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TOUR TULUM YALKU PLUS

Tulum
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Duration

6 hours and a half

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

20 people

Languages

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Overview

Get ready to live an adventure to the fullest with our snorkeling tour in which you will visit Tulum, Yal-kú and one of the most spectacular cenotes in the Riviera Maya. Start by admiring the impressive architecture of the Tulum ruins: a walled city perched on top of a cliff with an incredible panoramic view towards the sea. Continue your trip to a freshwater cenote and immerse yourself in its crystal clear and fresh waters to enjoy an ecological tour.

Navigate through impressive caverns as you explore ancient rock formations up close. Snorkel in the magnificent Yal-kú, where salt water meets fresh water to create a habitat teeming with aquatic life, and end your day by relaxing on the beach with a delicious lunch at our exclusive Punta Venado beach club.

Snorkel in crystal clear waters, away from the rough sea

Although there are many options for snorkeling in the Cancun metropolitan area, few are as unique or impressive as the waters of the Yal-kú lagoon and the cenotes near Tulum. These beautiful and natural underground caves are located deep in the earth, far from the currents of the sea. The Yal-kú lagoon is unique for its dazzling geological formations and abundant marine life, and the cenotes near Tulum offer a truly unique swimming experience.

About Yal-Kú and the Cenotes of Tulum

Thousands of years ago, the level of the oceans began to drop to its current level. The movement of water over the centuries created holes and lagoons, some of which were close enough to the oceans to retain water. These connected bodies of water, though mostly landlocked, are known as cenotes.

The Cancun region is home to a series of cenotes famous for their natural beauty, incredible geological formations (including easy-to-explore underwater caves). Yal-kú Lagoon is home to a wide range of wildlife and is safe for snorkelers of all ages. Enjoy this fascinating and fun tour and book today with Cancun Adventures!

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • What to bring
  • Swimsuit
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Towel
  • Cap hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Protective clothing for the sun
  • A change of clothes
  • Water shoes
  • Money for photos and souvenirs

Included/Excluded

  • 6 hours and a half
  • Families
  • Free Cancellations
  • Min 8 years
  • The best price, guaranteed
  • Moderate
  • What you should know before booking
  • Minimum age: 8 years
  • Not recommended for people with reduced mobility
  • It is recommended to be fit and know how to swim
  • For safety reasons, we do not recommend any snorkeling activity for people with respiratory problems, back or neck injuries, heart problems, or conditions that can cause loss of consciousness.
  • Round transportation is included from selected hotels exclusively for our guests who book their tours at least 24 hours in advance
  • We implement COVID-19 protocols to ensure the safety of all our guests.
  • Allow 2 to 5 hours of transportation for this tour. The exact transportation time depends on the location of your hotel and the pick-up route.

Tour's Location

Tulum

FAQs

Do I have to know how to swim for this activity?
Yes you must have basic swimming skills. It is important that you are able to swim or stay afloat without the need for a lifeguard and be able to swim from one point to another.
What if I have never snorkelled before?
No problem, our guides will show you how to use the equipment and will take you to the best places.
Do you have magnifying visors / masks (graduates)?
Yes, please notify your Adventure Specialist when making the reservation for your tour.
Do you provide the equipment for snorkeling?
If we provide you with a life jacket, snorkel mask (visor) and fins.
Is the use of a life jacket mandatory?
You must wear a life jacket at all times or a wetsuit.
How deep are the cenotes and what temperature is the water?
The average temperature is 24-25 ° C (77 Fahrenheit). The depth varies greatly from section to section. You will always have a life jacket and you will be accompanied by your guide.
Tulum - Is there wheelchair access?
It is possible, however it is not recommended because the floor is very uneven, rocky and in some parts with stairs.
Tulum - Is it possible to swim at the beach located in the ruins?
Yes. At the end of the guided tour you will have free time and you can swim on the beach (except when sea conditions do not allow it).

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