Riviera Maya Day Tours

Safe and responsible travel, always.

As we get back on the road, we want to ensure our trips remain safe for everyone-for our travelers, our guides and for the people we visit along the way.

Therefore we only handle private tours, families and small groups.

Tulum and Cenotes

Tulum means “enclosure, trench or wall”, this term was given in recent times, its original name in Maya was Zamá, most likely a short form of the Mayan expression Zamal meaning “morning” or “dawn.” The anchient city was built on a prominent cliff, facing the Caribbean Sea with its Mesoamerican reef. The reef also builds the fourth wall that sourrounds the city center.

A cenote is a deep, water-filled sinkhole in limestone that is created when the roof of an underground cavern collapses. This creates then a natural pool which is filled by rain in addition to water flowing from underground rivers. 

Chichén Itzá and Valladolid

Chichén Itzá has numerous monuments to explore: El Castillo; the Ball Court, which is the largest in Mesoamerica, the sacred Cenote, where archaeologist have discovered a number of well-adorned skeletons of sacrificial ceremonies, the Temple of the Warriors, with its 1,000 columns dedicated to the warriors of the city, and the Caracol or Observatory.

Valladolid is fascinating, peaceful and full of life at the same time, historic venues, mansions, museums, markets, fountains, shops, ice cream and snack stalls, parks and many places to explore.
In Valladolid you can breath a peaceful air, typical of a small town and extremely rich in traditions.

Muyil Maya Canal

Located inside of the Sian Ka’an biosphere reserve and only 25 minutes from Tulum. The ancient city of  Muyil was a densely populated settlement during the pre-Hispanic era. The site’s proximity to Muyil Lagoon made it an important maritime trade route, with relations to Coba well documented. Visitors can travel through the lagoons of Muyil and Chunyaxche including the ancient canal system dredged by the Maya that access the Caribbean Sea through Laguna Campechen and Boca Paila.

Sian ka’an Punta Allen

If you are in the Riviera Maya or Tulum, this is a must do tour for you. Sian ka’an biosphere reserve is one of the most beautiful and pristine places of the Mexican Caribbean, an important site assigned by UNESCO.

During our boat tour you will experience an unforgettable journey seeing dolphins, turtles, local fauna, snorkeling the world’s second largest coral reef, swimming in one of the most pristine crystalline waters of the Mexican Caribbean.

Cobá and Punta Laguna

Cobá is a unique ancient Maya site of which only few of its estimated 6,500 structures have been uncovered. But the ones that have been are impressive, as for example, the “Nohoch Mul” pyramid with its steep climbable staircase.

Punta Laguna is a Mayan community that still maintains its traditions and preserves its beautiful natural reserve. The reserve is home to large troop of howler and spider monkeys.

Early Morning Birding

The Yucatán Península is one of the world’s top bird watching destinations. The variety and vast numbers of exotic and tropical birds is astounding and there are lots of places to explore.

During every season you can enjoy a large variety of species. As soon as the first rays of light cross the horizon you will hear the songs of the most beautiful birds. Great for beginners and advanced birders.