Non-Hosted Activities | Thursday, March 9

Non-Hosted activities are available on Thursday, March 9.  Prices are indicated with the activity descriptions.  Activity choices must be made prior.  Friday, January 27.  After Friday, January 27, you may not change your activity.  If you are interested in any activities not listed below, please contact the Revenue Winners' Circle Event Team for more information.  Please note that non-hosted activities are at your own expense, and credit card information is required to reserve these optional activities.  Additionally, the pricing listed for some activities are based on a minimum requirement.  If the minimum requirement is not met, we will contact you to discuss if the activity will be cancelled or if there is a change in price to accommodate the lower group size by Friday, January 27.  We will reconfirm your selected activity at check-in on March 6.

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

Coba Express - $135 Per Person

Visit the archeological site of Coba, a majestic city surrounded by exuberant vegetation and recognized for having the tallest building in the archaeological zones north of the Yucatan Peninsula. During the tour, you will get a chance to explore the Church Temple and the Oval Temple. Get an up-close look at the famous stone carvings, where the Mayans etched out important events, as well as astronomical findings.

Extreme Canopy - $175 Per Person

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.

Mexico Lindo Cooking Class - $220 Per Person

Spend the day learning about ancient Mayan culture through one of the most popular cuisines in the world. Learn traditional Mexican recipes in an authentic casita located in the middle of the Riviera Maya jungle. Expert chefs will guide you in making a gourmet lunch comprised of organic ingredients grown onsite which you will then enjoy.

Rio Secreto - $155 Per Person

Immerse yourself into one of the most incredible natural marvels found in the Riviera Maya. Descend into the womb of Mother Earth and enter a labyrinth of endless passageways formed by ageless geological processes. Walk & swim an easy 600-meter route amidst the thousands of calcified stalactites and stalagmites found in this protected natural reserve. Be transformed by this ancient, magical subterranean world that until now has remained unexplored for millions of years.

Spa - Various Rates

Imagine tranquility, serenity and relaxation in an exquisite setting designed with your deepest relaxation in mind. The Dreams Spa by Pevonia® is a haven for rejuvenating body and facial treatments, soothing hydrotherapy, relaxing massages and pampering salons.  And, with award-winning Pevonia skincare products, you’re treated to an unforgettable spa experience.

Tulum Express - $140 Per Person

Experience the only walled city built by the Mayans along the Caribbean.  This ancient fortress rising on top of a cliff overlooking the coast, so formidable in its day.  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.