TULUM It is breathtaking. Built on the edge of a cliff, the Ancient Mayan City offers spectacular views of the turquoise Caribbean Sea and beaches. The city, which at the time of the arrival of the conquistadors, continued to function and delighted with its power until the 18th century. One of the biggest attractions of Mexico can not miss you. For those willing, the opportunity to taste delicious coconut ice cream.
COBA Bike or rikshas ride through the tropical forest in search of the ruins of the ancient city. Visiting the most important buildings: the Church, the Temple, the Pelota Field, the Observatory, up to the Great Pyramid – the highest on the Yucatan Peninsula 42 m, which you can climb.
TEQUILAS MANUFACTURE What is real Tequila made from and how? What is the difference between Tequila Blanco, Reposado, Añejo, Extra Añejo and Antigua? How should you drink Tequila? Where is it from How is it different from Mezcal? Step by step we will explain the secrets of this drink, and a funny trial of Tequila with sombrero will also be part of our program. After visiting the distillery, you can buy Mexican drinks.
IK KILL CENPTE For refreshment, we will have a bath and rest in a natural limestone pool. Ik-Kill is one of the most famous cenotes on the Yucatan Peninsula. The competition of the best Redbull jumpers in the world took place here several times. To reach the water, you have to go down 26 meters. The water is 40 meters deep and the diameter of the cenote is 60 meters. You must see this mysterious wonder of nature.
CHICHEN ITZA In the afternoon we will be visiting the ancient Mayan city present on the List of Seven New Wonders of the World, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1988. Discover with us the secrets of the Cuckoo Pyramid, Pelota Court, Skull Altar, Temple of Warriors, Saint Cenote and Astronomical Observatory. In the area of the archaeological zone you will find many stalls with local handicrafts. Free time for buying souvenirs.