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Type of Trip
Explore some iconic and stunning Mayan ruins.
Jump into the clear crystal waters of one of the cenotes in Yucatan.
Spend an unforgettable day with your family in the Mayan Riviera.
Follow us on a beautiful trip in the Yucatan Penninsula to learn about the Mayan culture and swim in an authentic cenote. On this exciting day trip, we’ll take your from Merida, Mexico to the ruins of Mayapan and one of the two cenotes in the region.
The ruins of Mayapan in Yucatan are considered the “flag of the Mayas” and the last great capital of the Mayan Empire. It covers 4 square kilometers with approximately 4,000 structures. If you like archeological sites or if you wish to explore a historical place, then this is a great option. There is plenty of room to stroll around, climb the pyramids without getting worn out.
After visiting the ruins, we’ll go to one of two cenote (a natural pit with underground water) options. The first one is ideal for families with young children. This “Cavern Cenote” features wide stairs and plenty of room for swimming. The second one is for teenagers and adults. This “Open Cenote” is surrounded by rock cliffs and stunning vegetation. It has 2 jumping platforms, clear blue waters and is perfect for snorkelling. Whichever adventure you choose, you’ll spend an unforgettable day.
So, are you ready for a unique adventure in the Yucatán Peninsula? Then book your trip now! This Mexican gem is waiting for you.
What People are Saying about Mexico Adventure Guides-
Daniel and his partner Alex did a great job guiding us, and helping with all the logistics, especially transportation to and from the climb. Alex was a real pleasure to talk with, learn from, and show us the mountain. Thank you, for a great experience!
Daniel was kind enough to pick me up promptly at the airport when I arrived. we drove straight to amecameca and bought a few supplies, we then drove to Popo park and set up camp. Daniel gave a class on crampons, walking sticks and the ice pick and then it was time to sleep and prepare for the early morning hike start. we set off around 0330 and reached the recluso at about 15,500 feet. it was an amazing experience with wonderful views. Thank you Daniel, Alejandro and Yasmin!