8 days 7 nights
Price per person: $ 1,390 USD
Special price for groups over 12 persons

7 nights in 3 & 4 stars hotels, 7 breakfasts, Tour leader in english, All Entrances and archaeological guides, all mentioned activities and visits, Boat rides, transfers & 1st Class Private land transportation.

Does not include:
Air Fares, Tips, extra meals and other expenses.

  • Accommodation in double occupancy. 30 % additional charge in single room
  • Children under 11 sharing room with adults: 15 % discount
  • Prices in US dollars & subject to change without notice

  • Check-in hotel in Cancun.
  • Welcome cocktail.
  • Full briefing of expedition with We Go Mexico! staff and guides.

Visit the latest Wonder of the World "Chichén Itza". It is here where on Spring Equinox the God Kukulcan descends the Pyramid as a Snake in an incredible combination between Light and Shadows. The visit last about 3 hours and includes: The Pyramid of Kukulcán, the Temple of the Warriors, the Largest Ball Court in Mesoamérica, the Observatory and much more.

Our next stop will be Merida. Also known as the White City for its opulent and huge 18th century white houses. We’ll drive through the main avenue Paseo de Montejo and spend the warm evening in the downtown area, visiting museums, handcraft shops and simply listening to the music and breathing the air of a traditional Mexican city. In 1844, Frederick Catherwood published "Views of Ancient Monuments in Central America, Chiapas & Yucatan" in London and New York.  Three hundred copies were printed for sale, and in the more than 160 years since then, these images have continued to astonish and delight.  In Casa Catherwood, a collection of these 25 magnificent lithographs are on view.  Displayed in a restored Belle Epoque manse, the exhibition is faithful to the sensibilities of the mid-19th century aesthetics and sense of proportions and design. Located in the heart of Merida's historic center, Casa Frederick Catherwood is dedicated to the visual arts of the Yucatan peninsula, the land of the Mayab.

  • Breakfast in hotel.
  • Visit Chichen Itza.
  • Visit the museum of Casa Catherwood.
  • City tour of Mérida.

Even before the restoration work Uxmal was in better condition than many other Maya sites thanks to being unusually well built. Much was built with well cut stones set into a core of concrete not relying on plaster to hold the building together. The Maya architecture here is considered matched only by that of Palenque in elegance and beauty. The Puuc style of Maya architecture predominates. Thanks to its good state of preservation, it is one of the few Maya cities where the casual visitor can get a good idea of how the entire ceremonial center looked in ancient times.

Loltun is one of the most important caves systems of the Yucatan, not only for its size but also for its archeological findings. We are going to explore this cave in a guided tour and learn how important was the caves, and in particular this one, for the ancient mayan culture.

Campeche is situated on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and it is surrounded by fortresses in defense of the pirate attacks of the 17th century. This beautiful city is considered Patrimony of Humanity by the UNESCO. We’ll drive around the main avenues and look at the architecture, have some free time to spend in the downtown area and simply breathe the air of this historic Mexican city.

  • Breakfast in hotel.
  • Uxmal archeological visit.
  • Guided tour of Loltún caves.
  • Night city tour of Campeche.

Calakmul is one of the most preserved natural sanctuaries in Mexico. We’ll visit the mayan community of Cristóbal Cólon where the local people live of agriculture, apiculture and ecoturism. Our local guide will take us in an underground adventure. Our walk through the mayan forest will take us to a cave where we’ll admire the karstic rock formations and some remains of the ancient mayan culture: pottery with scriptures and paintings, and an ancient altar.

We will continue our visit of the lands of the community in a horseback ride, and appreciate the fauna and flora of the region.

Kohunlich covers about 21 acres, surrounded by dense sub-tropical rainforest, and it contains almost 200 mounds, that remain largely unexcavated. The city was elaborately planned and engineered, with raised platforms and pyramids, citadels, courtyards and plazas surrounded with palace platforms, all laid out to channel drainage into a system of cisterns and an enormous reservoir to collect rainwater.

We’ll continue our way north of the peninsula and check-in eco-cabins by the 7 colour lagoon of Bacalar. We’ll have the option to do a night paddle under the stars.

  • Breakfast in the hotel in Campeche.
  • Visit the mayan community of Cristobal Colon.
  • Visit a cave system.
  • Horseback riding through the forest.
  • Check-in hotel in Bacalar.

Sian Ka’an is one of the most important natural reserves in Mexico. With more than 500,000 Ha. of wetlands and jungle. On arrival, we´ll jump on a motor boat and navigate through natural springs and mangrove canals with lunch included. Jump into the water and float through the light current.

In our boat ride, we will be searching the marine and jungle fauna: turtles, dolphins, manta rays, exotic birds and more. Jungle hike to the Maya ruins of Muyil.

  • Breakfast in hotel.
  • Drive to Vigia Chico.
  • Boat ride to Boca Paila.
  • Jungle Hike.
  • Visit Muyil.
  • Check-in sea side cabins in Tulum.

Cenotes are surface connections to subterranean water bodies. While the most well-known cenotes are large open water pools measuring tens of metres in diameter, such as those at Chichén Itzá, the greatest number of cenotes are smaller sheltered sites and do not necessarily have any surface exposed water. The term cenote has also been used to describe similar karst features in other countries such as Cuba and Australia, in addition to the more generic term of sinkholes.

Cenotes have long been the principal sources of water in much of the Yucatán Peninsula. The region has almost no rivers and only a few lakes, often marshy. Cenotes are widely distributed, and supply better-quality water year-round. Major Maya settlements required access to adequate water supplies, and therefore cities, including the famous Chichén Itzá, were built around these natural wells.

In the north and north-west of the Yucatan Peninsula, the cenotes generally overlie vertically extensive voids penetrating 50 - 100 m below the modern water table. However, very few of these cenotes appear to be connected with horizontally extensive underground river systems, with water flow through them being more likely dominated by aquifer matrix and fracture flows. In contrast, the cenotes along the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula (within the state of Quintana Roo) often provide access to extensive underwater cave systems, such as Ox Bel Ha, Sac Actun, Nohoch Nah Chich and Dos Ojos. The cenotes have attracted cave divers and there are organised efforts to explore and map the underwater systems. The Quintana Roo Speleological Survey maintains a list of the longest and deepest water filled and dry caves within the state boundaries.

  • Intensive cenote (3) snorkel expedition.
  • Lunch in mayan community.
  • Check-in hotel in Playa del Carmen.

This guided tour for small groups takes the guests through the heights and depths of paradise, all in half-a-day filled with the adrenaline and excitement of soft adventure. It begins with ziplining a world-class canopy tour (longest zipline ciruit in North America) where we can see the jungle from a perspective they have never imagined possible. All of this while traveling through 11 cables in a 200% safe environment. Following that, we drive to the beautiful beaches of Puerto Morelos where we can snorkel in the region's most beautiful and spectacular coral reef. Lunch and free drinks also are included and to be enjoyed on our beach and waterfront terrace.

After the adventure tour, we’ll check-in a hotel in Cancun and have a free evening.

  • Zip-Line adventure over the canopy.
  • Snorkel in the coral reef.
  • Check-in hotel in Cancun.
  • Afternoon and evening in Cancun with recommendations.

Transfer to airport