Riviera Maya Activities - Tours
Maya Clay Bath Day
Enjoy a healing experience at the Maya Clay Bath Day, offering unique healing therapies that are designed to promote relaxation, detoxify and revitalize the senses.
Sian Ka’an Biosphere
Situated just south of downtown Tulum, the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offering a wide variety of activities in an all-day excursion.
Sian Ka’an Muyil
The Sian Ka’an Muyil float tour is a truly unforgettable experience that winds through ancient Mayan ruins and trading canals, as well as protected freshwater wetlands.
Coba Mayan Tour
See the Punta Laguna Reserve, where you will meet the monkeys and wildlife, zipline and swim in a cenote, then visit Coba; an impressive ancient Mayan archaeological site.
Chichen Itza Tour
Take a breathtaking journey to the ancient Mayan site of Chichen Itza, then cool off by taking a swim in a beautiful freshwater cenote before you explore downtown Valladolid.
Experience a half-day snorkeling tour in the clear turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and explore the Maya underworld in a special freshwater cenote experience.
With at least 547 different species and 74 different bird families registered on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, Tulum is one of the world’s top locations for birding enthusiasts.
Learn how to kitesurf in the clear Caribbean waters of Tulum with experienced, IKO-certified instructors who have decades of experience kiteboarding around the world.
Dive along the world’s second-largest barrier reef system and experience the clear turquoise waters of the Mexican Caribbean Sea, or explore the Riviera Maya’s freshwater cenotes.
See even more of Tulum on a standup paddle boarding adventure, which gives easy access to the local marine life and coral in the clear blue waters of the Mexican Caribbean Sea.
As one of the Riviera Maya’s most accessible watersports, snorkeling in Tulum is an ideal way to experience the freshwater cenotes and underwater magic of the Caribbean Sea.
With ideal angling conditions year-round, the Riviera Maya is a sport fishing paradise with an impressive variety of game fish in the clear blue waters of the Mexican Caribbean.
Enjoy a quick and easy day of fly fishing in the Riviera Maya, which is home to a number of scenic shallow bays that are home to triggerfish, pufferfish, jack cravalle and more.