Itinerary Mayan Winter Road Tour
Day 1 - First Impression
16th of January
Cancun - Tizimin 72 Mi (116 km)
We will transport you to the tour starting point and from there we will be riding from the Mexican State of Quintana Roo into the Yucatan State.
We will pass by typical Mayan villages and beautiful ranches to end up at Tizimin. You’ll get your first impression of the real Mexican Yucatan peninsula.
Day 2 - The magic of Yucatan
17th of January
Tizimin - Valladolid 71.8 Mi (115 km)
Ride along beautiful Scenic roads leading us through the real Yucatan.
We’ll visit the impressive cenote “Xcanche” and the Maya ruins of Ek Balam. This little gem of a Mayan city is “one of a kind” where you can stroll among the temples and climb the 98ft high Acropolis.
We will spend the night at Colonial Valladolid. A great city to explore the history and culture, the best the Yucatan peninsula has to offer. From colonial era churches and architecture to natural wonders.
Day 3 - From Jungle to Ocean
18th of January
Valladolid - Coba - Tulum 72.5 Mi (116 km)
Leaving the magical city of Valladolid behind we move on passing by typical Mayan villages, leaving Yucatan State and entering into Quintana Roo State. This leads us to Coba where you can take a refreshing swim in a closed cenote hidden deep underground and climb the steps of Nohoch Mul, the tallest pyramid on the Yucatán peninsula (138ft).
We will spend the night in the town of Tulum. A seaside town on the Riviera Maya with powder white beaches, serenely quiet and with an ocean clear as crystal.
Day 4 - Riviera Maya & Wildlife
19th of January
Tulum - Puerto Morelos 60 Mi (95 km)
Before leaving Tulum we will visit the archaeological site at Tulum situated on top of the 12-meter (39 ft) tall cliffs, along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea. One of the last cities inhabited and built by the Mayas.
On our way to Puerto Morelos we will be passing by Playa del Carmen and we will stop to visit CrocoCun, a Crocodile Farm just outside Puerto Morelos. This is an interactive and conservation zoo where you will able to touch, hold and feed a great variety of Yucatan’s wild animals. This is a100% conservationist project with a sustainable program protecting and promoting the conservation of all the local species.
Day 5 - Goodbye
20th of January
Puerto Morelos - Airport
Unfortunately all good things come to an end but I am sure you will never forget the Yucatan Peninsula and will want to return again and again.