Dare to live an extreme adventure on your vacation in Cancun, running your own Hummer with one of the most innovative tours in Cancun. During thisÂ tour in Cancun you will learn about the Mayan culture, you will visit a beach and willÂ swim in the waters of a beautiful natural well.Â The tour starts from Plaza Forum, Cancun Hotel Zone Km 9, at 8:30 a.m, every day. On board of your Hummer you will follow the guide who will lead you to the Mayan ruins El Rey. An interesting archeological site located within the Hotel Zone. Here you will enjoy a 40-minute visit and you will learn about the ancient Maya culture.
Later, the tour will continue to a beautiful beach out of Cancun Hotel Zone, near Puerto Morelos, in the Riviera Maya, through winding roads that will test your ability to drive your 4×4 vehicle on your way to admireÂ the amazing waters of the Mexican Caribbean Sea where you can take a plunge to cool off and you will have time to shop.
Following the tour, you will drive down a path of jungle to the Kin-Ha sinkhole, a magical natural well where you can enjoy its clear waters. ItÂ is ideal for snorkeling, and you canÂ also do Zip Lines or go for a dip. You will learn about the importance of the sikholes (cenotes) inÂ Cancun region and surroundings, as well as their geographic features as their natural stalagmites, stalactites and underground rivers that are found throughout the Yucatan Peninsula.
ThisÂ tour in Cancun Â includes Hummer transportation to TheÂ ruins, Â to the beach in Puerto Morelos and sinkhole. An Internal zip line at the cenote, a sandwich, a bag of chips and a soda. Hummer vehicles include purified water on board.The Zip Lines outside the Kin-Ha cenote are not included in the tour fee. Minors must be accompanied by an adult.Â All children under 4 don’t payÂ admission. Not recommended forÂ pregnant women. It is reccommendable to bring sneackers, bathing suit, towel a change of clothes and extra money.
Enjoy this unforgettable tour, which is an adventure aboard a 4×4 Hummer in Cancun and the Riviera Maya.