From / per person

$49.30 Usd

Tour description


Learn about the natural wonders that the ancient Mayan civilization legacy left in the southeast of the country when you venture into the depths of the Mexican jungle in the Cenote Maya Park Tour. You will be amazed with the refreshing Cenote Maya, the largest in the Yucatan Peninsula, with more than 60 meters in diameter and which connects with the beautiful gardens of the park. You can do extreme activities of abseiling, diving, the "trepachanga" and swing on the Tarzan’s rope. We’ll also visit real Mayan communities, where you’ll meet their craft market, their huts, their organic gardens, you’ll taste traditional food, and be part of a genuine blessing prehispanic made by a Mayan shaman. It does not includes transportation.

Tour restrictions

  • This expedition is not recommended for people with different capacities, heart conditions, respiratory conditions, or with back issues
  • It is not recommended for pregnant women
  • There will be admittance for children of 6 years old and up only
  • It is forbidden for people under the influence of alcohol or any toxic substance

What includes

  • Typical food, water
  • Bilingual guide at all times
  • Equipment for all the activities
  • Towel and locker

What are not included

  • Optional tips
  • Souvenirs, pictures, or any personal expenses not mentioned on the tour
  • Transportation


  • Mayan Cenote (3 hrs.) Discover and cool off in the Mayan Cenote. Descend to the largest cenote in Yucatan Peninsula found so far, whose enormous dome is 60 m in diameter and with an almost perfectly circular shape. Its geological formations make it a natural pool. It has a monumental wooden staircase and an access tunnel that connects it to the gardens of the park
  • Optional adventure activities including: Swim in cenote, diving, "Trepachanga", Tarzan's rope, and rappel 26 m (with a maximum weight of 120 k for the latter two activities)
  • Artisan market. Visit a colorful flea market where you can admire and purchase quality products and beautiful objects, benefiting the Mayan artisans in the region
  • Mayan ceremony. Delve to the natural wonders and participate in a real blessing ceremony, conducted by the shaman of the community and scented with copal incense
  • Mayan hut. Learn about the style of the buildings in the area and the use of medicinal plants
  • Organic garden. Known techniques for growing more than 50 plants, fruits and vegetables used in the preparation of the dishes offered at lunch: watermelon, melon, cucumber, squash, peppers and more
  • Typical food. Try dishes made with traditional recipes: soup, chicken, chayitas, rice, beans, hand made tortillas and flavored water

Our recomendations

  • Wear comfortable shoes, suitable for walking
  • Bring your swimsuit on, light clothes, and an extra pair of clothes
  • Bring cash or credit card for crafts, pictures, or any personal expenses
  • Use biodegradable sunscreen




Monday, Wednesday, Friday

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