Hosted Activities | Wednesday, March 8

During Revenue Winners' Circle, you and your guest are invited to enjoy one Gympass-hosted activity per person on Wednesday, March 8.  Activity choices must be made prior to Friday, January 27.  After Friday, January 27, you may not change your activity.  We will reconfirm your selected activity at check-in on March 6.   We regret that any cancellations or changes to an activity that has been confirmed will result in forfeiture of your hosted activity for that day. 

 In order to protect the environment, please only use biodegradable sunscreen.  We will also provide your with sunscreen upon arrival.

Catamaran Sailing & Snorkeling 

Sail from Marina El Cid located in Puerto Morelos and enjoy an exciting tour of the coast of Riviera Maya. Guests will enjoy a 4 hour catamaran sail with a snorkeling visit to the reef of Puerto Morelos, the second largest coral reef in the world. Guests can relax and take in the beautiful views of the Caribbean sea while enjoying sun, food and beverages will enjoy beverages and food or just enjoy the magnificent view of the Caribbean sea.

Golf - El Camaleon Mayakoba

Designed by legendary Australian golfer Greg Norman and inaugurated in 2006, El Camaleon Golf Course made golf history in 2007 when it became the home of the OHL CLASSIC at Mayakoba, the first PGA Tour event to be contested outside the US and Canada.  Like the chameleon, from which it takes its name, the course offers constantly changing views as it winds through three diverse ecosystems: the tropical Mayan jungle, mangrove wetlands and the Mexican Caribbean Sea coastline.  Distinctive hazards such as cenotes (sink holes), extensive bunkers and crystal-clear fresh water canals are unique features of El Camaleon, certified by Audubon International for its commitment to the environment

Rio Secreto Plus

This tour of Rio Secreto combines a tour of the Natural Reserve with a dose of adventure. Guests start with a trip through Xibalbá (the Mayan underworld), a walk through its caves, a swim in the completely natural underground rivers, and the opportunity to admire the breathtaking formations that tell the geological history of the earth.  Next guests will visit the Salón de la Paz (“Room of Peace”), where spectacular light and sound show is projected on the natural formations.  This experience will transport visitors back in time to the very creation and evolution of the universe.  Take a seat and observe the history of the creation and evolution of the universe, all projected inside a natural cavern. Guests will have an opportunity to rappel in the caves and explore the area on bike - either before or after the swim portion, pending agenda. 

Selvatica Extreme Canopy 

The Selvatica Extreme Canopy tour is perfect for thrill seekers - featuring a 10 zip line circuit!  The journey begins at the Casa Zatara a unique palapa in a beautiful jungle ambiance.  Staff will equip each guest with harnesses, security pulleys, helmets and gloves and conduct a thorough safety briefing.  Then on to the Extreme Canopy Tour - featuring a 10 zip line circuit in the middle of the jungle, finishing with an option to do an “Aqua Zipline” for a splashdown.  After the zip line course - guests will continue on to the "Tarzania Coaster”, an exclusive attraction combining ziplines and a roller coaster, going thru 700 meters of pure adrenaline.  Next stop, guests will take a ride on a military truck to an open cenote to swim and refresh while experiencing the custom water zip line, splashing right in the middle of the sinkhole.  And finally, guests will ride back to the palapa for lunch before heading back to the hotel.


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Tulum Express

Experience the only walled city built by the Mayans along Caribbean.  This ancient fortress rising on top of a cliff overlooking the coast, so formidable in its day when the Spanish by-passed the area on their way to conquering the peninsula.  Guests will discover Mayan culture, dive into the blue waters of the Caribbean Sea and return home to tell everyone about Tulum.  The views are spectacular, and the site offers a unique look back in time. Several structures still have original paintings on the walls.