• Maya Pyramids
  • Colonial Valladolid
  • UNESCO world heritage!
  • Full day program
  • Lunch included
  • Departure from Cancun / Riviera Maya


From the comfort of your hotel, accompanied by a certified guide, you will enjoy a comfortable and safe trip right to the enigmatic archeological site of the Mexican Caribbean. The impressive Chichén Itzá, which is not only a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1988, but also chosen as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World in 2007, is without doubt a must-see of the Yucatan Peninsula. While the rest of the modern world was immersed in the Middle Ages, the Maya built this majestic city in 525 B.C., the primary political center of the Mayan region. Seeing the giant pyramids, acknowledging the most important elements of the mystical Mayan culture, paying tribute to the stupendous engineering and astronomical knowledge of the Mayas is all part of the experience. Its icon „El Castillo”, a pyramid dedicated to the god Kukulcan, is a testimony of this important culture’s impressive mathematical and astronomical precision, which still baffles visitors today. Chichen Itza is astonishing, thoughtful and magical.
After discovering the Mayan world’s heritage we are heading to Valladolid to experience the charm of this colonial town. Founded by Francisco de Montejo „The Nephew”, this colonial town is one of the oldest in Latin America, and is synonymous with the history and the avant-garde. The beautiful face of a colonial architecture, in its stately old mansions and plazas is also found the warmth of its people and captivating places worth visiting. This one-day tour is the perfect alternative to understand the reality of past times in this new and exciting present. During our tour you will enjoy a delicious lunch, the best of Mexican cuisine.

  • Tulum the seaside city-state
  • Coba the former great power
  • Yucatan’s highest climbable pyramid
  • Swimming opportunity in Tulum
  • Full day tour, lunch included
  • Departure from Cancun / Riviera Maya


We invite you to visit the two most remarkable cities of the Mayan culture within one tour. Enveloped by the jungle and surrounded by lagoons, Cobá was a major urban center that held economic sway over the Yucatan Peninsula through complex routes and alliances with more than 52000 inhabitants in its glory days. The ancient city’s monumental buildings, its amazing network of roads, its stelae and hieroglyphic texts are only some of the distinctive traits of this special Mayan city. Its specialty is that here is the highest pyramid of the Yucatan Peninsula and the only one in the area that can still be climbed. After climbing up the 130 stairs we will have an exceptional panorama to the jungle. After seeing the most important sights of the Coba ruins we continue our journey to the other Mayan ruins in Tulum. Tulum was built late in the thirteenth century, during what is known as the Mayan post-classic period and was the first Mayan city discovered by the Spanish conquerors in the 16th Century. This is the only walled Mayan city known to exist on the seashore. Renowned for its millenary frescos and unique buildings, this mysterious city was a major port-of-call along the Mayan maritime trade routes. After visiting the most remarkable relics, you have the opportunity to swim in the beautiful azure blue beach right at the foot of the ruin of „El Castillo” which is perched on the edge of a 12-metre limestone cliff overlooking to the sea. During our tour we enjoy a traditional lunch at a local restaurant and we return back to our hotel in the afternoon.

  • Motorboat tour
  • Pink beach, swimming opportunity
  • Flamingos and hundreds of birds
  • Salt ponds and domes
  • Ek Balam ruined city
  • Maya Village
  • Nature and Culture


See a migratory bird sanctuary, the ancient Maya city of Ek Balam and a traditional Maya village on a full-day tour that goes off the beaten track to explore the Yucatan’s history, wildlife, and culture. This tour includes pickup and drop-off at your hotel and a boat trip through the Gulf Coast mangroves. We visit one of the Yucatan Peninsula’s most unique places, Río Lagartos, which is a small fishing village on the northern shores of the Yucatán Peninsula known for its incredibly diverse wildlife. Its most popular attraction is its nature reserve and lagoon, where we go on a boat trip to see it’s beautiful wildlife including flamingos, eagles, herons, geese, pelicans, frigate birds, and last but not least, crocodiles. Along our boat trip we will stop at a lagoon called Las Coloradas which is home to Mexico’s second largest salt factory since salt is extracted from the seawater there. Here you won’t be able to believe your eyes as you enjoy the breathtaking views of the unbelievably pink lagoon water. Our next stop will be El Balam, a well-preserved and exquisite Maya city. It’s a perfect place to visit an ancient city away from the crowds. See the forbidding sculptures that guard the ‘kingdom of the dead,’ and climb the side of Ek Balam’s largest pyramid to see bright plaster decorations and reflecting pools. After all this we will get an inside view of the everyday life of the Mayas while visiting a traditional Mayan village. We recommend this program to everyone who are not only interested in culture and history, but in the beauties of nature, as well and are eager to spend a wonderful day in this special area of the Yucatan Peninsula.