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Tulum Bike Tour

quiet roads, forest trails & pueblo streets

This is an insider's view of Tulum, led by experienced and dedicated guides who share their love of nature, history, and fun with you. We start the day early to arrive at the ruins before the crowds and take in the stunning views of the ocean and temples. Tulum is a 'must-see' because of its amazing location, but having an expert guide you through the site makes a huge difference in understanding the motivations and reasons behind the structures and their exact location. 

We then bike back into town for a tasty brunch of delicious tacos & fresh juice. Cycle through the streets of the town to see how the locals live, get tips from your guide for where to sip coffee, eat, drink, and dance or shop. At the far end of town, we stop at a native Mayan bee farm, part of a foundation that works to re-introduce the harvesting of this bee's honey into the local economy. This is a surprising and enriching experience, made possible by the fact that the bees are stingless and very calm, posing no danger to us.
Finally, we will hit one of the local cenotes for a refreshing and well-deserved swim! A great way to cool off, have some fun with jumps, and swim in the restoring blue waters.
The tour is designed so that all can enjoy, with intervals of max. 20 minutes cycling on a comfortable urban bike between each stop. 


  • Meet at 7:45 a.m.  

  • Bike to Tulum ruins.

  • Insider's tour of ancient Tulum.

  • Delicious tacos & fresh juice.

  • Local history, insight & tips as you cycle. 

  • Introduction to Mayan beekeeping.

  • Refreshing cenote swim.

  • Back to our meeting point at 1:30 p.m.

Days we operate

  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday


  • Professional guide

  • Tour of the Tulum ruins.

  • Delicious tacos and juice.

  • Maya Melipona Bee project

  • Swim & relax in the cenote.

  • All entrance fees.

  • Bikes & helmets.

  • Snacks & water.


  • Distance 18 km. / 11 miles on the bike with lots of stops.

  • All flat terrain but you must be comfortable on a bike.

  • No children under 13 years

"The best way to explore our hometown is by bicycle: get a feel of the streets & daily life, discover ancient temples & traditions, seek out the hidden spots & keep active."

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