Tulum hides many secrets, one of the most spectacular is located south of the area, we are talking about Sian Ka'an, an incredibly rich and diverse natural reserve where subway fresh water cenotes flow to connect with the Caribbean Sea.
The overlapping mix of habitats provides a living and breeding place for a variety of fish, animal, bird, and reptile species, all connected by lovely rivers and designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its ecological value.
On this tour, we explore a narrow strip of land surrounded by vacant expanses of beach, lagoons, and lush flora through a boat journey that takes us over divergent coastal habitats, through mangrove forest, and out to the coral reef.
Boatride in Sian Ka'an.
Snorkel in the reef or swim in an open Cenote.
Tuesday - Thursdays or on demand.
08:00 am - 05:00 pm.