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New tours to try on your next Riviera Maya vacation

Looking for something new to try on your next Riviera Maya vacation? Here are the latest tours from Thomas More Travel, the travel agency at Royal Resorts.

Chac Tun Cenote

Located 20 minutes from Playa del Carmen, Chac Tun is a spectacular cenote in the jungle accessible in small group tours. Swimming is permitted.

Yacht trip to Isla Mujeres

Sail across the bay to Isla Mujeres on your own private yacht and enjoy lunch on board. The tasty menu includes fresh fruit, roast chicken and salad.

Airport Transfer special offer

Book your Round trip Airport Transfer with Thomas More Travel and get a free City & Shopping tour. The City Tour has a value of US$35 and the duration is two hours.

Float Fun water games

Aquatic thrills and spills at Float Fun water adventure course at Playa Langosta in Cancun Hotel Zone. Try your water skills and enjoy hours of fun.

Mayan site of Muyil

Visit the ancient Mayan city of Muyil in Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. After a guided tour of this jungle site, you’ll visit a temascal or pre-Hispanic sweat lodge for a purification ceremony and then it’s on to a cenote for a swim.

Nature trip to Solferino

Explore the jungle and wetlands in a nature reserve near the village of Solferino in northern Quintana Roo. You’ll see a variety of bird species, spider monkeys, coatimundis, agoutis and other animals. You can spend the whole day in the reserve or combine your Solferino tour with a visit to the island of Holbox.

For more tour ideas for your next Riviera Maya vacation, visit the Thomas More Travel website or call in at the tour desk in your resort upon arrival.

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