Excursions

From snorkeling tours to adventures of the ancient ruins of Tulum, the Mayan Riviera is a region rich with culture and adventure. During Closer to the Sun, opportunities to explore Mexico are right at your fingertips! Check out the official event excursions below & secure your spot! 

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Deep Sea Fishing
Saturday, Dec 1st
8:30a - 1:30p
$138.00/pp

Enjoy a morning on the open seas and test your skills. Depending on the season you can catch sailfish, white marlin, blue marlin, wahoo, dorado (mahi-mahi), tuna, kingfish, and barracuda.

Bring your catch of the day to the resort and the chefs will cook it for you. Doesn’t get much fresher than that!

Tarzan Swing & Swim
Saturday, Dec 1st
9:00a - 12:30p
$115.00/pp

Enjoy the perfect mix of adventure & nature. Zipline 20 meters above the jungle canopy and rappel down into the Mayan Jungle.

Cool off afterwards in the crystal-clear waters of an underground river where you’ll be able to see awesome caves & rock formations. Enjoy a buffet style lunch before heading back to catch the shows.

Jungle Madness
Sunday, Dec 2nd
9:00am - 12:30p
$112.00/pp

Looking for a thrill? Drive an ATV or Polaris through exciting jungle trails, explore the natural caves by foot, fly high on the zip lines, experience a Mayan Ceremony, and swim in a beautiful cenote before heading back to the Hard Rock.

Sail Away Catamaran
Sunday, Dec 2nd
9:00a - 1:20p
$129.00/pp

Spend the day onboard this ultimate sailing adventure. You’ll sail on a Catamaran, explore off-shore locations along the Riviera Maya coastline and snorkel on the Inah reef. Hop on a paddleboard and test your balance then enjoy lunch and the open bar.

Mayan Magic
Monday, Dec 3rd
8:30a - 2:30p
$158.00/pp

This is the cultural experience you’ve been looking for. You’ll be transported to the Ancient Mayan City of Coba - home to the tallest pyramid on the Yucatan. Unlike some ruins in the area, you’ll be able to climb the pyramid to see the stunning surrounding vistas.

We’ll end with a trip to a nearby cenote. Its waters are revered by Mayan Shaman for their healing abilities and natural mineral content.