Mayan Ruins, Island Tour & Beach - Aviomar Adventure Tours
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Mayan Ruins, Island Tour & Beach
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Everyone’s Cozumel desires will be fulfilled on this 4 and a half hour cultural sightseeing expedition. The first stop on this island extravaganza is the fascinating Mayan ruins of San Gervasio. Your friendly guide will walk you through this mystical archeological site, making it all the more interesting by sharing their knowledge of the stone structures you see, the Mayan culture and the deities who are believed to dwell there. The journey then continues across the island to the Eastern coastline, a 15-mile stretch of mesmerizing virgin beaches of white sands bordering the open Caribbean Sea, with its vibrant shades of turquoises and blues as far as the eye can see. Blow holes and rock formations can also be enjoyed, but your guide will tell you all about the sites, making the trip even more in more entertaining, as you go. Next you’ll have approximately an hour and a half of free time to enjoy the amenities at a paradisiacal beach club, where you can take a dip in the sea, relax under the shade of a thatched roof hut with a cold drink, work on your tan or just enjoy the spectacular beauty that surrounds you, before being taken back to your pier.


Main Info


  • 04:30 hrs
  • Not Included

Activity Type


  • Cultural
  • Family
  • Beach

Activity level


  • moderate

Additional Info


  • Guests are recommended to bring a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, insect repellent, cash for additional purchases as well as wear flat, comfortable shoes.
  • The order of sights visited may vary.
  • The grounds of the ruins consist of uneven limestone and loose stones; guests should be extra cautious as not to slip or fall.
  • Guests are not allowed to climb some ruins due to their fragile state.
  • Guests taking video in any format (video camera, cell phone, Tablet etc.) within the archaeological site will be charged government fee of approximately $8-$10 USD payable in cash at site.
  • No tripods and/or professional video cameras are allowed.
  • This tour is not recommended for guests with walking difficulties or in wheelchairs