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From the ancient Mayan Ruins, to the pristine turquoise waters of the Caribbean- and so much more in between. Snorkel, zipline, Jungle ATV ride, Mayan Ruins~ and ALL in one day if you like!! We want to show you the best this area has to offer...more
Eduardo’s tour guides were awesome my group of 20 friends had the most amazing time and the crew were so much fun they honestly are a great group of people. They speak English fluently and don’t be afraid to have a large group it’s more...More
This is an amazing tour, that feels almost private. My husband and I had done 5 cenotes on our own prior to booking this excursion, and weren’t expecting much of a difference in experience. - However, this was my favorite part of the whole trip!...More
Jorge was our guide on the Extreme Zipline and Cenote Tour. We thoroughly enjoyed and felt safe with Jorge, Luis and Rush on our zipline tour. They are great guys, we feel like we made new friends. The tour started out on a Polaris ride...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our private snorkel tour with Edventure Tours! We were picked up in a timely manner from our agreed upon location and made our way to the Edventure offices where we signed all the paperwork for the tour. From there we explored beautiful...More
Our family had an awesome tour with Moises as our guide. We chose this tour after reading the numerous great reviews. Everything I read we too experienced. Its worth paying for a guide at the ruins as you understand so much more of the history...More
We went to Edventure Tours and did the extreme tour. There was so much packed into one day and the whole family loved it. We did snorkelling in lagoons and the sea, zipwiring, rock climbing, abseiling and all of us particularly enjoyed swimming in the...More
Our adventure began with a 15 minute ATV ride deep into the jungle. There we discovered 2 hidden cenotes, one completely underground! We snorkeled through both and we're treated to wonderful sights.
Next, we snorkeled with sea turtles in Akhumal Bay. Yes, there were turtles....More
My husband and I wanted to do so many adventures while we were in Tulum and Edventure made that happen all in one day! We zip lined in the rain forest, swam in cenotes, explored cenote caves, swan in a lagoon and swam with the...More
We chose a private tour for the 2 of us and our 2 thirteen year olds. Nelson was our guide and we just loved him! He was a wealth of information. Fortunately we chose the photo package and we have some amazing lifelong memories! The...More
My second time doing a full package tour with Edventures, once again the scenery was beautiful and hands down the best excursion money could buy, you get to see everything in small or private group situations without the crowds and tourists. Sadly, when I went...More
Thank Morgan M
edventure-tours, Owner at Edventure Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 11 July 2018
Hola Morgan, Sorry to hear your experience this time was not as good~ We too are a little sad at the condition of the reef, that is why the government has stepped in to limit the amount of people that can actually go in to...More
Response from Stephanie C | Reviewed this property |
I think so. The cenotes have no current of any sort and they have life jackets. We went to two snorkeling spots— the turtle one was in the ocean and there’s no current there either. But you are literally not allowed to... More
I think so. The cenotes have no current of any sort and they have life jackets. We went to two snorkeling spots— the turtle one was in the ocean and there’s no current there either. But you are literally not allowed to stand. The second one is like a nature preserve thing and the water was so calm and warm. Again there were life vests. If you literally can’t swim at all, that could be tough. But if you can go in a pool I think you can do this.