We’ll start the tour showing the local market where you can buy ‘tamales’ or fresh fruit to take with you on the trip.
Entrance: 80 pesos
After a stop at the convent it is time for a fresh dip in one of the most beautiful cenotes: Hacienda San Lorenzo Oxman. Ready for the rope swing?
Entrance: 85/125 pesos
Here you can swim in two of the more famous cenotes
in the Yucatan Peninsula: X’Kekén and Samulá.
The highlight of the trip is the integration with the local Mayan people of the village of Dzitnup or Xocén.
At about noon, we go back to basics. We’ll show you how Mayas used to live like they did hundreds years ago and still keep alive their original identity. They will show you how you can make your own tortillas.
On the way back we´ll visit the little village of Chichimilá, where the Mayan Caste War began in 1847.
|08:15am – 08:30am||Welcome. Preparing equipment. Security instructions.|
|08:30am – 09:15am||Visit to the market|
|10:00 am – 10:45 am||Swimming private cenote hacienda|
|11:30am -12:45 pm||Visit cenotes Dzitnup: Samulá and/or X-kekén (swimming)|
|01:00 pm- 02:15pm||Making tortillas by hand – lunch|
|02:30 pm- 02:45pm||Visit Maya family – donation|
|02:45 pm -03:30 pm||To Chichimilá: Mayan Caste War|
|03:45pm-04:30 pm||Back to Valladolid|
Price: 42 usd by bike – 65 usd by car.
Includes: Trilingual guideservice, donation first mayan family, mayan tortilla snack made by hand.
Not included: Entrances to the 3 cenotes (155/190 pesos) and tips.
Minimum: 3 people by car. 4 people by bike
We recommend you to make a reservation by sending us an e-mail. The first one who books a tour on a certain day, that day will be the tour for all customers.
Payment for booking is with Paypal, up to 1 week before the tour. Only cash at arrival for due amount. More details in ‘Contact’.
We don’t get commissions in the places we visit!! We don’t bother you with stopping at shops to let you buy souvenirs. So you will pay a correct price.
Age recommended: 10+ years ( by bike)
We recommend you to bring:
- Comfortable clothes
- Sport shoes or sandals
- Bug repellent
- Rain jacket
- Bottle of water
- Cash to pay the entrances
- Good humor
*We recommend you not to apply insect repellent or sunscreen before entering the cenotes