Yucatan Peninsula Adventure: Hike, Snorkel and Bike the Land of the Maya

See how the “Mayan Riviera” got its name as you float a UNESCO biosphere reserve, snorkel the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef and learn about the cenote sagrado (sacred well) of Chichén Itzá.
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Program No. 21189RJ
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This program was TOTALLY EXCELLENT! The pace, the variety of experiences, the delightful guide, Riaz Escobedo Graham. I cannot imagine a better experience or a week better spent.


This program includes varied fun activities while learning about the Mayan culture. A great program for snowbirds getting out of the cold winter!


We had a great time. Tay was an outstanding leader. We saw Mayan ruins, rappelled into a cenote, went snorkeling (using life jackets helped my wife enjoy it better), zip-lined, and floated the natural equivilent of a water park endless river. You're welcome to look at my photos at: https://1drv.ms/f/s!Au-HglO6WmHD32l21qUsKM7betwF


My wife and are very pleased with all aspects with this trip. We were especially pleased with our leader Tai, he was the best leader we have ever had during our travels.


What a fascinating part of our southern neighbor is the Yucatán Peninsula. Moving deep into the interior to discover intricately carved structures and exotic animal life, as well as being exposed to some pretty wild sporting activities, provided a thrilling and unforgettable experience!


We really enjoyed this fun activity packed trip. Great mixture of Mayan history/culture and water activities. Ruins, famous and lesser known, were fascinating. Learning about cenotes and the underground river system was so interesting- then swimming in them so refreshing. The day recreating in the Sian Ka'an reserve was a highlight. Could not have asked for a better guide in Tay, driver in Tino or nicer group of fellow travelers.


This tour was a completely unique experience...visiting the Mayan sites and learning about Mayan culture was truly fascinating...and swimming in the cenotes is an experience you will not forget.


This program had a well-balanced blend of fun physical activities and fascinating mental activities; three major archeological sits, three cenote swims, three Mayan Riviera must-see towns, three lovely hotels in 3 distinct styles, and countless good meals! All in the care of a great guide, Tai, a great driver, Tino, and in the company of amiable, admirable fellow-travelers. What a fun vacation!


Too bad a lot more people are not enjoying this program. It was interesting, active, and informative nonstop. We all marveled at how much was packed into just a few days, how well it was organized, and how absolutely enjoyable it was.

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