
    All in All, Beatriz was a negative guide who made the day

  • 21-Aug-2016

    The experience could've been better. I was so disappointed with our tour guide. It was a big group of us and two tour guides Beatriz and Marcos. My group had Beatriz, she was so rude, would leave us behind and seem to get annoyed with our two babies. Marcos was amazing on the contra

  • 19-Aug-2016

    The main reason as to why my experience on this tour wasnt so great was mainly because of the tour guide Beatriz. She was horrible. Very dry, not animated or friendly at all. She rushed us through the tour. She didnt allow us to take pictures nd was more focused on us not getting her in trouble.