TULUM XPRESS
Tulum Tulum
In ancient times the city received the Mayan name Zama (the Mayan word for "dawn" or "morning"). The current name, "Tulum" (meaning "walled city", or "fortress") appears to have been used to refer to the city when it was already in ruins.
Due to the abundance of mural inscriptions and other artworks found on the city's buildings, Tulum is considered to have been an important cult worship site for the so-called "Descending God".
Because of its strategic location facing the Caribbean Sea, Tulum served as an important commercial trading port. It is a city from the Post-Classic period, dating back to the last-known construction period of the Mayan culture.
Private transportation
Entrance to the archeological zone
Guided tour
Unlimited drinks on board (soft drinks, fresh fruit drinks)

†† TULUM - TANKAH - DOS OJOS - AKUMAL
  • A winning combination for exploring the Riviera Maya?four different attractions mixing culture, history, fun, regional plants, wildlife and marine life, as well as an underground world. In addition, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a buffet lunch featuring authentic Yucatecan cuisine.
    Tankah
  • is an ecopark lush with the region's plant and animal life, as well as two cenotes (natural sinkholes) where we will enjoy a variety of activities. Starting at the first cenote, we will soar above both sinkholes on two zip lines and then climb into canoes to row through the crocodile cave. Afterwards, from the rim of the second cenote we will take a plunge into the cool waters to take a refreshing swim.
    Cenote Dos ojos
    A cenote (from the Mayan word ts'ono'ot: "cavern with water") is a flooded basin created by the limestone deposits found in some deep caverns as a consequence of the ceiling of one or several grottos having caved in. Underground rivers run together in these basins, forming a rather deep pool. There are different types of cenotes: open air, semi-open air, and also cenotes found underground or in grotto settings. The exact type of cenote, or "sinkhole", is directly related to its age: older cenotes are completely open, and "newer" sinkholes still have part of their ceiling intact.
    Akumal
  • In the Mayan language, Akumal means "Place of Turtles", a fitting name for this quiet beachside community harboring a sea turtle sanctuary. In Akumal Bay, this threatened species is able live in its natural habitat surrounded by a huge variety of colorful tropical fish and the majestic coral reefs that form part of the second largest reef in the world.

    Private transportation
    Entrance to the archeological zone
    Guided tour
    Entrance to Tankah Park (Zip-Lining, kayaks, cenotes)
    Buffet lunch with Mayan cuisine
    Entrance to Dos Ojos Cenote with equipment included (Snorkeling mask and breathing tube, fins, flashlight, life vest)
    Guided tour of the Bat Cave
    Snorkeling in Akumal Bay to see the sea turtles and coral reef
    Snorkeling equipment and life vest in Akumal
    Unlimited drinks (soft drinks and bottled water)

†† COBA - CENOTE - TULUM
Coba
is an archeological site dating back from the pre-Columbian Mayan culture. Located in southeastern Mexico in the territory now known as Quintana Roo State, it is ninety kilometers east of Chichen Itza and forty kilometers northeast of Tulum.
ENestled in this archeological zone is a 42-meter high pyramid, which makes it even taller than Chichen Itza. Climbing this pyramid is a must-do for visitors so that they are able to savor the panoramic view of the Yucatan peninsula's spectacular jungle. Among the ancient structures found in Coba are palaces, administrative buildings, ball courts, steles (engraved pillars), etc.
Cenote
A cenote (from the Mayan word ts'ono'ot: cavern with water) is a flooded basin created by limestone deposits. Cenotes are found in some deep caverns as a consequence of the ceiling of one or several grottos having caved in. Underground rivers run together in these basins, forming a rather deep pool. There are various types of cenotes: open air, semi-open air, and also underground cenotes or those found in grotto settings. The exact type of cenote, or "sinkhole", is directly related to its age: older cenotes are completely open, and "newer" sinkholes still have part of their ceiling intact.
Tulum
In ancient times the city received the Mayan name Zama (the Mayan word for "dawn" or "morning"). The current name, "Tulum" (meaning "walled city", or "fortress") appears to have been used to refer to the city when it was already in ruins. Due to the abundance of mural inscriptions and other artworks found on the city's buildings, Tulum is considered to have been an important cult worship site for the so-called "Descending God". Because of its strategic location facing the Caribbean Sea, Tulum served as an important commercial trading port. It is a city from the Post-Classic period, dating back to the last-known construction period of the Mayan culture.

Private transportation in air-conditioned vehicles
Entrance to archeological zones
Buffet lunch
Soft drinks and bottled water on board
Entrance to the cenote

†CHICHEN ITZA†- EK BALAM
Chichťn ItzŠ In the Mayan culture, Chichen means "mouth of the well" and Itza means "water sorcerer". Chichen Itza is one of the main archeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. These renowned remains of the Mayan civilization, whose structures are still standing today, belong to the era in which the Mayan culture was in decadence, called the Post-Classic period by archeologists. According to Mayan mythology, the god that presides over this magnificent site is called Kukulcan. The UNESCO first listed the Chichen Itza archeological zone as a World Heritage site in 1988. On July 7, 2007, it was recognized as one of the Nine Wonders of the World by a private, non-UNESCO supported initiative voted on by millions of participants worldwide. Ek Balam is a Mayan archeological site in Yucatan, Mexico. It is located 30 kilometers north of the city of Valladolid and 2 kilometers from the Mayan village of Ek Balam. In Yucatecan Maya, …ek' BŠalam means "black jaguar" (Ek meaning "black"; Balam meaning "jaguar"). From the year 300 A.D. until the arrival of the Spaniards, the Ek Balam settlement extended some 12 km2, and included a 1 km2 centralized ceremonial area where the Mayan elite resided. This small central area was protected by three walls. Currently it is one of the few archeological zones where visitors are still allowed to climb the main temple, which is 29 meters high. Private transportation Knowledgeable bilingual guide Entrance to the archeological zones Lunch Soft drinks and bottled water on board
†CHICHEN ITZA†-†CENOTE IK KIL -†EK BALAM
Chichen ItzŠ†
Chichen ItzŠ is one of the main archeological sites of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. These renowned remains of the Mayan civilization, whose structures are still standing today, belong to the era in which the Mayan culture was in decadence, called the Post-Classic period by archeologists.

The UNESCO first listed the Chichen Itza archeological zone as a World Heritage site in 1988. In 2007 it was recognized as one of the Nine Wonders of the World by a private, non-UNESCO supported initiative.

Ik Kil
is located just 3 kilometers from the Chichen Itza archeological zone, and 35 minutes from the city of Valladolid. It is a marvelous park resplendent with exotic plants and trees ? the ideal habitat for a variety of wild bird species such as toucans, parrots, mocking birds, flycatchers, turquoise-browed motmot, cardinals and many more. Wildlife such as deer can also be glimpsed as they move about this beautiful natural habitat. Because it is surrounded by trees, at night Ik Kil is filled with the varying sounds of bullfrogs, crickets and monkeys. Ik Kil's main attraction is its impressive cenote, ringed on all sides by luxuriant tropical vegetation. Visitors walk down natural stone steps, stopping to rest on rocky platforms until reaching cool waters so transparent that tiny catfish can be seen swimming along the bottom.
This is the perfect place to enjoy a refreshing swim after having visited the Chichen Itza or Ek Balam archeological zones. Don't miss this marvelous experience.

Ek Balam
is a Mayan archeological site in Yucatan, Mexico. It is located 30 kilometers north of the city of Valladolid and 2 kilometers from the Mayan villaje of Ek Balam. In Yucatecan Maya, …ek' BŠalam means "black jaguar" (Ek meaning "black"; Balam meaning "jaguar"). From the year 300 A.D. until the arrival of the Spaniards, the Ek Balam settlement extended some 12 km2, and included a 1 km2 centralized ceremonial area where the Mayan elite resided. This small central area was protected by three walls. Currently it is one of the few archeological zones where visitors are still allowed to climb the main temple, which is 29 meters high.

Private transportation in air conditioned vehicles
Knowledgeable bilingual guide
Entrance to the archeological zones
Buffet Lunch
Soft drinks and bottled water on board
Entrance to the Cenote

†CHICHEN ITZA-CENOTE-VALLADOLID
Chichťn ItzŠ
These renowned remains of the Mayan civilization, whose structures are still standing today, belong to the era in which the Mayan culture was in decadence, called the Post-Classic period by archeologists. Chichen Itza is listed as a "World Heritage Site" and is recognized by private initiative as one of the Nine Wonders of the World.
Ik Kil
located just 3 kilometers from the Chichen Itza archeological zone and 35 minutes from the city of Valladolid. It is a marvelous park surrounded by exotic plants and trees, the ideal habitat for a delightful variety of wild birds.
Valladolid

is a charming city well worth visiting. It was founded on May 28, 1543 by the Spaniard Francisco de Montejo as a way of bringing the powerful local Mayan population, called cupules, under the control of the arriving Spanish conquerors. Due to the city's interesting sites showcasing its rich colonial history, delicious gastronomy and balmy climate, Valladolid is one of the country's national tourism treasures. Boasting imposing historical buildings, beautiful mansions with colorful facades, and a wealth of charming handicrafts, it is steeped in tradition and culture.
Private transportation with air conditioning
Knowledgeable bilingual guide
Entrance to archaeological zones
Unlimited drinks on board (Soft drinks, fresh fruit drinks)