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Aktun Chac-Mool and Villa Guadalupe – All-Inclusive Eco Tour from Tulum

A Day of Exciting Mayan Adventures Awaits:

El Alamo Tree Ritual

You'll take part in a sacred Mayan ritual to be granted permission to enter the dry cave .

Villa Guadalupe Tower Panorama

Climb up the high Villa Guadalupe tower for the spectacular panoramic view

The door of Xibalba

Pass through the place of fear - as the ancient Mayas called it.

Aktun Chacmool Cenote

Swim in the beautiful cenote - surrounded by impressive cave formations

Rappelling 15 meters down

fun adventure to descend into El Alamo Cave.

Visit Villa Guadalupe

Meet the locals for an authentic Mayan lunch
Guided Day Tour from TulumPrices in USD / per personTour Duration
Aktun Chac-Mool, Villa Guadalupe, El Alamo Cave & more$1498am – 5pm

 

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Price includes:

  • Round-trip – transportation;
  • All entrance fees to the sites;
  • Certified local guide speaking English, Spanish and Maya;
  • Guided tour with all the curious archaeological facts;
  • All equipment needed – wetsuits, snorkels, rappelling equipment etc;
  • 1 hour free time – swimming in the secret cenote;
  • Tasting traditional Mayan food in restaurant in Villa Guadalupe – chicken soup with garlic or tortilla, beans, chili Habanero, etc;
  • Free Go-Pro rental to record your adventure;

Be Part of the Exotic Mayan Adventures – Secret Caves, Crystal Clear Cenote Waters and More

In the morning, we will pick you up at your preferred location – Tulum, Playa del Carmen or Puerto Aventuras in our monster track and we will head to Villa Guadalupe to meet the local guide and some native Maya people. We will proceed to El Alamo cave – where near a beautiful tree you will take part in an ancient Mayan ceremony to be granted access to this sacred cenote. And then, the real adventure begins, it’s time for rappelling 15 meters down into the secret dry cave with impressive stalactite formations. Fully equipped we will descend into El Alamo. You will have a whole hour to take photos and admire one of the most decorated dry caves in Riviera Maya. At its very end is the door of Xibalba – Mayans believed the underground complex of water-filled & dry chambers El Alamo was the path to a mythical underworld, known as Xibalba – the place of fear. We will magically exit here, leaving all fears behind.
Afterwards, we will head to the cenote Aktun Chacmool for a pleasant swim, where you can admire some of the world’s largest stalactites. This cenote is stunningly beautiful – blue waters and impressive cave formations.
The most exclusive part of our cultural tour follows – joining the local community of Villa Guadalupe for a traditional lunch will reveal the essence of our adventure. This picturesque Mayan village will enchant you with its people, atmosphere and delicious Mayan food – home grown chicken soup with garlic, tortilla with beans and chili Habanero. Before our return we will conquer a high wooden tower in Villa Guadalupe for the most spectacular panoramic view of this extraordinary land.

Good to know:

      • The adventure is: 9 hours long (8am – 5pm)
      • Come to meet us at a pick up location of your choice: Tulum, Playa del Carmen or Puerto Aventuras, Mexico and let’s go!
      • For your comfort, please wear a swimsuit, water shoes and suitable clothing (rash guard or a long sleeve shirt; light long pants; sun glasses; sun hat or cap)
      • Help us preserve the wildlife – avoid putting sunscreen on. Wear suitable clothing to shade your skin from the sun, instead of using sunscreen.
      • Use a biodegradable sunscreen in case you really need to.
      • Have an extra pair of clothes and a towel, to change.
      • Make sure to bring cash to buy souvenirs as most shops there do no work in credit/debit cards.
      • Make your stay in Riviera Maya even more exciting – You can combine this tour with a trip to Punta Laguna & Coba or Cho-ha & Naranjal and get a discount.