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Sail to the Tulum Ruins

     Adults: $110.00        Children:$70.00      Children under 5: pay transfer but not tour

Transfer: USD 20 per passenger (Pay with cash on aboard)

You board the largest Catamaran along the Caribbean Coast of Mexico. Our journey begins in the marina of Puerto Aventuras. From there we head south towards the city of Tulum. The crew turns up the music and you can enjoy a beverage will you watch the beautiful coastline glide by. When you near Tulum the boat will stop and all the passengers will have the ability to snorkel. Although most people who take this cruise have to first stare with wonder at amazement at the ruins. There is nothing like seeing the ruins from the ocean and this is a rare opportunity for a tourist. One you will not forget. Once you drop off the boat to snorkel, you will find the coral reefs beautiful and alive with a huge variety of wonderful sea life. Lunch and Snorkel gear will be provided for you on the boat


Boat departs at 9:30 am

Arrive Tulum ruins 12:30

12:30 -2:30 Snorkel and Lunch: Ham & Cheese Sandwich and Fresh season fruit, chips, mexican salsa or guacamole, salad. 

3:15-4:15 Hangout at the Tulum Beach

4:15-5:30 Ruins Tour

5:30 return on autobus to your pickup point

The word Tulum means fence, trench or wall

The Tulum Ruins are the third most-visited archaeological site in Mexico, after Teotihuacan and Chichen Itza. It is popular for the picturesque view of the Caribbean. The Maya site may have been formerly also known by the name Zama, meaning city of Dawn. Tulúm is also the Yucatec Mayan word for fence or wall (or trench), and the walls surrounding the site allowed the Tulum fort to serve as a defense against invasion. It is the only ruins that were still inhabited when the Spanish arrived.The walls surrounding the site allowed Tulum fort to serve as a defense against an invasion. Once you see this fortress nestled along the coast you can really see its strength. Once you exit the boat you will not have to stand in the long line of tourist you enter from the ocean you walk right into the ruins where a guide awaits to tell you about the ancient Mayan peoples who once inhabited the beautiful ocean location. Most of the structures now visible were built in the Post-Classic Era, between about 1200 and 1450. The city remained occupied through the early years of the Spanish conquest of Yucatan, but was abandoned in by the end of the 16th century. Local Maya continued to visit the temples to burn incense and pray until the late 20th century.

Tour includes: A/C coach, Entrance fee to the Mayan Ruins of Tulum, Guide, Sailing excursion on the Raiatea Catamaran, Snorkeling equipment, Snorkeling ( if weather permitted) Lunch, Open bar on National drinks


 All clients will be picked up and dropped off in A/C Vans

DISCLAIMER: This program timing is approximate and itinerary is subject to changes depending on weather and sea conditions. We sail depending on wind conditions.