The city of Tulum originally had the ancient Mayan name "Zama", meaning "dawn". The current name, Tulum, means "wall enclosure", and was used only since recently, when it was in ruins. The old name referred to the situation on the west coast and the alignment setting-up of its buildings, a fact that seems to be confirmed by the remains of buildings dedicated to astronomical observations.

You will be picked up from your hotel and head straight to the Tulum Ruins. Here, you will enjoy a guided visit of the archaeological site. Your professional and certified guide will answer all your questions about the ruins and offer historical data for further context. The current name, Tulum, means "wall enclosure", and was used only since recently, when it was in ruins. The old name referred to the situation on the west coast and the alignment setting-up of its buildings, a fact that seems to be confirmed by the remains of buildings dedicated to astronomical observations.

After seeing the ruins, you will have two hours of free time to enjoy other activities in Tulum. After that, you can relax with a lunch break and enjoy your provided box lunch. After that, you will visit the beautiful cenote Zazil h'. This natural body of water is ideal for swimming, snorkeling and especially for diving. It has a cave that will take you to a cavern known as The L'grimas, called for its stalactites in the form of drops, with a depth of 8 to 35 meters. The cavern covers a distance of 2 kilometers in which it communicates with other cenotes in the area. After spending some time in the cenote, you will transported back to your hotel.

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