This tour starts at the meeting point at Del Cielo in front of the Scotia bank in Tulum or outside La Bendecida Café in Playa del Carmen. Alternatively we can pick you up at your hotel. The adventure starts with a drive to catch the 8am ferry that will take us to Cozumel island.
The crossing takes approximately an hour and a half. During this time you can sit on the sun deck and take in the stunning views. You can buy snacks from the ferry’s small bar, but if you want to have something more substantial we recommend that you buy something beforehand.
The ferry takes us to San Miguel, Cozumel’s largest city. From the ferry port we head south towards our first destination – Cedral. On arrival in Cedral, we will head to a tequila distillery where we will join a tour to learn how tequila is made, followed by a tequila tasting. Suitably refreshed, we then continue south along the spectacular coastline. Smell the ocean and feel the wind in your hair as we follow the coast road where the road, stopping for photo opportunities and maybe some shopping.
Our lunch stop is a gorgeous beach where we can swim in the crystal clear ocean and savor some freshly caught seafood. We continue our journey north towards the San Gervasio Mayan ruins. Constructed around 1000 AD and abandoned in around 1520-1600, you can feel the history while exploring this serene setting where Mayan pilgrims came to make sacrifices. We have approximately an hour and a half at this fascinating site.
We then continue on towards San Miguel, Cozumel’s only city. We’ll explore small, tranquil roads lined with murals and stores selling locally produced handicraft and art. We’ve set aside some time for you to explore the city by yourself – you could visit the museum, do some shopping or maybe just do some people watching while enjoying a drink along the boardwalk. We will meet again at the passenger ferry dock to take the 4:00pm ferry back.
Back on the mainland we will then return you to your hotel well in time for dinner.
If you are not quite ready to leave Cozumel, you can enjoy a margarita or two while watching the sunset before taking the passenger ferry back. If you decide to stay longer on the island the cost for the ferry crossing will be at your own expense.
Each of our bikes takes up to two passengers, aside from your host driver. One passenger may sit inside the sidecar while the second one may ride on the motorcycle itself, in back of the host driver. Would you like to drive? Ask for our self-driving rates!
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