Experience an exclusive half-day of pure nature at a secret location in the heart of the Mayan Jungle and pamper yourself with real privacy and the opportunity to connect with your deeper self.

Be one of the few to have the opportunity to soak in this sacred underground rivers without crowds and enlighten your senses while swimming these truly unique cenotes. You will swim in these caves with beautiful natural pools of pure fresh water and with depth variations, full of ancient rock formations, such as stalactites and stalagmites. You will witness the immensity of the underworld or “Xibalba”, as the mayans would call it. With snorkel gear and underwater flashlights, you will be able to explore and feast your eyes with this natural wonders.
After the swim, you can enjoy a special lunch surrounded by the music of wild birds to rest your
senses and unwind before heading back to your hotel vacation home.
Break away from the crowds and truly enjoy the experience of connecting through disconnection.

Important:
If you’re planning a tour for a group of more than 12 people please feel free to reach us via email to:

[email protected]

Roundtrip transportation from hotel or condoBilingual guide and driver
Entrance feePurified water and healthy snacks for the day
Snorkeling gear and life jacket for the cenoteStop for lunch or shopping on the way back (optional)

Bring some cash

Do not bring heavy backpacks

Comfortable shoes, light clothes and sunglasses are a must. Wearing a hat, cap and a swimsuit is a great idea. Use biodegradable sunscreen since regular sunscreens pollute cenotes. Bring a towel.

If you have any health condition that we should be aware of, please mention it during the booking process so we can advise you with related info on the tour and the existing physical condition

*Times are estimate

Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review
June 13, 2021

Such a fun, beautiful, and safe tour. The Tour Guides were knowledgeable, kind, and fun. They shared history of the land as we passed the trees and cenotes. We visited 3 cenotes. The first one we could jump in and swim and the last 2 were more cave-like. They were all beautiful and would 10/10 recommend. We went to a delicious taco spot and learned of Yucatan cuisine. The 2 gentlemen giving the tour were the best to spend the day with. They had all the safety equipment and were good drivers!

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