LDS Tour 5. Tulum & Xel-Ha ALL INCLUSIVE

 

     
 
Visit Tulum, an archaeological site that blends the historical and cultural Mayan legacy. Due to its amazing architecture and location on a cliff facing the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, Tulum is the third most visited pre-Hispanic site in Mexico. 
Xel-Ha is nature as no one has ever felt it before, a place to share in celebrating the biological parade of the Mayan Riviera. Its natural wonder and open-sea aquarium offers a myriad of land and water activities, ecological attractions, world-class restaurants and countless more unimaginable experiences. 
At last – the dream of stepping through the aquarium glass and drifting into an astonishing world of underwater magic is about to come true in a biological parade of the Riviera Maya. Dazzle your senses. Feel the thrills of adventure and caresses of paradise. Xel-Ha – the natural wonder awaits.

Tour includes.
• Round trip private transportation and LDS tour guide 
• Use of snorkeling equipment (refundable deposit of $25 USD) 
• Free snorkel tube 
• Breakfast, lunch and snacks buffet style (international and national cuisine) all you can eat 
• Use of lockers, towels andlife jackets 
• Inner tubes for the river and inlet 
• Bicycle ride 
• Rest areas (hammocks) 
• Water activities in river and inlet 
• Tours in gardens and jungle trails 
• Attractions such as Meliponary and Vivero 
• Unlimited soft drinks
 
 
 

 

Tour 6. Tulum Mayan Ruins and Boat Snorkel by the Reefs

 

     
 

Visit Tulum, an archaeological site that blends the historical and cultural Mayan legacy. Due to its amazing architecture and location on a cliff facing the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, Tulum is the third most visited pre-Hispanic site in Mexico.
Tulum coral reefs boat snorkel is a protected area which is rich in flora and fauna. Great care has been taken to keep it from being damaged. There is a government guard assigned to protect this area. If you are going to snorkel, you'll take a boat with some of our guides who will provide all the needed equipment (including a life vest). You may not touch the coral and must take great care not to damage it as it is only six feet below the surface. If you are not careful, it is possible to break the coral with your hands, feet or body.
Tulum area offers the finest white sandy beaches of the Riviera Maya ideal for swimming and boat snorkel by the reefs. Sea turtles can be found in some times in the year laying eggs on the beaches at night throughout the nesting season (end of April to October) or swimming in the main bay during the day. Hatching season runs from June to November, coinciding with hurricane season. This translates to big losses in the turtle population when major storms hit the area. However, green turtle populations seem to be steady. We offer a variety of snorkeling in four different spots by the coral reefs and see abundant marine life. Easy snorkeling conditions and the best (and only) area on the Riviera Maya where you can see sea turtles some time of year. If you are interested, don't wait. We'll take you to this exiting experience with our professional guides, equipment and attention.

 
 


Tour includes:
• 7:30 am – Pick up at your hotel in Cancun or the Riviera Maya
• 9:30 am – Exploration and LDS tour in Tulum
• 11:30 am – Tulum snorkeling (rental equipment provided)
• Two hours of snorkeling with sea turtles at the caribbean sea coral reef
• Lunch at local mexican restaurant
• 3:00pm – Return to hotel
• Round trip transportation A/C van

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 

LDS Tour 7. Muyil ruins & Chunyaxche lagoon expedition by Boat

 

     
 
Only a short drive south of Tulum, there’s a nice little site with very few visitors. This site goes under two names: Muyil and Chanyaxche. It is not big, but there are a few interesting buildings, and the historical significance is apparent Muyil makes a nice stop on your Tulum or cenote day trip. Muyil is a Postclassic city, which means it is contemporary with Tulum (or perhaps a littler earlier). Most of the buildings on the site date back to 1100-1200 AD. There is no doubt that this was an important trading post for the Postclassic Maya, thereby playing a significant role in the developments during this era. During this time of Mayan history, trading flourished and became more extensive, both in volume and distance. The technique of building large sea-going canoes was refined, and international exchange increased. We know Muyil served as a trading post because of its location. It is constructed very close to a couple of lagoons, Laguna Muyil and Laguna Chunyaxche, which provide a protected port. The lagoons are connected with each other and with Boca Paila on the coast through a 24-km-long canal. The canal is built right through the nature reserve Sian Kaan, with wetlands and a mangrove. It was constructed by the ancient Maya, and it is maintained by their descendants today. About halfway down the canal, there is a small, unrestored Mayan ruin. This was most likely a point of security and/or customs where out-of-town merchants had to state their purpose.
Muyil at trading port with channel to the ocean
Only a short drive south of Tulum, there’s a nice little site with very few visitors. This site goes under two names: Muyil and Chanyaxche. It is not big, but there are a few interesting buildings, and the historical significance is apparent. Muyil makes a nice stop on your Tulum or cenote day trip. Trading port
Muyil is a Postclassic city, which means it is contemporary with Tulum (or perhaps a littler earlier). Most of the buildings on the site date back to 1100-1200 AD. There is no doubt that this was an important trading post for the Postclassic Maya, thereby playing a significant role in the developments during this era. During this time of Mayan history, trading flourished and became more extensive, both in volume and distance. The technique of building large sea-going canoes was refined, and international exchange increased. We know Muyil served as a trading post because of its location. It is constructed very close to a couple of lagoons, Laguna Muyil and Laguna Chunyaxche, which provide a protected port. The lagoons are connected with each other and with Boca Paila on the coast through a 24-km-long canal. The canal is built right through the nature reserve Sian Kaan, with wetlands and a mangrove. It was constructed by the ancient Maya, and it is maintained by their descendants today. About halfway down the canal, there is a small, unrestored Mayan ruin. This was most likely a point of security and/or customs where out-of-town merchants had to state their purpose.
El Castillo the main interests of Muyil
Although not many of the buildings in Muyil have been restored, it is a nice little site to visit. It is not well known, so chances are you will be on your own. The Castle (El Castillo) is actually quite unique in the Mayan World. It stands 17 meters high, making it taller than any of the buildings in Tulum or elsewhere on the coast. This pyramid is a great example of the Mesoamerican tradition of adding newer and bigger structures on top of old temples. Even a layman can clearly see at least four different layers of construction of El Castillo. The remodeling of temples was done for various reasons – for example, to celebrate a new ruler or the coming of a new era. A round tower presides on the top of the pyramid, which is an unusual feature in Mayan architecture.
The Pink Palace another reconstructed building in Muyil is the Pink Palace, where you can still see evidence of the stucco the Mayans used to cover and decorate their buildings. Some of the original paint is still clearly visible in the little temple on top. This is also a good example of the somewhat asymmetric (almost crude) architecture employed by the Postclassic Maya. Classic Mayan constructions are usually more precisely made when it comes to angles and details.
Jungle and Sacbe
There are many more buildings in Muyil, although most of them have not yet been reclaimed from the jungle. In some cases, you can make out the shape of a pyramid in the wild rubbles, tickling your fantasy. Ancient paved roads, called sacbeob, can also be found on this site. Their unrestored appearance shows the force of the jungle beneath. One of them, logically, leads to the lagoon that would have been the entrance for most visitors 800 years ago.

Tour includes:
• Hotel pick up 7:00 am and drop off around 6:00 pm
• Transportation A/C VAN 
• Admission fees to both archaeological site and boat ride
• Professional certified LDS tour guide 
• Liability road insurance, parking and toll road fees
• Bottle of purified water (unlimited) & lunch mexican traditional food..

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 
     

LDS Tour 8. Cozumel San Gervasio Scuba Diving or Snorkeling

 

     
 

This tour is also recommended for cruise ship travelers docking at Cozumel port
San Gervasio is the largest and most important archaelogical site of Cozumel, and is the only one with an ongoing program of archaeological research and conservation.
Cozumel is a wonderful vacation destination, we can help make it even better we offer a wide variety of diving activities including a crash course program for none certified divers. Professional scuba PADI instructor and certifications are available, private / small tours, two tank boat dives, night dives and much more. Tourism abounds in Cozumel and visitors are always diving or snorkeling in the reefs. We enjoy some of the friendliest fish you can imagine so hopefully you can snap a few good pictures this time instead of just fish butts! The miles and miles of incredibly clean, pristine reefs are simply mountains of living coral that provide a stunning view of the ocean – and it all starts at just 20 feet deep! 

 
 

Boat Diving 
A fleet of seven customized diesel boats are available to transport safely divers to the dive sites. The boats are different sizes and can accommodate from 10 to 20 divers equipped with dive platforms, sturdy ladders, marine radios, oxygen and first aid trained crews, they will be ready for boarding every morning at the club’s comfortable pier, right after breakfast. Diving guests are normally assigned to the same boat, crew and guide for the length of their stay. For those divers who can’t get enough of Cozumel’s undersea life, shore diving is always available just a few steps from your room. 
The jagged iron shore limestone wall gives refuge to many juvenile reef fish, lobsters, crabs, octopi, and even an occasional seahorse — great for macro photography. The depth is about 15 to 25 feet, and access is easy from either of the piers using the specially built stairs, complete with handrails.

Guides and PADI Instructors
We have a full time staff of guides and PADI instructors who are eager to share with you their knowledge and the beautiful reefs in their backyard. We offer all the PADI courses and specialties, and we run daily dive trips and dive activities to all the reefs in the National Underwater Park.
Need equipment rental?
A complete rental program is available at the dive shop location.

Tour includes:
• Transportation round trip to ferry terminal (for hotel visitors)
For cruise ship travelers meeting point at ferry terminal in Cozumel
• Boat ride to snorkeling or diving at the reef (two hours / two tanks)
• Snorkeling equipment provided
• Lunch at mexican restaurant
• Bottled water and snacks

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 

LDS Tour 9. Tulum ruins, ATV Riding & Cenote

 

     
 

Tulum is the home of the Descending God. The Descending God has been so named by the archaeological community because he is always shown with his feet in the air as if he is descending from the sky. Many people, including anthropologists, archaeologists and guides have erroneously stated that the Descending God is only found in Tulum. This has been done out of ignorance – or in some cases, a simple desire to skirt the entire issue of the Descending God and what he potentially represents. 
Meet at the Riviera Maya to start the ATV expedition through the jungle, all the way to a completely dark and exciting cave. This cave is at a 5 minute hike into the jungle from the trail. Once inside, the use of lanterns will be necessary to walk through, and admire the ancient rock formations as it is completely dark. The expedition continues back to an ATV ride up to a beautiful Cenote for some pictures, swim or just take a little break. The trip ends after a ride along the beach to the Ranch. Afterwards, you could choose to end for the day, or just spend the rest of the day at the beach.

Tour includes:
Hotel pick up 7:00 am and drop off around 5:00 pm
Transportation A/C VAN 
• Admission fees to archaeological site, ATV rental
and cenote park
Professional certified LDS tour guide 
• Liability road insurance, parking and toll road fees
• Bottle of purified water (unlimited)  & lunch

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 
   

 

LDS Tour 10. Tulum ruins, Horseback Riding & Snorkeling in the reef

 

     
 

The Temple of the Descending God was built in alignment with the morning star, the planet Venus and the sun so as to mark April 6th as the birthday of the Descending God. On that day, Venus can be seen rising into the night sky directly over the door of the temple, and sunlight forms a brilliant star that can be seen only on that day. This is extremely significant because Mayan Gods were known by the day on which they were born. 
It is interesting to note that the LDS prophet Joseph Smith, who lived in the state of New York, published a translated ancient record in 1830 which told of a personal visit by Jesus Christ to the Americas shortly after His resurrection. In addition, he identified April 6th as the birthday of Jesus Christ. He also identified the ancient name of the city of Zion as being Zama. Zama was the original name for the city of Tulum. In 1831 (when Joseph Smith identified Zama as the name of the city of Zion), it is also interesting to note that included in the translation of the Book of Mormon was an account of three men, two of them brothers by the same mother, who were disciples of Christ and attended to Jesus during his visit to the Americas. The translation indicates that they were seers and were granted the power, by Christ, to live until His Second Coming in a translated state. 

An Exciting Combination to Explore Sea and Land...
Starting at the Mayan Riviera Ranch, the horseback ride through the beach and jungle takes about one hour. The ride ends back at the ranch and transportation will be ready to take you to Playa Norte beach. Snorkeling equipment will be provided on site. You will explore an amazing coral reef (one of the best in the entire Mayan Riviera) for 40 minutes. Afterwards you will be able to choose which activities to end with – or to simply spend the time at the beach club area.

Tour includes:
Hotel pick up 7:00 am and drop off around 5:00 pm
Transportation A/C VAN 
• Admission fees to Tulum, horseback riding
and snorkling
Professional certified LDS tour guide 
• Liability road insurance, parking and toll road fees
• Bottle of purified water (unlimited)  & lunch

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 
 
 

 

LDS Tour 11. Tulum ruins &

Dolphin Swim Adventure

 

     
 
Dolphin Royal Swim - Option 1
All the adventure you´ve dreamed of!!


Our newest dolphinarium is situated in the heart of Riviera Maya, in an exclusive luxury resort. Surrounded by pristine beaches and exotic jungle, it is a quaint and ideal place to relax. This is an exclusive and unique location in Quintana Roo, not only for the amazing facilities and location but for the activities you are able to enjoy with the marine mammals. The Kayaks will be a total new experience and this is the only location where you can have fun on the kayaks with family or friends while the dolphins play and swim all your way.
Among all the activities that this program includes you will receive a tender kiss and feel their soft skin while you hold them in your arms. The interaction with the dolphins also includes a wide range of activities like hand target, play with a ball, the clock swim where the dolphin will pull you in circles or let him teach you how to swim in the water. The best is about to come, you will feel the action when two dolphins impel you from your feet soles through the water, and you will be amazed about how fast they swim when they give you a ride while you hold onto their dorsal fins. This program also includes an interaction with manatees, the sweetest marine animals. Learn everything about these huge but docile and gentile marine mammals.
 
     
 


Dolphin Swim Adventure - Option 2
Perfect entertainment: Up-close and underwater!

The Dolphin Swim Adventure will bring you as close to the dolphins as you’ve ever imagined. Find yourself immersed in the marine mammals world through a snorkeling mask for a brief moment and see the dolphin in a whole different way, as it interacts with its environment.The Dolphin Swim Adventure program also includes the famous belly ride. The belly ride consists of you holding on to the dolphin’s fins as he swims backwards. These tender marine animals will also say hello with their fins, kiss you, dance and sing for you. Live the adventure of a lifetime inside a beautiful residential complex of Riviera Maya.

Dolphin Encounter - Option 3

A program for all ages!

Our privileged location offers a unique nature environment, next to the lagoon with Caribean Sea water. Dolphin Dreams Hotel and Spa is designed to provide the best service for you to have an exclusive experience in our dolphinarium, the first one in Quintana Roo having kayaks included on each swim with dolphins program. This is a great place for dolphin lovers as we focus on creating activities that everybody can enjoy like the handshake, receiving a tender kiss or giving a soft hug to these incredible marine mammals.
You will also have fun playing in different activities with the dolphins like the ball target or the hand target. You can also have an exciting racing game on the kayaks against the best swimmers, our playful dolphins! Riviera Maya fulfills all expectations so you can fully enjoy this experience and create a strong bond with your family, perfect for parents to enjoy with their children an amazing contact with nature.

Important note: Due to the popularity of the Dolphin Swim Adventure, we recommend that you make your reservation as far in advance as possible. Do not wait until you arrive in the area as you probably will not get to do your Dolphin Swim Adventure.

Tour Includes:
• Transportation A/C VAN 
• Hotel pick up at 7:00 am and return around 5:00 pm
• Admission fess to Tulum ruins and Dolphin activity
• Professional certified LDS tour guide 
• Liability road insurance, parking and toll road fees
• Bottle of purified water (unlimited), snacks & lunch mexican food

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 

LDS Tour 12. Tulum ruins & Scuba Diving

 

     
 
Visit Tulum, an archaeological site that blends the historical and cultural Mayan legacy. Due to its amazing architecture and location on a cliff facing the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, Tulum is the third most visited pre-Hispanic site in Mexico. 
For certified divers:Akumal in Riviera Maya takes place on the world’s second largest barrier reef. You will find abundant coral and marine life along three different major spur and groove formations. The deep reef starts at a depth of approximately 60 to 70 feet and extends out in finger like ridges, and drops to between 100 and 140 feet of beautiful canyons. A second reef ranges from 50 to 70 feet in depth, making this a perfect choice for your second dive of the day. The shallow portion of the reef runs between 25 to 45 feet in depth with large Elkhorn formations. We have 3 dives every day: 9:00 am (90 feet), 11:00 (60 feet), 2:30 pm (40 feet) – all trips are one tank dives. 
If you are not certified diver, become certified. The Resort Course is the fastest, easiest and safest way for the beginning diver to discover the underwater world of diving. Our program takes only three hours and includes full equipment and pool sessions where you can gain confidence using PADI skills, which you will enjoy with a beautiful dive on our reef at a maximum depth of 35 feet. 
 
     
 

The resort course is a great way to experience scuba diving, and we will credit the instruction toward the PADI certification if you decide to become a certified diver. This designation will allow you to dive under supervision for 15 days in our diving center.
Fishing excursions: Let our experienced captains lead you to the Riviera Maya’s best fishing waters. This area is considered one of the premier fishing locations to catch mahi-mahi, salt fish, marlin, bonito, wahoo and barracuda – just to name a few.

Tour Includes:
• Transportation A/C VAN 
• Hotel pick up at 7:00 am and return around 5:00 pm
• Tulum ruins and scouba (two tanks) or open sea boat fishing
• Professional certified LDS tour guide 
• Liability road insurance, parking and toll road fees
• Bottle of purified water (unlimited), snacks & lunch mexican food

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 
     

LDS Tour 13. Tulum ruins, Selvatica Jungle Zip Lines [2 Options]

• Off Road Flight Challenge

• Ziplines & ATV Jungle Expedition


     
 

Tulum is one of the most intriguing and mysterious of all Mayan cities. In fact, it is not a city at all but a temple complex devoted to the teaching and worship of the Descending God. Within the walls of Tulum, artifacts have been found dating back to the first century AD, a stele exists which dates to the fifth century AD, while much of the architecture dates to the 12th century AD. In addition, the surrounding areas clearly show occupation from as early as the 3rd Century BC (or what we call the Preclassic period of the Maya). 
Take it to the next level, and let’s pump it up to extreme! Only the big boys and girls get to play here. (No crybabies allowed.) When fast is just not fast enough, and high is still not high enough, and long is just not long enough – then get ready to experience extremo where you will have the ride of your life on the fastest, highest and longest zip lines. 
After your white knuckle adventure and your adrenalin has returned to normal, it’s time to jump aboard the army truck and go deep into jungle to visit the emerald green waters of your very own cenote. Relax, swim and zip line some more in the refreshing waters of the jungle. We finish your adventure with a snack and bottled water back at the visitor welcome center.

 
 
Option #1
OFF-ROAD & FLIGHT CHALLENGE
6 adventures of a lifetime await you - all amazing activities for the whole family.
First the tree house,- get ready for one of the fastest zip line circuits anywhere. On to the skywalk, and complete the seven aerial challenges before you parachute back to ground and board the army truck for your next adventure. Your Polaris Ranger RZR is waiting -including a Robby Gordon limited edition 4 -seater for families. Experience the thrill of the Polaris off-road circuit then chill out in the refreshing waters of a cenote.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
• Minimum age: +8 years. To drive you must be 16 years old

YOUR ADVENTURE INCLUDES:
• Hotel transportation roundtrip pick up at 7:00 am and return around 5:00 pm
• Tulum ruins tour and extreme zip line circuit
• Skywalk (aerial bridges)
• Parachute jump (optional)
• Offroad Polaris RZR
• Offroad training circuit
• Cenote swim
• Light lunch
• Bottle of purified water
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
• Age:
Minimum age: +16 years

Option #2
ZIP & ATV JUNGLE EXPEDITION
Take it to the next level, and let’s pump it up to extreme! Only the big boys and girls get to play here. (No crybabies allowed.) When fast is just not fast enough, and high is still not high enough, and long is just not long enough – then get ready to experience extremo where you will have the ride of your life on the fastest, highest and longest zip lines.
After your white knuckle adventure and your adrenalin has returned to normal, it’s time to jump aboard the army truck and go deep into jungle to visit the emerald green waters of your very own cenote. Relax, swim and zip line some more in the refreshing waters of the jungle. We finish your adventure with a snack and bottled water back at the visitor welcome center.
Your ticket to adventure! Feel the wind in your face and the butterflies in your stomach as you speed above the tree tops on the zip line circuit. After your white-knuckle zip line adventure it’s time to aboard the army truck to your Polaris Trailboss 330 ATV. The ultimate 4 wheeler adventure where you get to harness the power to “do it in the dirt!” After the mud and dirt, refresh yourself in the clear waters of a cenote.

YOUR ADVENTURE INCLUDES:
• Transportation roundtrip pick up at 7:00 am and return around 5:00 pm
• Tulum ruins tour and Zip line Circuit
• ATV Jungle Adventure
• Cenote swim
• Light lunch
• Bottle of purified water

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 

LDS Tour 14. Tulum ruins & Xcaret

 

     
 

Tulum is the site of a pre-Columbian Mayan walled city serving as a major port for Coba. The ruins are located on 12-meter (39 ft) cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Tulum was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. Old World diseases brought by the Spanish settlers appear to have been the cause of its demise. One of the best-preserved coastal Maya sites, Tulum is today a popular site for tourists. 
Xcaret park 
Water Activities 
Underground River journey, Río del Paraíso journey, Beach, Inlets and Natural Pools.
Exhibitions 
Coral Reef Aquarium, Marine Turtles Area, Manatee Lagoon, Bat Cave, Butterfly Pavilion, Deer Refuge, Jaguar Island, Spider Monkey Island, Mushroom Farm, Orchids Greenhouse, Tapir’s Territory, Tropical Jungle Trail, Regional Wildlife Breeding Farm and Rotating Scenic Tower. 
Culture & Performances 
Archaeological sites, House of Whispers, Mexican Cemetery, Mayan Village, St. Francis of Assisi Chapel, Hacienda Henequenera, Stained-glass Plaza, Nature and Culture tours, Pappantla Flying Men, Pre-Hispanic Ball Game and Fiesta Charra.

 
 

Free Services
Restrooms, dressing rooms, showers, beach loungers, resting areas, bags for belongings for river journey, life vests, inner tubes and parking.
Mexican traditional dances at Xcaret Night Show
Mexican traditional dances at Xcaret ecological park are another great artistic representation of Mexico’s culture that will captivate your heart forever in the most exotic surroundings of Cancun Mexico. The intense music of the Mexican folk dances at Xcaret theme park preserve the choreography and meaning of ancient Mayan traditions held by native people in pre-Hispanic times. Enjoy a wide variety of live shows in Xcaret and acts during the Xcaret at Night celebration.
Dance of the Owl
A nocturnal bird emerges from the darkness of a cave to tell its story in form of a dance.
Mayan Ball Game
Xcaret Park Riviera Maya offers a live performance of this cosmic metaphor between warriors from heaven and the underworld.
Traditional Costume Show
Admire a beautiful display of Mexican dresses of each state and indigenous groups during the Xcaret Night Show.
Pre-Hispanic Dances at the Mayan Village
The unique tones played with sea shells will transport you to the splendor of the Mayan culture in Xcaret Park Mexico.
Water Bottle Chimes
An ingenious instrument will captivate your senses with delightful melodies on a Sunday afternoon at the Main Plaza.
Two Options To Experience Xcaret:

1) Xcaret Plus experience – (full day)
Now your visit to Xcaret will be all fun with no more worries. You will have an included buffet lunch with traditional Mexican cuisine and international delights – as well as access to the exclusive facility’s Área Plus snorkel equipment and all you need for an exceptional day in Mexico’s sacred paradise. Includes:
• Access to Xcaret Park Mexico from 8:30 am to 9:30 pm
• Exclusive facilities for a locker, towel and personal snorkel equipment, plus free snorkel tube (day-use only)
• Two coupons for two soft drinks or two bottles of water or two bags of chips
• One buffet lunch that includes fresh fruit juices
• 10% off the Snorkeling Tour, Scuba Reef, Scuba Family or Temascal
• Access to the Xcaret Mexico Espectacular celebration at 7:00 pm

2) Xcaret Show - (from 3:00PM)
Includes:
• Access to Xcaret Park Mexico from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm
• 10% off the Snorkeling Tour, Scuba Reef, Scuba Family or Temascal
• Access to the Xcaret Mexico Espectacular celebration at 7:00 pm
• Kid’s 50% off from 5 to 12 years old
• Children under 5 years old are always free!

YOUR ADVENTURE INCLUDES:
• Transportation pick up at 7:00 am and return around 9:00 pm
• Tulum ruins tour and Xcaret admission fees
• Bottle of purified water

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 

LDS Tour 15. Tulum ruins, Selvatica's Zip Lines, Extreme Canopy


     
 

Tulum (meaning wall in Mayan) is located 128 km from the city of Cancun. It is believed that the original name was Zama (meaning sunrise), since it is in view of a daily dramatic sunrise due to its geographic location. Tulum is divided into three areas: the Mayan ruins of Tulum, the hotel zone and the village of Tulum. 
With Alma’s LDS Tours, all of our guides are gentle, warm and have a testifying spirit. They definitely have a similar speaking manner and demeanor. You are privileged to get a great touch of Mexico and the Nephite/Lamanite heritage from our guides. It is a pleasure to sense how very closely they are connected to the Mayan lands and committed to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Get picked up at your hotel and receive transportation in an air-conditioned van to the Tulum ruins for a Book of Mormon tour and the Selvatica Adventure Kingdom’s base of operations in the heart of the Yucatan jungle near Puerto Morelos (30 minutes from Cancun). 
Go from above the tree tops to below the water level on this half-day filled with fun, adrenaline and excitement with this adventure tour in paradise.

 
 

Put on your gear, receive instruction and get ready to feel the rush of adrenaline as you fly though the air from tree to tree on what experts say is “the best tour in the Yucatan peninsula.” Zip over and through the jungle viewing it from a perspective seen by few, on almost two miles of zip lines (the longest in North America). 
The well-trained staff stays with the guests throughout the entire experience.

Tour includes:
• 7:00 am – Hotel pick up in Cancun or Riviera Maya
• 9:30-11:00 am – Exploration and LDS Tour in Tulum
• 11:15 am – Drive to Selvatica Park
• Up to two hours above the trees with zip lines
• Lunch in a regional Mexican restaurant
• 4:00 pm – Return to hotel

LDS Tours in Cancun awaits to see you soon!

 

LDS Tour 16. Tulum & Xplor Zip Lines Adventure Park ALL INCLUSIVE

 

     
 
Tulum (a testimony of the Descending God) is perhaps one of the most beautiful places on the Riviera Maya, combining the mystery of the ancient civilization which inhabited this zone with the singular beauty of the Caribbean Sea which bathes its shores. 
At Xplor, gaze at the ground, trees and caves from a two zip-lines circuit with 14 lines along a 2.4-mile-long airborne adventure with refreshing water landings, where you’ll find amazing suspension bridges and the highest zip-line hanging 147 feet above the ground. 
 
     
 

Travel along a 6.2-mile-long adventure on amazing four-wheel drive amphibious vehicles through two circuits in the exotic Carribean jungle, and go deep into eight caverns. Swim through the most spectacular stalactites and stalagmites, and discover the secrets of the underground world.
65 million years ago, when dinosaurs dwelled on the planet, a massive asteroid struck the Yucatan Peninsula ,bringing end to an era. Nevertheless, beneath the surface, even more amazing changes were taking place. Rain filled the basin formed by the crater and found its way to the subsoil, where it gave life to an endless adventure scenario and capriciously sculpted a world of caverns that beats at the same rhythm pulsing in your heart: the world of Xplor. Xplor is a unique underground world, with activities that invite you to explore and rediscover your feelings and your senses through nature.

Tour includes:
Hotel pick up at 7:00 am and return around 6:00 pm with A/C transportation
Admission to Tulum & XplorPark all inclusive
Professional LDS tour guide (church member)
Bottled water and snacks

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Tour 17. Tulum Panoramic View by Airplane & Cenote Dos Ojos

 

     
 

Enhance your experience to a higher level by enjoying a panoramic view of the Riviera Maya and Tulum Archaeological site on an Airplane!
On this tour not only will you experience a privileged view of site of Tulum from high above but also the incredible lush greenery of the Riviera Maya and the mangrove that dominate this landscape, not to mention the bright blue and turquoise colors of the Caribbean sea.

 
 

Our adventure starts from Playa del Carmen airport after taking you with deluxe ground transportation from your resort to a flight for 1 hour over the ruins of Tulum and the Riviera Maya on a small airplane. Definitely by far the best way to see it all! During the flight you'll have time to take pictures, admire and enjoy the stunning views over the green jungle and the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Swimming in a Cenote Dos Ojos is an opportunity that you can't miss out on when in the Riviera Maya! Discover the hidden world of Cenote Dos Ojos and immerse yourself in the crystalline waters of a limestone sinkhole, or collapsed cavern roof revealing an underwater river, unique to the Yucatan. This amazing geological formation is more than 6,000 years old and consists of meandering passages flooded with fresh water of which only 38 miles have been explored and mapped.

Tour includes:
• 7:00 am or 8:00 am pick-up at hotel (depending on location) 
• Drop-off at 2:00 pm or 3:00 pm (depending on location) 
• Note: maximum of 5 people per airplane 
• Round trip Transportation in fully equipped van with A/C to hotel
• Fully equipped Cessna Airplane
• TUA Taxes and airfare
• Liability road insurance, parking and toll road fees
• Cold bottled water
• Flight through the Riviera Maya - Tulum ruins (1 hour)
• Swim/snorkel at the Dos Ojos Cenote (Up to 2 hours)
• Drinking water bottled, lunch and soft drinks



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LDS Tour 18. Cancun Mayan Museum and its Archaeological site and Swim with Whale Sharks (100% safe) 

 

     
 

The new museum is made up of three 4,400-square-foot exhibition halls and includes 350 ancient artifacts that were collected over 30 years. Among its features are 14,000-year-old Maya remains discovered in the underwater caves of Tulum, the 10,000-year-old remains of La Mujer de las Palmas (The Woman of the Palms) and tools and other artifacts the Maya once used in daily life.
More than 12 million tourists visit Cancun annually, making it one of Mexico's most popular destinations. The museum expects to draw about a million guests annually.
Five buildings are open to the public, including the Great Pyramid, a 26-foot structure where the main building is located; the South, made up of residential units, a palace-style building and small altars; and Dragons, named in the 1970s after an area where snake heads were found.

 
 

Next to the Maya Museum, the San Miguelito archaeological site recently opened as well. This location was inhabited more than 800 years ago until the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors.
The whale shark is the largest shark and the largest fish. How strange, you say? Not really, because the whale shark is – in fact – not a whale. With a mouth that can be as large as four feet wide, the whale shark is a filter feeder and sieves enormous amounts of plankton, krill, small fish and squid to eat through its gills as it swims. It can process over 1500 gallons (6000 liters) of water each hour. Whale sharks are harmless to people and usually indifferent to divers. When it comes to speed they belong in the slow lane, as their top speed is 3 mph (5 kph). This shark swims slowly near the surface, consuming crustacean plankton and small fish.Each tour takes only 10 people. There is a 30-45 minute boat ride to where the whale sharks are located. If you just want to go on the boat (but not snorkel), it is the same price per person. Water, sodas, juice and a sandwich are available during the tour – and an open bar on the way back. 
There are some (non-related) small Mayan vestiges of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization in Cancun. El Rey (Las Ruins del Rey) is located in the hotel zone. El Meco, a more substantial site, is found on the mainland just outside the city limits on the road north to Punta Sam.

Swim with Whale Sharks
The whale shark is the largest shark and the largest fish. How strange, you say? Not really, because the whale shark is – in fact – not a whale. With a mouth that can be as large as four feet wide, the whale shark is a filter feeder and sieves enormous amounts of plankton, krill, small fish and squid to eat through its gills as it swims. It can process over 1500 gallons (6000 liters) of water each hour. Whale sharks are harmless to people and usually indifferent to divers. When it comes to speed they belong in the slow lane, as their top speed is 3 mph (5 kph). This shark swims slowly near the surface, consuming crustacean plankton and small fish.Each tour takes only 10 people. There is a 30-45 minute boat ride to where the whale sharks are located. If you just want to go on the boat (but not snorkel), it is the same price per person. Water, sodas, juice and a sandwich are available during the tour – and an open bar on the way back.
Season begins May 15th / ends by mid September

Tour includes:
• Whale shark swim adventure private/small group
• Round trip transportation from Cancun/Riviera Maya
• Snorkel equipment included
• Bottled water, snacks and lunch
• Hotel pick up at 7:00 am - return at 5:00 pm daily
• Each person must know how to swim to go on this tour.
• The minimum age is 10 years old to snorkel.
• This tour is not for women who are more than three months pregnant.

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Tour 19. Isla Mujeres Cruise by Catamaran and Snorkeling at the Reefs

 

     
 

The Isla Mujeres cruise by catamaran and snorkeling at the reefs excursion is unforgettable adventure. Climb aboard our catamaran, and together we’ll sail the crystal clear waters of Isla Mujeres. Our friendly crew will guide you to an unforgettable sailing, snorkeling and exotic experience. You’ll love the activities, relax on a private beach and enjoy the open bar surrounded by new friends within a tropical environment. 

Full Day Excursion
The Isla Mujeres cruise by catamaran and snorkeling at the reefs excursion is unforgettable. Climb aboard our catamaran, and together we’ll sail the crystal clear waters of Isla Mujeres. Our friendly crew will guide you to an unforgettable sailing, snorkeling and exotic experience. You’ll love the activities, relax on a private beach and enjoy the open bar surrounded by new friends within a tropical environment.

 
 

Your tour includes:
• 9:20 am – Hotel pick up departure from the marina in Cancun
• 9:45-10:30 am – Sailing (according to weather conditions)
• All your drinks on the boat
• 10:40-11:20 am –Snorkeling at one of the two coral reefs marine preserve (El Farito or Los Manchones)
• 12:10-1.10 pm –Shopping at Isla Mujeres, arrivalat a beautiful private beach where you can relax
• 1:25-3:20 pm – Buffet lunch that includes pasta, fish, chicken, beef, salads, rice, beans and dessert
• Free time to walk, shop, rent a golf cart or go to the beach
• 3:30-4:30 pm –Sailing (according to weather conditions) back to the Cancun marina
• Life jackets and snorkeling equipment included

Recomendations:
Bring: biodegradable sunscreen, swimwear, walking clothes (for Isla Mujeres) and a hat. A $5.00 USD sea life, reef preservation and dock fee must be paid at the time of boarding directly at the dock. These funds are used to maintain and protect the marine park and coral reefs of the area. (This fee is not included.) Activities are subject to weather conditions. Snorkeling activity is optional, and you can stay on the boat if you don’t want to participate. Children under five are free of charge.
This program timing is approximate, and the itinerary is subject to change depending on the weather and sea conditions. We sail depending on wind conditions.

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If you are looking to learn about the history of the Mesoamerican cultures, you need Alma's LDS Tours. Our crew of licensed and experienced tour guides with vast knowledge of the Mesoamerican history, supported by strong research of The Book of Mormon of LDS scholars, allows us to help you immerse in the scriptures and bring it's stories to life. You will be surprised of all the information and connections we share with you and how it will strengthen your testimony. 

We focus on understanding many unanswered questions and theories of mayan history, such as:

• Who are the Mayans?
• Who are they compared to in the Book Of Mormon?
• Where did the Mayan culture originate from?
• What where the Mayan beliefs?
• Who was the white bearded man talked about in their beliefs?
• What records do we have that teach us of the Mayan beliefs and how are they similar to our beliefs?
• How many changes did the Mayan culture suffer through the centuries?
• Why did they do human sacrifices?
• What was the true meaning of the different rituals, such as the ball game?
• What does the Mayan calendar really prophecy?
• What is the symbolism behind the ancient temples architectural style?

Like these and many more topics, we will help any person of any age understand the powerful and uplifting history of Mexico with inspiring insights of the book of Mormon.

Come and join our team and explore the Mayan lands like never before.

 

 

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