Tulum Ruins 4 Cenotes & Giant Sculpture - Cancun

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 10 Hrs
  • Language:
  • Departure Time :
    07:30 AM Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    If your hotel is not on the list, contact us, we have transport service available or we can provide you with a meeting point.
  • Return Details :
    Returns to original departure point
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Take a fascinating Tulum ruins tour and swim at de best Cenotes.

You'll explore the incredible Mayan ruins of Tulum. This ancient Mayan city sits atop a cliff overlooking the Mexican Caribbean Sea and was once an important port for trade. Now visitors can explore the impressive architecture of Tulum Mexico with an experienced guide sharing tales of this magnificent culture.

After exploring history, it's time for nature and swims in a cenote. Lunch in the Chococacao sanctuary is included in the tour as well.


  • Hotel pickup included
  • Lunch included
  • Snorkel gear included
  • Free drinks included
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide

Know More about this tour

After hotel pickup in Cancun, you'll head on a guided tour of the ruins of Tulum. See the pre-Columbian temples facing the Caribbean Sea. The views you get from here are simply breathtaking.

Learn from your guide about the main important buildings and about the history of the Maya culture. Then, enjoy some time on your own taking pictures and walking around. Once you have finished thetour around Tulum, youwill get to Aktun Chen Park. Here, you'll swim and snorkel in an underground Cenote. Also at Aktun Chen Park you can go on an exciting guided tour into a cave that goes deeper and deeper into the heart of the Mayan land.

After an incredible time, you will head back to your hotel. Your tour includes equipment and lunch.



Hotel/port pickup and drop-off

Use of Snorkelling equipment

Tulum tickets

Air-conditioned vehicle

Entry/Admission - Tulum Archaeological Site


Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)


Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Not recommended for pregnant travelers

No heart problems or other serious medical conditions

Not wheelchair accessible

The duration of transfers are approximate, the exact duration will depend on the time of day and traffic conditions

Note: Please bring a towel, biodegradable sunscreen, comfortable clothes and shoes

Stroller accessible

Near public transportation

Infants must sit on laps

Certified sanitation of transport unit

This tour includes personal kits with disinfectant gel and face cove

OMS stipulated distance between seats during transportation.

We are measuring body temperature before boarding with infrared thermometers.

Most travelers can participate

This experience requires good weather. If its canceled due to poor weather, youll be offered a different date or a full refund

This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Face masks provided for travelers

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Social distancing enforced throughout experience

Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas

Gear/equipment sanitized between use

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Guides required to regularly wash hands

Regular temperature checks for staff

Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

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  • 03-Sep-2022

    Never again! Airbnb, needs to crack down on tour companies using its platform to promote a false sense of an Airbnb experience. There were so many things terribly wrong with this “experience.” Allow me to break down my experience as Follows:  I was told by Gabriel the driver was in my hotel lobby and he was looking for me, he wasn’t. I was standing outside when the driver pulled up. FIRST RED flag.  I began receiving calls and text messages from Trip Advisor. Strange because I didn’t book any Cancun tours with them. I messaged Gabriel and asked him what was going on and if this tour hosted by a tour company. He lied and asked me to ignore and block the calls and text messages from the tour company.  I reconfirmed with the tour guide, Christian about this tour, and he assured me that everything was okay. At that time, I received a called from tour company telling me that I have got on the wrong bus. I asked him to speak with the phone representative as I don’t know what is going on (at this point, I lost interest in this tour).  I would not advise this experience to anyone, specifically a solo lady traveler. About the tour: < Once the Christian checked the attendance and collected the $15 dollars, he proceeded to hand everyone their lunch bag which included 1 of each sandwich, apple, juice box dessert cookie and breath mint. < The first stop on this tour was the Tulum ruins. A few others and I were asked to join another tour guide (from another company) that spoke English. We arrived at this stop shortly after 11:20 am and needed to meet the bus no later than 12:30PM. Hence, were not able to conclude with the full ruins tour. This portion of the tour was super rushed. < Next, we arrived at Muyil and saw another ruin/temple and then to a break for lunch. Respectfully, the lunch was the highlight of the entire “experience”. < WE DID NOT STOP AT ANY BEACHES!!! Upon arrival to the Cenote, I took note that this Cenote looked NOTHING like what is pictured as being a part of this experience. Guests climbed down a “hole” with over 80 steps to get to the water. I can’t swim and only desired to take photos. The tour guide Christian insisted I should have some excitement and swim even though I mentioned to him I can’t swim. He jokingly suggested that he should push me in the water. Not cool. Lastly, we stopped at Playah de Carmen 7:30Pm, giving the group and hour to walk around. Upon return, the bus was nowhere to be found! I had to contact Gabriel to help me hunt this bus down. Totally not a great feeling at all. At the end, the driver dropped me to the main entrance of the hotel security checkpoint. Christian (tour guide called me a cab to drive me the rest of the way to the hotel. Once I entered the cab, THAT DRIVER had the child lock on! This was an Airbnb experience from hell! I will NEVER book this experience, and I will not recommend it to anyone else, particularly ladies traveling alone! This “experience” lasted 15 damn hours!! Killed my entire day!

  • 28-Aug-2022

    4 Cenotes, Giant Sculpture, and Ruins Tour very LONG day. 7:30am-9:30pm They advertise that they speak English but, because the majority of the group was spanish speakers that was what was spoken most of the time. There had to be a special effort to speak to the few of us that spoke ONLY English. The Ruins I found to be not that interesting. I liked the Cenotes although our tour guide did a horrible job of keeping our group together. At one point we were told to go to the van in the parking lot and we could not even find the driver had to walk around the lot for while and eventually come back to the guide and tell him that we could not find the van. When driving back to Cancun from Tulum it was raining and on the main road there was some issue with the truck driving right in front of us. I was dozing off and woke up to the van slightly slamming on its brakes. I noticed with the rest of the van two men harassing our driver apparently they threw something at our van and instead of our driver backing off away from the truck who was trying to cut us off he was driving very close to the truck and it was very frightening. One of the passengers next to me told our bus driver something in Spanish and he backed away from the truck. Apparently told him to back off. That blew me away just the fact that he thought it was okay to put everyone life in danger . If I were to do this all again I would do a much shorter tour. The ruins and lunch with one Cenote. No shopping or Giant sculpture stop. The Giant sculpture took way too much time. Long line of people taking photos with this sculpture. We were just ready to get to the good stuff. The bus ride was going to be 2 hours already without this long photo stop.

  • 14-Jun-2022

    AMAZING ! The tour guide was super cool & diving into the cenotes was unbelievable! The water is so clear. The caves are amazing. The whole staff working there is super welcoming. I love how humorous they are. Definitely recommend!

  • 25-Apr-2022

    A Nice visit to Tulum and refreshing swimming in the cenotes. Although 1 hour in Carmen beach felt bit rushed and not sure what we could have done in the end of the day and the guide in Tulum is not included in the price.

  • 15-Aug-2021

    We visited some amazing sites and had a great time, however I warn you, this is not an 8-10 hour tour it’s 14 hours. We were not totally prepared for that but, it really was a lot of fun! Especially swimming in the cenote caves!! And the Tulum ruins

  • 19-Jul-2021

    Bus stopped in every town to pick up people until they filled bus. We got to Tulum at noon at this time I was so angry that pid 100usd for a cab to take me back to hotel. Viator has refused to refund me. Note: this was a 139 dollar tour per person, we were 2!

  • 25-Jun-2021

    Fantastic day! We used Altournative adventures and tours Tulum, Coba, Chi Much cenote and enjoyed lunch in a Mayan village. Our guide was so knowledgeable and friendly! She even arranged for us to get a Mayan certificate for our anniversary. The only reason I give this 4 stars instead of 5 is because it is a LONG day. We all agreed seeing one of the ruins would have been enough. Even though they are spectacular. I recommend two excursions if you want to see multiple ruins. It was a lot. And by the 9th hour of your excursion each ruin starts to look the same. Other than that it was a spectacular day! The food in the village was amazing. The cenote was breathtaking. Couldn’t ask for more!!

  • 24-May-2021

    Be careful to pick this tour. We had a worst experienced. From pick up time towards the entire trip. They pick up us late, second we transfer 3times in the bus. After they settled everything about transportation they put us on a wrong tour. They gave us a different one. They don’t even informed us that tulum was closed for almost a week. But they never say anything. Instead they pushed us to take the tour that they have. We tell the guide we did not booked that trip because we already did It before. They said if we don’t want to go, we have to pay our own transportation going back to the hotel. And one of the guide was so rude. In other words whatever you see in their add was totally different of what you are going to get. So be careful of what you booked and make sure you had a copy of what they offer. It is a total disaster. We booked a tour to Tulum with Coba and two cenote plus supposed to be snorkel gear are included but we didn’t get it.

  • 07-Feb-2021

    Jamie and George assisted us on our zipling experience while on our honeymoon and we couldn't recommend them more! Such high spirits, great teachers and amazing people. The entire staff is so helpful whether you decide to zipline, do a cave tour, or swim in cenotes, we couldn't be happier with our experience!

  • 22-Jan-2021

    The tour guide was very informative and well spoken. The ruins at Tulum were amazing and so were the cenotes. However, 3 members in our group were charged an extra $600 by the tour guide after we had already paid for the excursion out of nowhere! The tour company and merchant have not responded to my emails. I would stay away from this tour and go with a different company that offers a similar experience.

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