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Chichen Itza Tour with Cenote Swim from Cancun
"After hotel pickup early in the morning in Cancun board a deluxe vehicle and start your drive to the archaeological site of Chichen Itza. Once there you'll enjoy a guided tour of this site and learn the history of this wonder of the modern world. Walk around the site and see iconic buildings including the Kukulcan Pyramid and learn why Chichen Itza was a center of commercial and religious pow head to visit the ""Sacred Cenote Temozon"" ""Place of the Winds"" and refresh in the crystal clear waters of this natural well inside a cave covered with lush vegetation where you can enjoy the coolness of the water. Then you'll enjoy a delicious buffet lunch at the  restaurant before heading back to your hotel."
From $63.00
Private Tour: Akumal Marine Turtle Snorkeling from Cozumel
"Your private guide and the driver will welcome you at Playa del Carmen ferry port in the suggested pickup time 8:15am. You will first head to Akumal a short ride of 30 minutes from Playa del Carmen in your private transportation one of the most beautiful beaches in the Riviera Maya and have a unique opportunity to swim and snorkel beside marine turtles in their natural habitat. At this beautiful coral reef you will also be able to spot hundreds of colorful fishes mantas and other marine species. Your private guide will show you one of the best spots of the reef to observe these amazing sea life.Afterwards at around 11am you will head on a short ride to an amazing Cenote. This cenote will either be Cenote Chikin Ha or Cenote Azul depending on the day and availability. At this underground river
From $495.00
Small Group Private Tour: Cenotes and Hidden Beach at Soliman Bay
"The tour starts with hotel pick up in Playa del Carmen. You will then enjoy a traditional taco breakfast before going to the Cenote park. The Mayans believed that the cenotes were the gates to the under world and in this tour you will visit two cenotes. The first stop is at an open cenote with crystal clear water while the second one is more mysterious a cave cenote. Once you get to see the rocky formations and thousands shades of blue you´ll understand why the Maya has so much respect for this. After a visit and swim at the cenotes you will head to Soliman Bay where you will stop at a rustic fisherman restaurant to enjoy some fresh sea food. After lunch you will have time to relax by the beach.You will be taken back to Playa del Camen at the end of the tour."""
From $115.00

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Glass Bottom Boat and Snorkeling Excursion

We were loaded into several shuttle buses, but our driver spoke no English, and we got off at the first stop and that wasn't it. Eventually we got to the dock and I had to stop and rest several times...
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The Beach at Costa Maya

A beautiful soft sand beach stretches to the north of the dock at Costa Maya, complete with grass thatched palapas. The Beach is very popular with sun worshippers as well as scuba divers and...
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