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Tankah

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“mayan village”(7 reviews)
“zip lining”(24 reviews)
“mayan meal”(4 reviews)
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Located near the town of Tulum, in the heart of the forest, Tankah village combines the wonders of nature with the mysticism of the ancient Maya.
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Carretera Federal 307 | Km 233, Tulum 77760, Mexico
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+52 984 218 9076
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All reviews mayan village zip lining mayan meal the hard rock hotel recommend water shoes eco park our tour guide bring biodegradable sunscreen cliff jumping bug spray small group local culture lots of fun waterproof camera caesar canoeing riviera
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Had a great time,Hector was a great tour guide and made the adventure a real good time. Did 4 zip lines, 4 cenotes, a bit of canoeing and an awesome authentic Mayan lunch. There was a tour group from Unico with around 14 of us...More

Thank FiberOptic
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

My family of 10 and I came here and had an absolute blast. Kids were age range of 7-15. My parents were with us as well. There are four cenotes. You start it by zip lining and jumping off a rock ledge. The second one...More

Thank JANETTE B
Reviewed 18 August 2018 via mobile

Had the best time at Tankah with my family! Cesar was an AMAZING tour guide, your lucky if you have him! He is very informative and welcoming. This excursion offered cliff diving and zip-lining. Amazing food from the Mayans in their village. The children are...More

Thank Lynnsey x
Reviewed 31 July 2018

We took 6 people on this 'adventure' - our tour guide had up standing in the sun while he waited for his tips from his morning tours. We went to him several times and all he could say way that he had not been tipped...More

Thank kah762018
Reviewed 18 July 2018 via mobile

Most beautiful place we saw in Mexico! I would advise wearing water shoes and a rash guard as sunscreen is discouraged. However I would bring biodegradable bug spray because there are quite a few mosquitoes. We swam in three beautiful cenotes and zip lined over...More

Thank Michelle H
Reviewed 28 June 2018

Really enjoyed tour of 4 beautiful cenotes in eco-park. Fantastic snorkeling at Blue cenote, superb meal. Guia Hector era perfecto! Tequila tasting was good but don't believe what they say about the $6 charge to take home alcohol when not checking luggage on Delta. Checked...More

Thank Nancy M
Reviewed 23 June 2018

We did this Tankah tour and it was amazing! The cenotes were so fun and interesting, my kids had a blast! The tour guide was funny and entertaining. The buffet lunch was delicious! Seriously a must do if you are in the are!

Thank I_heart_my_loves
Reviewed 4 May 2018 via mobile

We had a beautiful tour of 4 cenotes. Zipline into one! Snorkeling at 3 of them. Fabulous meal at the end. Organic tequila tasting for dessert. Nicole was an awesome guide. Deffiently recommend this excersion!

Thank magan1977
Reviewed 22 April 2018

Done as part of a split visit with Coba this was an excellent compliment to that site. As we’d done the standard half day tour to Coba we’d miss out on the other truly enjoyable bits of visit Coba such as the cenotes, the lake...More

Thank TheRestlessTraveller
Reviewed 16 April 2018 via mobile

We visit from tour from Carnival Glory. Was a good experience. The water is a little cool, but refreshing the day after visit Tulum. We try their lunch and their coffee and was good. So, for me and my husband was the best excursion ever....More

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denismcd
18 February 2018|
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Response from Sylvie N | Reviewed this property |
As I was there with a group, the visit had to be organized in advance, but for sure they are also accessible on an individual basis. Usually parking is organized on the spot by the entrance, but inside the park you cannot... More
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Response from Sunita N | Reviewed this property |
We did. we found the Tulum cenotes more crowded than Tankah. we had a smaller group in Tankah and really also enjoyed the ziplining. take your snorkels if you have them
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