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Private Transportation Airport, Cancun and Riviera Maya
  Chichen Itzá
Chichen Itza World Wonder, Yucatan. Chichen Itza is the capital of ancient Maya empire, its majestic building dates back to 435 and 455, and it is geographically located in the middle of spectacular natural environs in the Yucatan Peninsula. At this site declared as one of the 7 World Wonders, you can visit magnificent temples such as the Ball Game and the Kukulcan Pyramid, is a testimony of this important culture`s mathematical and astronomical precision. Discover the legacy of the ancient Maya. You will be amazed at their monumental architecture, impressive advances in mathematics and their complex hieroglyphic writing. Witness their millenary rituals and their magical religion. If you visit Chichen Itza on March 21st or September 21st you can admire a unique spectacle: the Equinox. Just at 3:00 p.m. the sun lights creates at the pyramid north side 7 light and shadows isosceles triangles, giving shape to the body of a slithering serpent. This effect is a symbol of the Kukulcan God descent (bird-serpent) to the earth, and also the beginning and ending agricultural cycle, according the Equinox (spring or autumn). Follow the steps into the past and discover the most important Mayan cultural center considered one of the most advanced in America.
Private Transport: $250 usd
Include: Transportation for 1 to 10 pax
Share Transport: $45 usd
Include: Transportation
Buffet lunch
XCARET is a majestic park by the sea that features unique activities, where you have fun while discovering the natural and cultural richness of Mexico. This ecological park was once one of the most important Mayan ports, its name is a Mayan word that means little cove. Known as ''nature's sacred paradise'', Xcaret is one of the world's most famous eco-archaeological parks.
Here, you will find archaeological ruins, a dolphin show, horses, swim through the underground river, River Maya people, the butterfly garden, aquarium, botanical garden, the island of tigers and pumas, river paradise The fish farm and the cemetery where shows the meaning of death for Mexican culture.
The amazing Xcaret Mexico Show is the most renowned attraction in this park, featuring 300 artists on stage that will fascinate you with the best selection of music, regional dances and Mexican folklore. When the sun sets the sound of pre-Hispanic drums starts and a line of Mayan warriors and priests guard the way to the theater, this will let you know it is show time. Get ready to experience an extraordinary feast of color and learn about the different episodes of Mexico's rich history, including a stunning recreation of the famous Ball Game. Feel Mexico under your skin.
With its 53 activities to enjoy, Xcaret is an experience for all your senses. Without a doubt, this is your opportunity. Come to the beautiful ecological park of Xcaret, located in the Riviera Maya and spend an unforgettable day with your family and friends.
Private Transport: $180 usd
Include: Transportation for 1 to 10 pax
Share Transport: $125 usd
Include: Transportation
Ticket (xcaret plus)
Buffet lunch

  Xel-Ha and Tulum
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Xelha: An ecological park with a crystal clear natural aquarium where you can snorkel natural attractions, ecological attractions and swimming with dolphins.

Tulum: The Maya site may formerly have been known also by the name Zama, meaning City of Dawn because it faces the sunrise. Tulum stands on a bluff facing east towards the Caribbean Sea. Tulúm is also the Yucatan Mayan word for fence, wall or trench, and the walls surrounding the site allowed the Tulum fort to be defended against invasions. Tulum had access to both land and sea trade routes, making it an important trade hub, especially for the obsidian trade. From numerous depictions in murals and other works around the site, Tulum appears to have been an important site for the worship of the Diving or Descending god.
Tulum was first mentioned by Juan Díaz, a member of Juan de Grijalva's Spanish expedition of 1518, the first Europeans to spot Tulum. The first detailed description of the ruins was published by John Lloyd Stephens and Frederick Catherwood in 1843 in the book Incidents of Travel in Yucatan. As they arrived from the sea, Stephens and Catherwood first saw a tall building that impressed them greatly, most likely the great Castillo of the site. They made accurate maps of the site’s walls, and Catherwood made sketches of the Castillo and several other buildings. Stephens and Catherwood also reported an early classic stele at the site, with an inscribed date of AD 564 which is interpreted to mean that it was most likely built elsewhere and brought to Tulum to be reused.
Work conducted at Tulum continued with that of Sylvanus Morley and George P. Howe, beginning in 1913. They worked to restore and open the public beaches. The work was continued by the Carnegie Institution from 1916 to 1922, Samuel Lothrop in 1924 who also mapped the site, Miguel Ángel Fernández in the late 1930s and early 1940s, William Sanders in 1956, and then later in the 1970s by Arthur G. Miller. Through these investigations done by Sanders and Miller it has been determined that Tulum was occupied during the late Postclassic period around AD 1200. The site continued to be occupied until contact with the Spanish was made in the early 16th century. By the end of the 16th century the site was abandoned completely.

Private Transport: $220 usd
Include: Transportation for 1 to 10 pax
Share Transport: $140 usd
Include: Transportation
Ticket (Xelha and Tulum)
  Isla Mujeres
Isla Mujeres is a small beautiful island located a short ferry ride from Cancun. The island is seven kilometers [five miles] long and less than one kilometer wide however most visitors never leave the small town located at the west end of the island.
We like Isla Mujeres, in fact it is our favorite island located near the Yucatan Peninsula. It is much smaller than Cozumel and more upscale than Holbox. The small town has excellent shopping, great restaruants and fantastic beaches.
Isla Mujeres is easy to get to and many people visit just for the day. If you are on the island you notice this as the island literally goes to sleep when the day visitors leave. Unlike the hustle and bustle of places like Cancun and Playa you actually see merchants closing their stores at 6:00 and going home.
Isla Mujeres has a rich history filled with pirates and marauding buccaneers. As the story goes in 1517 a Spanish butcher by the name of Francisco Hermandez de Cordoba happened upon the island searching for slaves for Cuban mines, the Spanish already in the process of decimated the indigenous population of that island. Unfortunately the slavers found nothing but old statues which they perceived to be statues of women, thus the name of the island, "Isle of Women".
Private Transport: $220 usd
Include: Transportation for 1 to 10 pax
  Capitan Hook
Experience an adventure on board a buccaneer galleon I and II authentic replicas of seventeenth-century Spanish galleon, you can enjoy games, delicious food and pirate show.

We are a Mexican company that offers all types of transportation services during their stay in Cancun, Playa del Carmen or Riviera Maya.
Seafood Dinner: $100 usd
Steak Dinner: $90 usd
  Ek Balam - Río Lagartos
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Ek Balam (the black jaguar, or tiger star), is a beautiful ancient city. Through a short sacbé (White Road) leads to one of the few hits that open on both walls that surround this ancient archaeological site, which in turn lead to a large plaza flanked by huge mountains, large platforms, impressive buildings vaulted and a set of main buildings are ISTRIBUTED pelota.Los and two seats.

Rio Lagartos is a sanctuary for breeding and nesting Pink Flamingo American who along with 320 other bird espeices make the reserve their home. When combined area of wetlands and sub-tropical forest, also develop the Lizard and the Crocodile river, as well as different species of turtles as well as armadillos, raccoons, spider monkeys, ocelots, deer tail

Private Transport: $250 usd
Include: Transportation for 1 to 10 pax

Holbox ("black hole" in Yucatec Maya) is an island in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, located on the north coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. It is approximately 12 kilometers long and 1.5 kilometers wide, and it is separated from the mainland by a shallow lagoon that is home to flamingos, pelicans and other rich birdlife. Holbox Island is part of the Municipality of Lázaro Cárdenas and also part of the Yum-Balam Biosphere Reserve.
Not yet heavily touristed, the island's main industry is fishing. However, the island is developing a growing tourist industry in the form of whale shark viewing.
The island is accessed by ferry from the mainland town of Chiquila, and has virtually no cars, with transport by most residents and tourists by golf cart or moped. A small airline, Aerosaab, flies tours to Holbox from Cancún and Playa del Carmen; there is even a small airstrip to accommodate Aerosaab's five-seater Cessna aircraft.

Private Transport: $250 usd
Include: Transportation for 1 to 10 pax