Among the tours in the destination you will find archaeological sites, diving, swimming with dolphins, snorkeling, theme parks, adventure expeditions, water sports, cenotes, sport fishing and many more.
Book your tickets for the incredible Tulum Xel-Há Tour
This tour brings together two of the best excursions to enjoy in your visit to Cancun or Riviera Maya. On one hand, you will get to discover the ancient Maya civilization at the majestic archeological site of Tulum. Walk through the imposing temples and structures built by the former inhabitants of this place located in front of the turquoise sea. After this unforgettable visit filled with history and culture, you will have fun with the natural attractions of Xel-Há park. More than forty activities await in this twelve-hour excursion.
Tulum Xel-Há Tour Attractions
Temple of the God of the Wind
Temple of the Descending God
Temple of the Frescos
Use biodegradable sunscreen
Bring a swimsuit
Wear comfortable clothes and footwear for walking
Use mosquito repellent during the excursion
Bring a cap or a hat and sunglasses
Bring cash and/or a credit card for purchases at the facilities or their surroundings
Free access for ages up to 4 years
From 5 to 11 years pay only half ticket price
$ 150 x 1 Adults
$ 150 MXN
Total: 150 USD
You still haven’t visited the walled city of Tulum? This Maya site is located on the southern part of the Riviera Maya in the state of Quintana Roo. Currently it is one of the most visited archeological sites due to its great beauty and historic importance. Have fun, learn, and enjoy this tour of approximately seven hours duration.
Short history about the Maya archeological site of Tulum
Originally, the archeological site of Tulum was called Zama, a Mayan word that means “sunrise”; afterwards, it got its current name, which means “wall” in Mayan language.
It was a fortress that reached its greatest splendor by the end of the classic period, between 1000 and 1,200 A.D. Currently it is the only archeological site built overlooking the ocean. Here you will find key constructions, former houses of the city’s inhabitants, and ancient ceremony centers of the Maya civilization.