- Exciting tour combining culture and adventure
- Fly over the jungle by zip-line, swim in underground rivers and visit the ruins of an ancient city in one day
We had an amazing experience with the Tulum Xtreme trip. The history of Tulum is just incredible. Then we were taken to the Xtreme part (ziplining, snorkeling, rappelling). We had Israel as a guide and he was nothing short of amazing. He was extremely pleasant to be around and very helpful in the whole process. We would gladly do this trip again!
As with our other tour through Adventuras Mayas, our tour guide Eliu was amazing. We started our tour in Tulum. Tulum is absolutely breathtaking between the well preserved buildings and the natural setting. Also, there were a ton of iguanas in the site. Eliu provided us an excellent summary of Tulum including its history, significance, and a glimpse into Mayan culture. We then traveled to the cenote for snorkeling. After the snorkeling we went zip lining which was really fun. The circuit includes three towers which each tower being taller. The last zip line was a rush! We then rappelled from a tower to the entrance of another cenote. We then ate another delicious lunch. Eliu (and I am sure the rest of the staff) took safety very seriously and took the time to make sure we understood ahow to do every activity.
This exhilarating tour of the Mayan Riviera, Mexico’s coastal paradise, puts its foot on the accelerator early on and doesn’t let up. Beginning with a flight over the jungle canopy on the region’s fastest zip-line circuit, you’ll barely have time to catch your breath before descending into a cenote - a natural sinkhole in limestone bedrock, where you can swim or snorkel in the exposed groundwater at the bottom. As you explore this atmospheric underground river you’ll notice the fascinating rock formations all around you.
After a tasty Mexican lunch in the picturesque jungle environment, it’s on to Tulum, perched on the cliffs of the Yucatán Peninsula. An archaeological guide will accompany you around the ruins of this ancient Mayan civilization abandoned in the 16th century, to indicate points of interest including the observatory which was used to track the sun’s movements. As you explore the history and secrets of Tulum, you may wish you’d worn your fedora hat and bullwhip!