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About the Tulum Ruins Tour, Cenotes Tour & Snorkel at Tulum’s Reef

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Tulum Ruins Tour, Cenote Tour & Snorkel at Tulum’s Reef Itinerary

  • Discover the Mayan archaeological site of Tulum, world famous for its unique location alongside the Caribbean coastline. Built on a natural outcrop facing the rising sun, the stunning turquoise blue ocean backdrop makes this beautiful site one of the most picturesque in the world.

  • Afterwards explore the fascinating underwater world of the Mexican Caribbean on a leisurely snorkel tour. Brightly colored tropical fish, spectacular coral, amazing rock formations, rays and unbelievable visibility makes this an unforgettable experience.

  • Then journey deep into the subtropical rainforest of the Yucatan to relax, swim and snorkel in the crystal clear fresh waters of a massive “cenote”, and marvel at the thousands of spectacular stalagmites and stalactites that surround you at every turn.

    Regardless of age, all people are required to pay a Natural Reserve Fee. This fee is not included in the tour price and is payable upon pick-up at your accommodation at the beginning of your tour ($13 USD/Person)

Tulum Ruins Tour, Cenotes Tour & Snorkel at Tulum’s Reef Time Table

  • 7:30 - 8:30 AM Pick up from the Hotel Lobby in air-conditioned van.
  • 9:00 AM Arrival to the archaeological site of Tulum.
  • 11:00 AM Arrival to Tulum Beach for snorkel activity.
  • 1:00 PM Arrival to the cenotes Park.
  • 1:10 PM – Guided tour and snorkel activity in the cenote.
  • 2:15 PM Buffet lunch.
  • 4:00 PM Transportation back to the Hotels.

What's Included in the Tulum Ruins Tour, Cenotes Tour & Snorkel at Tulum’s Reef

At Ocean Tours, we take care of every detail so you can have a unique experience discovering the highlights of this area

We include all that’s necessary to fully enjoy the Snorkel activity, the ruins of Tulum and the cenotes with us. Below, you’ll find a list of our inclusions plus some suggestions for what you may consider bringing on the tour.


This tour includes:


Bottled Water, Soft Drinks and Snaks

Pork (pibil style), rice, beans, chicken, handmade tortilla, flavored water and coffee.

Certificate bilingual guide

Round trip transportation with AC

Snorkel Gear and wetsuit

What to bring:



Corfortable, fresh clothing and long-sleeved-cotton shirt

Change of clothing


Hat or cap

Sunglasses & Biodegradable sunscreen (please apply prior to tour)


Money for photos souvenirs and tips

Important: Regardless of age, all people are required to pay a Natural Reserve Fee. This fee is not included in the tour price and is payable upon pick-up at your accommodation at the beginning of your tour ($13 USD/Person).

Available Extras


We provide photography services in this adventure and your photos will be available for purchase at the end of the tour.

Logo t-shirt ($25 USD)

Professional Guides

Professional Guides

  • Most of our guides are diving instructors or dive masters, and have all been hand-selected by Ocean tours for their passion and care for nature, awesome attitude and exceptional empathy.

  • Our first concern is to give our clients a unique experience that they can remember for years to come. At all times, our team is there for you with knowledge, motivation, attention, and trust.

  • We truly provide the Mayan Riviera's best quality in service and tours, and we always ensure the total satisfaction of our clients. We love what we do and we want to share these amazing experiences with you!

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Frequently Asked Questions

The original name of Tulum was Zamá, which in ancient Mayan language means "dawn”. Tulum was an important walled city which in ancient times was used as a port for an extensive commercial network, since the terrestrial and maritime routes of the ancient Mayan people converged here.

  • About Tulum Ruins Tour:

    Tulum is the only Mayan archaeological site to be found in front of the crystalline waters of the Caribbean Sea.

    The original name of Tulum is Zama, meaning City of Dawn, because it faces the sunrise.

    Tulúm is the Mayan word for fence, wall or trench.

    Tulum was among the first places in the Mayan kingdom to receive sunlight each day.

    No more than about 1,600 people ever inhabited Tulum at one time.

    Tulum is the third most-visited archaeological site in all of Mexico.

You will be surprised by the color of the water of the Caribbean Sea and the size of the uncontaminated beach. The reef is colorful and it covers sandy, grassy and coral seabed. Some areas have been colonized by sponges and purple sea fans swaying in the current, and has a variety of tropical fish. The coral reef area is the one of the richest around: you’ll get to see tropical fishes like sergeant major, several species of grunts, schools of doctorfish tang, butterflyfish and parrotfish. If you are fortunate, you could even spot a sea turtle, a stingray, or a spotted eagle ray! Nevertheless, if you want to be sure to swim with green sea turtles, book one of our tours to Akumal, where turtle encounters are guaranteed.

  • About Snorkel at Tulum’s Coral Reef:

    Playa Maya is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

    An estimated 50-80% of all life on earth is found under the ocean surface, the ocean contains 99% of living space on the planet, and less than 10% of that space has been explored by humans.

    We have 4 types of rays in the Caribbean Sea: stingrays, eagle rays, mobula rays and manta rays. The most commonly seen is the stingray, followed by the eagle ray.

    Rays in the Caribbean aren’t dangerous and only attack in self-defense, injecting a very painful, but not deadly, venom. So far, there are no known cases of humans being attacked by rays in this region.

A cenote is, in a few words, a cave with water. But the natural environment of the Yucatan Peninsula is what makes these places really spectacular scenarios. Snorkeling inside the cenotes in the Riviera Maya is one of the most requested aquatic activities, since it is such a unique experience in this area of the world.

  • About Cenotes Tour Tulum:

    A cenote is a natural pit, or sinkhole, resulting from the collapse of limestone bedrock that exposes groundwater underneath. Especially associated with the Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico, cenotes were sometimes used by the ancient Mayan for sacrificial offerings.

    The term ‘Cenote’ derives from a word used by the low-land Yucatec Mayan —ts’onot—to refer to any location with accessible groundwater.

    There are 4 kind of cenotes: open, semi-open, ancient and cavern. In our tour, we’ll visit an ancient and a cavern cenote.

Why do it with Us

Our first concern is the total satisfaction of our clients!

  • We strive to be the Best

    We are rated excellent on TripAdvisor, Google, and other rating platforms thanks to our commitment to excellence.

  • We are the Tour Operator

    Every service and every part of the tour is directly operated by Ocean Tours. We guarantee an excellent high quality service to ensure the total satisfaction of our clients.

  • We are Experienced

    We have over 10 years of experience in operating tours as Ocean Tours started in year 2005.

  • We are Professional

    Our guides are enthusiastic, experienced and knowledgeable. The whole team will make your tour unforgettable.

  • We are Dedicated

    Working with small groups of clients, max. 12 people per van ensures you a familiar private tour feeling.

  • We want you to remember your tour forever!

    One professional photographer per group!

  • We are Safe

    Our professional guides are certified in First-Aid.
    Our transportation is very safe and comfortable, and our drivers are very experienced.

  • Professional Photographers Team

    Our professional photographers team will come with you on the tour and get the best shots at these fantastic locations.