This bike tour includes amazing clifftop Tulum ruins, spectacular beaches, the pueblo, local culture, and gastronomy. 🚲
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A slice of everything Tulum has to offer, providing a great overview of the area and lots of local history, information, and tips. You will ride quiet roads, forest trails, and hidden beach paths to see a variety of natural attractions and witness the cultural legacy of beautiful Tulum.
Learn about Mayan traditions and beliefs, the art of native beekeeping (stingless bees) and the where to find the best tacos, mojitos, ice cream, and music in town.
This is an insider's view of Tulum, led by experienced and dedicated guides who share their love of nature, history, and fun with you.
- 8am: meet to prepare for bike riding
- Visit Tulum archaeological site (learn, bike, and hike Tulum's ruins)
- Learn about the history of Mayan beekeeping and taste delicious honey
- Eat fresh tacos and enjoy refreshments at a taqueria
- Refreshing swim and enjoy snacks at cenote
- 1pm: tour ends
Included in Tour:
- Professional tour guide
- All entrance fees
- All activities
- Lunch, Snacks and Drinks
- Mountain bike
Recommended for: Those who want to experience and learn about the Mayan history on a very active day of biking, eating, and swimming. This is eco-tourism at its best. Great for everyone.
Bring: Comfortable riding clothes and sports shoes, bathing suit, sun glasses, towel, camera, sun protection (eco-friendly), insect repellant (eco-friendly), and some cash.
Duration: Approximately 4-5 hours (depends on group's location and pace)
Max Capacity: 6 people per tour
Ticket price: $95 USD per person (group) or $150 (private)
Payment: Please contact us first to check availability before making payment. We accept Venmo, Google Pay, and PayPal.
Availability: On demand
Private group tours can be arranged - just let us know.
As you know, we’re all about sustainable travel and supporting local businesses – by booking this Nomoon tour, you will help create a better environment and stronger local communities.