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Cenote Trail Bike Tour

3 cenotes & jungle trail biking

Discover the caverns, underground rivers, and open sinkholes that fill the Mayan forest around Tulum. ​Filled with history and mystery, these fascinating spaces are home to the ancient remains of humans and animals going back to the Ice Age, as well as amazing rock formations, sections of underground rivers, and the clearest water you are likely to swim in, ever! We will explore 3 different cenotes, each very different from the other, allowing you to get a feel for the variety that exists.

​Starting from downtown Tulum, we ride out to the Grand Cenote, one of the most famous cenotes in the area for its amazing combination of the cave, underground river, open sections, and resident wildlife turtles. This is a great spot for some cenote snorkeling, and even though it is well known, we make sure to get there early before the crowds arrive to fully appreciate the beauty.

We then hit 4 km of forest trail taking us around Tulum, where we get away from the roads and into the trees. We will stop on this trail to enjoy a homemade brunch in an exclusive jungle oasis: a little guesthouse is hidden away in the peace of nature, where we are served fresh fruit, coffee, gourmet sandwiches, and juice in a beautiful & tranquil environment.

After brunch and time to relax, the trail brings us out to Cenote Cristal, an open cenote surrounded by lush vegetation, where there is a perfectly placed platform for jumps and you can usually spot divers entering the cave system into the flooded underworld.


  • 8:00 a.m. meeting 

  • 3 different cenotes: flooded cavern, open sink hole, underground rivers.

  • Cycle quiet forested paths.

  • Delicious jungle brunch in an exclusive setting.

  • 1:30 p.m. Return to the starting point.

Days we operate

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday


  • Professional guide

  • Quality Mountain Bike & Helmet

  • 3 Cenotes

  • All entrance fees & equipment

  • Lunch

  • Water & Snacks


  • You must be able to ride a bike  20 km / 12 miles.

  • Basic swimming skills required.

  • Easy terrain for biking - some road - some trail, can be muddy.

  • No children under 13.

"An awesome combination of biking off the beaten path and exploring amazing cenotes, 100% eco-friendly experience by bike."

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