Lange sandstrender, naturreservat med tropiske fugler og korallrev som skjuler seg under havflaten – alt dette og mere til finner du på øyene Isla Contoy og Isla Mujeres. På denne heldagsturen legger vi Cancun bak oss og nyter en dag der blant annet sol og bad, snorkling og fugletitting står på programmet.
This is the triple crown of boat trips from Cancun. You'll visit the exotic Isla Mujeres, snorkel in the Ixlaché reef and round it all off with three blissful hours on the desert island of Isla Contoy. And in between, you'll get to glide about the Caribbean, soaking up those sunrays.Your adventure kicks off at Marina Punta Norte, from where you'll sail towards Isla Mujeres while enjoying breakfast on board. You'll have an hour or so to explore the island or lounge on one of its powdery beaches. Hop back on the boat and chill out as you head to Ixlaché reef. Snorkelling equipment is provided, and a guide is on hand. After an hour exploring the kaleidoscopic scenes below the waves, we'll make the short trip to Contoy itself.A tropical hideaway covered in luxuriant vegetation, it's everything you've seen in countless movies – palm-fringed white-sand beaches washed by gentle waves. And the icing on the case is a buffet lunch on the island.
Experiences for all the family, traditional food, jungle trails, culture and nature – Xcaret has it all. This eco-archaeological park is like nothing else in the Riviera Maya. Located by the sea near Cancun, Xcaret boasts more than 50 attractions that take you through the heart of the jungle in many different ways.
You'll be caught up in the party spirit as soon as you step on board a colourful trajinera in Xoximilco. Navigate canals, float past musicians and feast on an authentic Mexican dinner – all washed down with tequila. And with door-to-door transfers Save & Close included, your evening in Cancun is taken care of.
This private tour has a healthy 50/50 mix of culture and chill out time. You'll firstly explore the Maya ruins of Tulum, their only city by the sea, then while away the remaining hours at an exclusive lagoon, Nopalito.First on the agenda is a guided tour of the Maya ruins at Tulum. As you admire monuments such as the Temple of the God of Wind and El Castillo pyramid, you'll be treated to views over the Caribbean. Afterwards, you'll have some free time to either hit the beach there or take a few more photos – it's Insta-perfect.Next up is Nopalito, a freshwater lagoon filled with emerald water, which is ideal for relaxing or trying out some paddleboarding and kayaking. A barbecue lunch will also be rustled up. Then hit the hammocks in time to shut your eyes before heading back to the hotel.