Holidaze offers opportunities to get out and explore the beautiful and culturally-rich Mayan Riviera. Some popular area attractions include snorkeling, zip-lining, cenote exploration, and more! All official excursions return in time to catch the music.

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Date: Thursday, December 13th
Time: 8:00am - 1:30pm
Price: $138 USD/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!
Date: Thursday, Dec 13
Time: 9:45am - 3:20pm
Price: $115 USD/pp
Gear up and before you know it you'll be high up over a tree overlooking the jungle. Once your feet are back on the ground, it´s time to head farther into the jungle on a safari truck ride; to an open cenote, where you can swim and refresh while experiencing our custom water zipline, splashing right in the middle of the Sinkhole. finally, a delicious lunch and water will await for you at the Palapa.
Date: Friday, Dec 14 
Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Price: $115 USD/pp
Do you like cenotes? Do you love beer as much as we do? Get off-site to explore both a beautiful local cenote and one of the local breweries called Pescadores. You’ll first visit “ Ruta de los Cenotes Puerto Morelos” followed by a brewery tour. You’ll learn from the brewer about the process and ingredients they use and see behind the scenes. Enjoy a tasting and early lunch (aka Brunch). Lunch includes brisket tacos, german sausage, and papas fritas! and of course more BEER!"
Date: Friday, Dec 14
Time: 10:00am - 3:20pm
Price: $112 USD/pp
Looking for a thrill? Drive an ATV or Polaris (think golf cart meets ATV for 2 people), through exciting jungle trails, explore the natural caves by foot, fly high on the ziplines, swim in a beautiful cenote before heading back to the hotel.
Date: Saturday, Dec 15 
Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Price: $75 USD/pp
Tulum is the only walled Mayan city built on ocean cliffs, and one of the best-preserved cultural sites today, as the city survived untouched, 70 years after the Spanish Conquistadores invasion. Explore an area believed to be sacred to the Mayan culture and get lost among the many once-majestic buildings adorning the craggy cliffs.