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Snorkeling Adventure Tour in Three Ecosystems

Highlights
  • A small-group allows private attention from your guide
  • Visit some of the best places to swim in the area
  • Value: entrance fees and lunch are included
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Snorkeling Adventure Tour in Three Ecosystems
From USD 160.00
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Snorkeling Adventure Tour in Three Ecosystems
From USD 160.00
Overview
Explore some of Tulum’s best swimming spots on a snorkeling adventure. This tour sets itself apart from other snorkeling outings by visiting three distinct ecosystems with a guide, allowing you to experience firsthand the aquatic life and beautiful swimming places of the Riviera Maya. Travel light, as lunch and entrance fees are included, and explore reefs, cenotes, and underground rivers.
What to Expect
Meet your guide and group at the Agua Clara Diving Shop on Av. Coba in Tulum. From there, board your tour vehicle and get ready for swimming and snorkeling at three different sites, each representing a different ecosystem.

First, head to the beach at Tulum Bay, where you hop on a boat and cruise to a reef in front of the Tulum Ruins. Swim there for a while and then head to Casa Cenote, known for its clear waters and schools of colorful fish.

Afterward, make your way to the Sac Actun Cenote, where you spend roughly an hour swimming and snorkeling near one of the longest underground river and cave networks in the world. Enjoy lunch and then relax on the drive back to Tulum and the original departure point.
Reviews (43)
1 - 5 of 38 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Brilliant day and great guide

My wife and I spent half a day in an open cenote and then out on the reef with Julio, our guide, a trip we arranged through our hotel (Mi Amor). The activities lasted about half a day and were really well worth it. The...More

Thank Liam H
Eyal L, Manager at Agua Clara Diving Tulum, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago

Hola Liam, We are glad that you enjoyed the tour with Julio ;-)

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Three cenotes, a lot of interesting animals and experiences

We especially enjoyed Sac Actún though all of the cenotes we visited on this trip were wonderful. On the day of our trip the ocean was too rough to visit the reef which meant we went to an extra cenote. At the first cenote a...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank CindyC-PaulG
Reviewed 18 December 2018 via mobile
One of the best experiences in Tulum!!

I can’t say enough good things about Agua Clara or our guide for the day, Julio. My friend and I spent the day snorkeling in cenotes and at Akumal Bay where we were lucky enough to see a couple of sea turtles as soon as...More

Thank stephaniek521
Eyal L, Manager at Agua Clara Diving Tulum, responded to this reviewResponded 18 December 2018

Hola Stephanie, Thanks for the Review!

Reviewed 12 November 2018
Great Tulum experience!

My boyfriend and I did this tour with our guide Julio. Throughout the tour Julio explained the history of each place and also provided us with tips to make the experience one of a kind. In addition, Julio is a very nice and a fun...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Zerene R
Eyal L, Manager at Agua Clara Diving Tulum, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2018

Hi Zerena, Thanks for the review!

Reviewed 11 November 2018
Best day in Tulum

Amazing day with my wife and 7 y.o. daughter sminning in 2 cenotes and in the ocean dancing with mantas and turtles. Best guide ever, thank you Julio!

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Gianluca R
Eyal L, Manager at Agua Clara Diving Tulum, responded to this reviewResponded 12 November 2018

Hi Gianluca, We are happy that you had a great time with Julio!

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Response from mrdee427 | Reviewed this property |
We were there in May and while there was some seaweed, it wasn't a big problem. I say no to taking an 8 year old. Only because the cenote trip is pretty dark, ok COMPLETELY dark without the flashlights, and requires... More
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