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Chichén Itzá: Hubiku Cenote & Valladolid Tour

1. Chichén Itzá: Hubiku Cenote & Valladolid Tour

Head into the dense jungles of the Yucatán as you begin this 12-hour program. Stop at the Hubiku cenote, a cavernous freshwater pool in a light-filled limestone cave and enjoy a swim. Dry off over a buffet lunch of typical Mayan dishes and then hop back on the bus for the last leg of the drive to Chichén Itzá. This dense and sprawling archaeological site features excavated ruins and well-preserved temples. The final stop is the quiet colonial city of Valladolid, where the pastel walls of shops and restaurants provide a colorful backdrop for photos.

From Tulum: ATV Ride with Monkey Sanctuary and Cenote Trip

2. From Tulum: ATV Ride with Monkey Sanctuary and Cenote Trip

Leave Tulum for a trip to the Sacred Cenote. Go deep into the Mayan Jungle and be a part of nature as you ride your own 4×4 ATV. Spend time with rescued monkeys and other animals at Akumal Monkey Sanctuary. To ensure comfort and safety during your trip, receive driving instructions from your guide. Then, hop on your ATV and put on the safety gear provided to discover the landscapes of the Mayan jungle. Immerse yourself in the wonderful waters of the spectacular Sacred Cenote. Take a swim in an underground river in the middle of nature. To complete the journey, meet and interact with rescued animals on a tour of Akumal Monkey Sanctuary.

Cancun: Chichén Itzá, Valladolid and Hubiku Cenote Day-Trip

3. Cancun: Chichén Itzá, Valladolid and Hubiku Cenote Day-Trip

After convenient pick-up from your hotel, you will head into the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula to discover a sparkling, picturesque cenote cavern pond at Hubiku. Dive into the cool, clear water and chat with your guide about how these jungle-surrounded pools are formed from underground freshwater streams. Afterwards, recharge with a tasty buffet lunch of Yucatecan specialties, before heading to the region's main historic attraction. Upon arrival at Chichen Itza, embark on a comprehensive guided tour that immerses you in the archaeological site's most breathtaking landmarks. Marvel at the mysterious Kukulkan Pyramid, learning about its role in pre-Columbian Maya civilization from your engaging guide. Nearby, take a look at the largest ball court in the Americas and imagine ancient players involved in a rousing game of pok ta pok, a ritual that was practiced throughout the Maya Empire. Catch your reflection in the Cenote Sagrado sacrificial pond, the Temple of the Warriors, and the Observatory, which dates back over 1,000 years. On your way back, make a stop at the main square of Valladolid and admire its colonial architecture and the 16th-century San Gervasio Church before being dropped off back at your hotel.

Cancun/Playa del Carmen: Chichen Itza, Hubiku & Ek'Balam

4. Cancun/Playa del Carmen: Chichen Itza, Hubiku & Ek'Balam

Benefit from pick up at your hotel in Cancun or Playa del Carmen. Then, journey towards the ancient city of Chichen Itza to learn more about the Mayan civilization. Discover the magic of the Yucatan on this day trip from Cancun to visit two Mayan ruin sites and a stunning cenote. Your expert guide will lead you throughout the day, sharing fascinating facts and folklore of the Mayan civilization. Get ready to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Chichen Itza, one of the most iconic archaeological sites in the world. You’ll also visit Ek Balam, an off-the-beaten-track site with incredible carvings and a soaring Acropolis pyramid you can climb.  To refresh from the Yucatan heat, you’ll immerse yourself in the crystalline waters of Cenote Hubiku.

Full-Day Cuzama Cenote Tour from Mérida

5. Full-Day Cuzama Cenote Tour from Mérida

Visit 3 cenotes on this 8-hour tour: Cascabel, Chaksikin and Pool Cocom. You’ll arrive at the cenotes on board a truck that is typically used to transport agave leaves. The first stop will be at the Cascabel cenote, where you’ll enjoy a swim and admire the natural formations around you. Next is the Chaksikin cenote, known for its deep waters. Enjoy some free time to swim in the underground cave pool. Continue on to the Pool Cocom cenote, which is an open pool that provides the opportunity to take in the beauty of the natural surroundings. The tour ends with lunch at a local restaurant.

From Progreso: ATV Ghost Town Excursion & Beach Club Access

6. From Progreso: ATV Ghost Town Excursion & Beach Club Access

Take part in this day trip and explore an authentic ghost town while riding an ATV. Visit Misnebalam town and learn about it from your tour guide. See an old Henequen Hacienda building that was abandoned. After all of the adrenaline, swim in a blue lagoon and enjoy a fun time at the Silcer Beach Club. While you visit the town of Misnebalam you will learn about the previous inhabitants and how witchcraft was involved in their choice to leave. Some say that the mischievous creatures that caused them to flee are still there. Spend around 30-45 minutes at Misnebalam where you will visit the exterior area of a few buildings that are abandoned and neglected, for safety reasons, guests are not allowed to enter them. After your visit to Misnebalam, hop back on your ATV and head to visit the Paraiso Blue Lagoon just a short distance away where you'll be able to swim and enjoy the refreshing waters while surrounded by nature. Then head to Silcer Beach Club on your ATV for a relaxing beach break. At Silcer, you will find beach chairs, umbrellas, a swimming pool, kayaks, and free WiFi. There is even a kid's club to keep the younger children entertained. The non-motorized water sports are on a first-come, first-serve basis. Take a stroll along the beach and relax in a hammock with a full ocean view. You can buy a beverage from the bar and purchase food items off of an authentic Mexican menu that will also include American favorites.

Bike, Swim, Stroll: Cenotillo, Cenote Xooch & Izamal Tour

7. Bike, Swim, Stroll: Cenotillo, Cenote Xooch & Izamal Tour

During this adventure, enjoy a 4-kilometer bike ride from downtown Cenotillo to the Xooch Cenote, a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath.  This incredible natural formation is distinguished by its particular shape similar to a wide-bottomed pitcher of water, making it a unique landscape to discover. After swimming in the crystalline waters of the cenote, savor a delicious lunch in a local home. On the way back to Merida, stop in Izamal to discover its cobbled streets and yellow facades, as well as the convent of St. Anthony of Padua and the archaeological site of Kinich Kakmó.

From Merida: Visit to Ek Balam Community & Cenote Tour

8. From Merida: Visit to Ek Balam Community & Cenote Tour

Start the tour with an 8:30 AM pick up from your hotel in Merida. Set off on a 2-hour drive towards the small village of Ek Balam where Mayan is the most spoken language.  First, enjoy a relaxing visit to the town in the company of a local guide. See how this community brings together traditions and modernity, using tourism in a new way to reinforce its identity and improve the quality of life of its community while safeguarding the natural and cultural richness it possesses. Get to know the traditional way of life and households of the Yucatecan Mayan population. Participate in workshops as you learn how to prepare handmade tortillas, how to weave hammocks, and make machine embroidery.  Then, continue on to the X-Canché Cenote, located within the archaeological site of Ek Balam, making it the ideal place to rest before or after visiting it. To reach the cenote, take a 2-km ride by bicycle or trici-taxi (tuk tuk) through the jungle. Refresh yourself and rest while appreciating the biodiversity that revolves around the body of water. At the end of your visit, enjoy a traditional Yucatecan dish at the cooperative’s restaurant. Visit the archeological site, recognized for its entirely Mayan architecture. Finally, at about 5 PM, return to Merida where your tour concludes.

Yucatán: Ek' Balam and Cenote Hubiku Tour

9. Yucatán: Ek' Balam and Cenote Hubiku Tour

Walk through the jungle that saw the Mayan people blooming. Ek' Balam has the perfect experience of avoiding the crowded sites and the Acropolis, the main building, is still open for you to climb. Ek' Balam is one of the latest findings of the Mayan world, the main pyramid and the stelae located on the bottom of the monument count the story of this important city and its emperors. The different buildings surrounding the area include the Oval Palace, the twin pyramids and a beautiful arch marking the entrance to this ancient city. Head to cenote Hubiku, a sacred entrance to the underworld on the Mayan beliefs, this natural pool has a semi-open cave letting the sunbeams to light your swimming. The Don Tadeo Tequila Museum will guide you through an interactive experience to know the process to make one of the most popular beverages in the world made in Mexico.  You will experience an example of the Mayan type of house where you will see the traditions of this culture, have a taste of Cochinita Pibil, the emblematic dish of Mayan people. Then head to the completely natural shade provided by the same trees of the jungle and the hammocks hanging, the most relaxing part of the entire trip, feeling the wind pampering you. A buffet lunch is served, local cuisine of a variety of dishes cooked with pork, chicken, and beef. One soft drink is included with your meal

From Mérida: Farming, Cenote, and Ek Balam Pyramids Tour

10. From Mérida: Farming, Cenote, and Ek Balam Pyramids Tour

Discover fascinating Mayan culture and history on a full-day ecotour from Mérida. Start with pickup at 6:30 AM and drive to Ek Balam, a village where Mayan is the most-spoken language. Enjoy a delicious breakfast to build your strength, before setting out on a bike ride to explore local farming practices. Visit a milpa, a Mesoamerican crop growing system, accompanied by a local guide. Taste traditional pozole and sweets made from regional crops, as you learn about the Mesoamerican agricultural system. Enter the k'áax, or jungle, to learn about traditional knowledge of medicinal plants and trees used in the construction of houses. Afterwards, start the 2-kilometer journey by bicycle or tuk-tuk through the jungle to get to Cenote Xcanche. Refresh yourself in the cool waters and appreciate the biodiversity around the crystal clear cenote. Before leaving, enjoy a traditional Yucatecan lunch at the cooperative’s restaurant. The final stop on the tour is at the Ek Balam archeological site, famous for its stunning Mayan architecture and its importance in pre-Hispanic times. Admire the incredible views from the top of the pyramids. Return to Merida, where you’ll be dropped off at approximately 7 PM.

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We had Sergio as our guide. He was informative, humorous, extremely friendly and accommodating. He taught us a lot about Mayan culture and is an EXPERT at Chichén Itzá. The food included on the tour was incredible and we greatly enjoyed Chichén Itzá and the village of Hubiku. The bus was clean and comfortable.

It’s the best tour our guide Sergio was absolutely amazing he was so knowable about every place we visited. The best part outside of Chichen Itzá was the food at the cenote it was amazing . We traveled we a group of 21 people and everyone loved the food couldnt believe how good it was

Just words of thanks to Ismael Canche who was in charge of our Tour, excellent explanation, dynamics, way of spreading the Mayan culture to the visitors!! Really enriching.

Wonderful trip! Our guide, Gaby kept everything on track while keeping up informed & entertained! The bus driver was great the sights were worth every penny!

It might be a loonnnng day. However, it is full of memorable experiences and well worth the money