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Isla Mujeres Adult Only with Beach Club Lunch
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Isla Mujeres Adult Only with Beach Club Lunch

Basking in the Caribbean Sea, Isla Mujeres boasts an enviable position on the second longest reef system in the world, the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. Maria, one of our expert local guides, says, 'It's a brilliant spot for snorkelling amid those dazzling Caribbean colours - white sand and aquamarine sea.' This serene adults-only boat trip will give you a fresh perspective of Mexico while indulging in all the little luxuries that make holidays special. From the moment you step onto our luxury catamaran, you're greeted with a welcome soft drink to set the tone for this journey of pure bliss.After setting sail, we'll glide over the sparkling waves while you soak up panoramic views of Mexico's coastline as we head towards a secluded cove. All beverages - water, soft drinks, beer & other selected drinks – are included, ensuring your thirst is quenched throughout. If you crave some action, snorkelling equipment is provided for swim stops at "El Meco" and at the beach club where you can also relax on Balinese sunbeds.Then it's time to tantalise your taste buds with our premium grill lunch buffet served at the exclusive Beach Club Amazonas. The live DJ sets the mood as you savour mouth-wateringly tasty dishes. After lunch, take a spin with a 40-minute shared golf car ride exploring Isla Mujeres' downtown area. To top off this unforgettable experience, unwind with cocktails at the beach club bar or engage in some water sports like kayaking or paddleboarding.

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Coco Bongo Cancun Ticket
Excursions & day trips

Coco Bongo Cancun Ticket

If you're in the mood for a night out with plenty of fun and dancing, look no further than Coco Bongo in Cancun. With acrobat displays, bar-top conga lines, DJ sets, live bands, and music from every decade you're sure to have a great time – and you'll have express entry and an open bar thrown in for good measure.

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Captain Hook Boat Cruise Ticket
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Captain Hook Boat Cruise Ticket

A cruise from Cancun with a difference. Instead of relaxation, you'll enjoy an evening full of action and pirate-themed adventure as you sail out into the Caribbean Sea where pesky pirates are ready to attack at any given chance. And before it all kicks off, there's a delicious buffet dinner served on board.

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Nat Geo Day Tour: Unveiling the Importance of Cancun’s Reef Restoration
Excursions & day trips

Nat Geo Day Tour: Unveiling the Importance of Cancun’s Reef Restoration

Explore the wonders of the Mesoamerican Reef System on this exclusive National Geographic Day Tour. Led by marine specialists, you will have the unique opportunity to snorkel and witness the impact of humanity on the reef and see coral bleaching. This is followed by an insightful talk on actionable steps for reef restoration.Setting sail when the waters are at their calmest, you'll venture to two different reefs, each affected by bleaching due to global warming, water pollution, and microplastics. Visit the reef known as “El Meco”, which boasts the youngest corals, making it a particularly special attraction.The boats used for the tour are certified by Blue Flag for sustainable tourism, ensuring your voyage aligns with eco-conscious practices. Along the way, you'll also get to know the local fauna and savour samples of traditional snacks including Kibi.During this tour, you will be inspired to protect these marine ecosystems, which is the aim of the National Geographic-sponsored Pristine Seas project. This project has carried out expeditions to Banco Chinchorro, a significant part of the Mesoamerican Reef System. This project's work underscores the importance of safeguarding marine environments from human influence while protecting the last wild places in our oceans.By joining this tour, you will engage with the vital importance of preserving and protecting the precious Mesoamerican Reef System. See for yourself the marvels of the ocean and gain a profound understanding of coral reefs and their critical role in the biosphere.

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Nat Geo Day Tour: Exploring the Underworld and Mayan Culture
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Nat Geo Day Tour: Exploring the Underworld and Mayan Culture

When you imagine the ancient Mayans peering into mysteriously deep and limpid underground pools, it's easy to see how they came to believe these cenotes were windows to the underworld. This National Geographic Day Tour is a journey into the deepest aspects of Mayan culture, bridging the gap between the tempting beauty of the cenotes the region is so famous for, and the significance they hold in local tradition. You'll begin the day with a descent into either Abuelo or Zoi Che cenote, where you can choose to enjoy a cooling dip. These water-filled caverns offer a tangible connection to the Mayan way of life. Your National Geographic-trained guide will explain how the fresh water of cenotes was crucial for the survival of Mayan settlements, especially given the scarcity of rivers and lakes in the Yucatan. As well as their spiritual status, the guide will also describe the Mayan concept of the underworld, or Xibalba, and it's nine layered structure which is reflected in many of Mexico's Mayan pyramids. Next, you'll take a guided stroll along the Mayan Path of Xibalba where thirteen representations of Mayan gods punctuate the route, and your guide will unravel their stories on the way. National Geographic guests will have private access to the park's recently discovered fifth cenote, steeped in the aura of the ancient world. After your exploration of the connection between cenotes and Mayan culture and beliefs, it's time to relax over a traditional homemade local lunch, a homage to the region's culinary heritage.

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Cancun Xplor Adventure Park Ticket
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Cancun Xplor Adventure Park Ticket

Xplor is one for adrenaline junkies. Ziplines, 4x4 jungle trails, underground pools, rafting through caves – and that's only the beginning. Bring out your inner Tarzan and enjoy an action-packed day in Cancun.Deep into the Riviera Maya jungle, you'll discover a land of adrenaline-pumping opportunities. Soar through the treetops on ziplines as high as 45 metres – the height of an 11-storey building – then back on solid ground you'll get behind the wheel of a 4x4 to rev your way through the rainforest.Your journey will also bring a few surprises along the way, with a chance to swim and raft in an ancient cenote – an underground cavernous pool – where you'll use your hands to propel you through the water as you admire stalactite spears that have formed on the roof. And round of the experience with a splash by zooming through the sky in a hammock and land in a cenote.

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Chichen Itza & Maya Village Tour with a Traditional Lunch
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Chichen Itza & Maya Village Tour with a Traditional Lunch

The jewel in the Yucatán crown, Chichen Itza is an archaeological site brimming with ancient Maya ruins, temples and pyramids. An early morning start awaits as you traverse deep into the Yucatán peninsula to tour the site. You'll also journey into the Mayan underworld at a cenote and visit a traditional Maya village. Lunch is included, too.

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Guided Tour of Tulum and Visit to a Modern Maya Community
Excursions & day trips

Guided Tour of Tulum and Visit to a Modern Maya Community

Exploring ancient ruins and swimming in underground caves make this an action-packed morning of adventure. A guided tour of one of Mexico's most important historical sites is followed by a visit to a traditional Mayan community. What's more, you'll get the chance to take a refreshing dip in a cenote too.

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Holbox Island Boat and Buggy Tour from Chiquila
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Holbox Island Boat and Buggy Tour from Chiquila

Holbox Island offers 36km of pristine white beaches washed by emerald green seas. On this exclusive TUI excursion, you'll tour spots like Isla Pasion and Punta Mosquito on a private boat, enjoy lunch at a five-star eco resort and more. And there's also golf buggy tour of the island to look forward to.

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Coba Maya Ruins Tour with Lunch and Cenote Swim
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Coba Maya Ruins Tour with Lunch and Cenote Swim

A journey deep into the Yucatán jungle to discover the ancient Maya city of Coba. You'll learn about their enigmatic culture, see the Great Pyramid, meet local villagers and swim in a sacred cenote

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Tulum, Cenote Swim, Turtle Snorkelling & Beach Club Combo Tour
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Tulum, Cenote Swim, Turtle Snorkelling & Beach Club Combo Tour

Exploring Mexico just got a whole lot easier. On this full day adventure, you'll tick off no less than four different activities. Start with a guided visit of the archaeological site of Tulum, then head to a cenote for a swim. Next, it's off to Akumal for a spot of snorkelling. Round off your day with lunch at a beach club. Carmen, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘The most photographed structure in the archaeological site is the Castillo, which is perched on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea. The Castillo might be the most famous, but there are plenty of other ancient Mayan ruins to explore, such as the Temple of the Descending God and the Temple of the Frescoes.'The marvels of the Mayan culture will be revealed on your guided tour around Tulum. You'll learn about it's past as a walled city, and its former role as a trading hub. After the tour you'll have free time to explore at your leisure. Next, prepare to be dazzled by colours at an ancient Mayan cenote, a natural cave with a freshwater pool fed by underground water sources and considered sacred by the Mayans.After a cooling swim, we'll head for the picturesque seaside community of Akumal, known for its laid-back atmosphere, natural beauty, and abundant marine life. With its intriguing underwater world, Akumal offers one of the best snorkelling experiences in the Riviera Maya. Encounter an array of tropical fish, corals, and perhaps even sea turtles. To complete your day, unwind and indulge in a tasty meal at a nearby beach club.

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Tulum Tour with Nopalitos Lagoon and Lunch
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Tulum Tour with Nopalitos Lagoon and Lunch

This adults-only tour has a healthy fifty-fifty mix of culture and chilling out time. You'll firstly explore the Maya ruins of Tulum, the only site by the sea, then while away the remaining hours at the exclusive Nopalito lagoon, where you can relax and try out some paddleboarding and kayaking.

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Introducing Cancun

This Mexican paradise, on the Yucatan peninsula, is perfect if you’re looking to combine colourful natural sights with fascinating culture. And that’s before you get to the world-class nightlife, white-sand beaches, turquoise sea and kaleidoscopic coral reefs. Things to do extend well beyond the coastline and the clubs – there are natural pools called cenotes, plus multiple must-visit Mayan archaeological sites, such as Chichen Itza and Tulum, to discover, too.

Top six things to do in Cancun

1. Explore Chichen Itza

A daytrip to the vast temple complex of Chichen Itza is a must when visiting Cancun. Built by the ancient Mayan civilisation, the ruins are now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The impressive Temple of Kukulkan, also known as El Castillo, is probably the most famous example of Mayan architecture in the Yucatan. The Sacred Cenote, the Temple of the Skulls and the Temple of the Warriors are also not to be missed.

2. Go on an excursion to Isla Mujeres

Escape the hustle and bustle of Cancun by booking an excursion to Isla Mujeres. Just a 20-minute boat ride away, a daytrip to Isla Mujeres is one of the most popular things to do in Cancun. Known for its laidback vibe, pristine sands, flourishing coral reefs and quaint eateries, there’s plenty to keep you busy for a day. If you want to explore the island’s most iconic sites, and not just the main town, then the best way to get around is by renting a golf cart for the day.

3. Swim in a cenote

Cenotes are underground caverns that are formed naturally in limestone rock when an underground cave collapses in on itself. Considered sacred by the ancient Mayan civilisation, there are thousands of cenotes across the Yucatan peninsula. From sun-drenched lagoons to seemingly bottomless caves adorned with stalagmites and stalactites, the cenotes are great places to explore. Swimming and snorkelling are among the most popular cenote experiences, but zip-lining, diving or kayaking activities are also available.

4. Try your hand at some water activities

The azure waters off the coast of Cancun are ideal for all types of water activities, including jet-skiing, paddleboarding, parasailing, surfing and fishing. This part of Mexico is home to some of the largest reefs in the world, so scuba diving and snorkelling are among the most popular water activities in Cancun. This corner of the Caribbean is full of colourful marine life, and if you time your visit right, you can even see whale sharks as they migrate past Cancun. If you don’t want to get wet, but are still looking to get out on the water, then book a relaxing catamaran cruise to see the beach-brushed coastline from a different angle.

5. Head to Tulum

Located near Playa del Carmen, the ruins of ancient Tulum are an easy excursion to do from Cancun. Tulum is, in a word, spectacular. It’s a sight to behold due to its location – on cliffs overlooking the Caribbean Sea. Don’t forget to bring your swimming gear and visit the small beach below the ruins, which is only accessible from the archaeological site. Besides the crumbling Mayan ruins, you’ll find numerous natural cenote pools to explore, plus traditional restaurants and the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve in the modern Tulum town.

6. Enjoy a thrilling day out at an eco-adventure park

You’ll find several zip-lining and eco-adventure parks in the Cancun area. Soar above the treetops, whizz across cenotes, snorkel in clear lagoons and get up close to jungle animals, birds and insects in a natural environment at one of the many eco-adventure parks. Spend your day flying over beautiful turquoise lakes at Xel-Há Eco Park, ride a monster truck at Xavage Park or visit Selvatica Adventure Park for fun in the Mexican jungle.