On your visit to Cancun and the Riviera Maya, you certainly won't run
out of things to do and see after you get your fill of sun, sand and surf!
The area offers many tours and excursions; ruins, natural caves, bird life, marine life, flora and fauna, as you might imagine, making the area the #1 destination in the Caribbean!

Let us assist in customizing and planning your itinerary, creating the magic and memories that will last a lifetime!



Cozumel is Mexico’s largest island, whose name means “Island of the Swallows.” It is known as a haven for divers and an amazing place for snorkeling.
But, Cozumel has much more to offer its visitors! . . .

Chichen Itzá

Chichen Itzá, a world UNESCO heritage site, and its great pyramid, “El Castillo” was named as one of the “Seven wonders of the world,” which has put this impressive Mayan ruin site, 2nd as the most visited ruins in México, after the Tulum ruins! . . .

Aereal Tour

Enjoy an aerial view amidst the jungle, the famous Mayan ruins and the beautiful Caribbean.
Take a short flight to Cozumel,
Isla Mujeres, Isla Holbox or site
see one of the many famous ruin sites! . . .


Is a small island located off the
coast of Cancún. It boasts
amazing beaches, boutique hotels, fishing, and snorkeling, and is an area for sighting, swimming and
snorkeling with the whale sharks.
. . .


The mystical, Mayan ruins of Tulum are located just 45 minutes south
of Playa del Carmen and 1’30 from the Cancún airport.
The ruins of Tulum offer a wonderful panoramic view of the Caribbean Sea! . . .


Spend an exciting day doing some duty-free shopping in Cancún with stops at La Isla, a venetian-styled outdoor shopping area! . . .

Río Lagartos

Experience something unique and different with an adventure of a lifetime! Explore one of Mexico’s natural biospheres at Río Lagartos and see thousands of flamingos grazing effortlessly in a serene and spectacular, natural setting! . .

Mayan Ceremony

The private tour starts with a visit to a small Mayan village located
in the jungle. Guests will mimic the Mayans by learning how to find their 5th element on the Mayan Circle, along with some other amazing activities! . . .


Cobá is an impressive, Mayan site, located 1’20 minutes south of Playa del Carmen and approximately 20 minutes from Tulum. The site is carved out of the jungle and has a pyramid structure, known as the Nohoch Mol group, having more than 138 ft. in height or 42 meters!
A must visit! . . .

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