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A biking tour through Yucatan rural roads. Immerse yourself into a huge cave and crawl to discover its secrets. Swim at crystal clear water cenotes and discover an abandoned colonial Hacienda.

day trip - 9 am - 3 pm

Next available date:

Mar 26, 2019 (Tuesday); or - View more dates!

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Medium physical activity

biking , other aquatic activities

biking
other aquatic activitiesother aquatic activities
  • es: espa–ñol

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INFORMATION & RECOMMENDATIONS

Description

A biking tour through Yucatan rural roads that connect 2 traditional towns.

Immerse yourself into the darkness of a huge cave.
It has wonderful rock formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
And if you want to discover the best part... you will need to crawl!

Swim at crystal clear water cenotes

And visit an abandoned colonial Hacienda.
Discover how nature slowly recovers what it rightfully owns.

Includes a Yucatan traditional lunch.

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Includes

+ Cave entrance
+ Cenote entrance
+ Bike rental
+ Guides (Spanish speakers)
+ Visit ancient hacienda
+ Regional dish

Doesn't include

+ Transportation
+ Personal expenses
+ Tips

Contact us if you need transportation or an English speaker guide

+ Know how to swim and ride a bicycle
+ Comfortable clothes, you may get dirty (mud)
+ Bring a change of clothes
+ Swimsuit, towel, and sandals
+ Tennis shoes
+ Water and a snack
+ Ecological insect repellent
+ Goggles or mask
+ Cash

Recommendations

To swim in cenotes bring your swimsuit, a visor or goggles, and life jacket (even if you know how to swim).

It is advisable to bring biodegradable insect repellent and sunscreen, and water.

Every modification alters the ecosystem, leave nature sites, elements and its fauna as found.

Care for nature! Bring bags to take all your litter and garbage back with you; take special care of glassware and / or campfires.

Remember heat can be extreme, especially from April to September. Stay hydrated and dress accordingly.

Others recommend us

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Bike, cave, Hacienda, and Cenotes

from Puebla

Mil gracias, muy excelente trabajo! Muchas felicidades!
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Classic Yucatan

from CDMX

Recomiendo ampliamente a Wanderlum y a nuestros anfitriones Rosbelt Serrano y Gerardo Flores porque siempre estuvieron pendientes de nuestro viaje y que necesitábamos llevar a cada lugar que íbamos a visitar gracias chicos
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Chichen Itza from Merida

from Ohio

I used Wanderlum to take about 20 of my family and friends on a tour to Chichen Itza and Cenote Ik Kil during our destination wedding trip. Hands down one of the best decisions we made! The team was professional, very easy to work with, meticulously detailed with their planning and gave us a wonderful experience! You will not be disappointed in your choice to use them to guide your adventure!

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ITINERARY

Tour agenda

  • 09:00 AM.

    Instructions and bike delivery

  • 09:15 AM.

    Bike tour through rural roads and traditional Yucatan towns

  • 09:45 AM.

    Arrival to cave. Gear delivery (helmet and lantern)

  • 12:00 PM.

    Tour inside the cave

  • 01:00 PM.

    Bike to visit the ancient Hacienda

  • 02:00 PM.

    Cenote

  • 03:00 PM.

    Lunch

Availability

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$550
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