Yucatreks tours are designed to give you a fun day of culture, history and
natural wonders. What kind of tours are these you ask? Basically,
we do tours for people who don’t do tours! Look at us as your
friends, who live here, taking you out on a great day of fun and
Yucatreks tours are exclusive,
we only take small groups (on average 12 or less, maximum 16 people)
and the tours fill up pretty fast. This means that if you are interested,
you should book as soon as possible. Wait too long and you may miss
Yucatreks tours are a whole different experience
than the 'cattle' tours - it's more like if a friend showed
We make them special by taking you to some places where other
tours don't go, and we add a lot of local knowledge and flavor to the day.
are designed to be quite different, so if you'd like to go on
two (or all) of them, you will not have any repeats.
itineraries can be found via the following links to individual
WHICH TOUR SHOULD I CHOOSE?
to Cenote tour is a full day snorkel adventure that lets you experience two unique and magical environments, the mystical freshwater cenotes of the Yucatan and stunning turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. Combine the natural beauty of one of the areas most spectacular cenotes, a breathtaking beach, and swimming with the turtles of Akumal Bay and you have a snorkel experience you won’t soon forget. This tour is perfect for the avid snorkel fan, eagar beginner and even timid observers, and will most certainly provide shutterbugs with plenty of photo ops, in and out of the water. This day is focused on water and its journey from the Yucatan's underground rivers to the sea.
Treasures tour invites you to explore what was one of the largest
ancient Mayan Cities in the Mayan world. The visit to Coba is the main
object to this tour, and we will spend over 2 hours at the site. You
will be guided through the shady paths of this site with an estimated 6,5oo ruins hidden by 500 years of jungle growth. Here you'll have
the opportunity to climb, Nohoch Mul, the tallest Mayan pyramid
in Mexico (the tallest is in Tikal, Guatemala). The cave/cenote we visit
in the afternoon is truly spectacular. A traditional Yucatecan
meal follows and a visit to a handicraft shop owned by a delightful family
in one of Mayan villages on the way back. You should choose this
tour if you're extra interested in learning more about the Maya and
if you want to visit a wild, largely un-excavated ruined city in
the middle of the jungle.
and Beyond excursion is a one of a kind day filled with adventure!
The incredible view of El Castillo perched atop a cliff overlooking
the Caribbean, is a must see in everyone’s visit to the Riviera
Maya! We explore the ruins of Tulum, swim or snorkel in two of
the area’s most beautiful cenotes, including Grand Cenote, and enjoy a tasty picnic lunch on a secluded stretch
of breathtaking beach - kind of a “best of” tour for
the Mayan Riviera. Tulum is a great archaeological
site to visit,
but is not the main focus of the tour - just a part of it. This
tour is a perfect mix of stops guaranteed to give you some of the
best the area has to offer!
The Chichen Itza/Valladolid excursion
gives you a chance to see what just may be one of the most
fascinating archaeological sites in the world! Chichen
Itza was declared on July 7, 2007 as one of the New Seven
Ancient Wonders of the World.
It is home to the famous Pyramid of Kukulcan,
of 1000 Columns and the largest most impressive ballcourt ever
found in Mesoamerica! After our visit to the ruins, we will stop
for a swim at one of the areas spectacular cenotes.
We end our day with a tempting selection of local cuisine next
to the zocalo, or town center, in the beautiful colonial town