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LDS Tours from Cancun & Riviera Maya

All the prices of the tours depend on how many of your friends are taking the tour with us in the same group, the more you are, the less you pay per person, please contac us to fix the rate.

Tulum Ruins & Snorkel

Tulum is a breathtaking piece of paradise that sits at the South end of the Rivera Maya. Tulum is home to the spectacular Tulum Ruins as well as neighboring archaeological sites such as Coba and Muyil. Visitors travel from all over the world to see the stunning Mayan fortress perched high atop a cliff overlooking the beautiful beaches of the Caribbean Sea.

After visiting Tulum Ruins let us take you to have a beautiful experience swimming with turtles, stingrays and many more sealive in Akumal Bay & in one of the most amazing cenote (sinkhole)

If you are visiting this lovely region by cruise ship and are docked at Cozumel you will not want to miss the opportunity to explore the beautiful ruins of Tulum and all of its' spiritual aspects. Located right on the coast of the peninsula of the yucatan, it is just a short ferry ride away. Contact us for further information.

Coba, Cenote & Tulum


Spend a day exploring and learning about both Tulum and Coba from an LDS perspective. Let Helaman show you how many aspects of these sites tie into the peoples of the Book of Mormon. Knows and climb Nohoch Mul with its 120 steps lead up to the top and reaches 137 feet in height. This is the tallest temple pyramid on the Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza has 91 steps leading up to the top of the Kulkulkan Pyramid. There are a large number of stelae, large stone slabs, throughout the Coba site displayed under thatched. The stelae contain drawings and glyphs that document major events and historical facts that happened in the city of Coba. This is what archeologists use to decipher the history and movements of the Mayan culture throughout the area. Today the glyphs are nearly illegible but the history radiates from these important artifacts.

After visiting Coba Ruins enjoy and refresh in the crystalline waters of Tanka ha Cenote and if you are brave enough jump in to the sinkhole and get some fun with your family and friends and in the afternoon visit the Mayan Coast city of Tulum


Chichen Itza & Tulum



Chichen Itza city was the most important capital city of the Maya area in the Classic period and the beginning of Post Classic. When Spaniards arrived, it was the most visited center of cult and pilgrimage of Yucatan Peninsula. Chichen Itza and the Cenote of Sacrifices were, and still are, sacred centers for the Maya.

This is a Cultural Heritage Zone of Mexico, and due to its importance was inscribed in UNESCO World Heritage list in 1988.

Chichen Itza holds uttermost valuable information of Pre Hispanic past. Due to its beauty and singularity, it is a cultural referent for Mexicans and a symbol of national and indigenous identity.
The Pre Hispanic city of Chichen Itza is nowadays a tourist destination visited each year by more than a million people. The most prominent building of the metropolis, Kukulcan Pyramid, known as El Castillo, has become an emblem of the Maya culture all over the world.

Explore both Chichen Itza and Tulum in one exciting, venture filled day. Let Helaman show you how many aspects of these sites tie into the peoples of the Book of Mormon.

Valladolid & Chichen Itza

Located halfway (two hours from each) between Mérida and Cancún, Valladolid, newly-named “Pueblo Mágico” in August 2012, is a bustling Maya city with a special colonial flavor. This is where you will see the majority of the townspeople still using the typical dress of the Maya, and the buildings around the Main Plaza painted pastel colors. You will surely get a sense of the laid-back pace of life.

The Church of San Gervacio is in the Centro of Valladolid, on the south side of the main plaza, on Calle 41 between 40 and 42. This church took the place of the one which was erected on March 24, 1545, by Padre Francisco Hernández whose façade faced the west, which was the custom for Yucatecan temples in the Colonial era. In 1705 the original church was completely demolished by order of the Bishop Don Pedro de los Reyes Ríos due to its profanity in the so-called “Assassination of the Mayors”. In 1706 the construction of the current church began, and in order to have its main access facing the main plaza, it was given a new orientation which is why the church now faces the north and not the west. Above the main façade is a clock dating from the XIX century, the only public clock in the city.
After enjoying the mornig in this lovely colonial city we will take you to one of the most important Mayan City in the Paninsula of Yucatan were you can learn about the Mayan Game called ¨Ball Game¨ also learn about some of the idols Mayan people use to reefer to Jesus 

Chichen izta & Ek Balam

Ek Balam in Mayan language means “Black Jaguar”. It was a city of the ancient Mayas in the Mexican state Yucatan around 30 km north of Valladolid and 150 km west of Cancun.

In 1997 the excavation was started. According to legends that were recorded by the Spanish government during the 16th century after the conquest of Yucatan, the city was founded by a ruler with the name Ek’Balam.Ek Balam – 

The city was the capital of a kingdom called Talal. It’s first ruler Ek’Balam was murdered after 40 years leadership. Earliest human traces date back to a time around 100 to 300 BC. The decline of Ek Balam began around AD 1200

The ceremonial center of Ek Balam has a size of 1 km² and is surrounded by concentric walls that are interpreted as structures for defense activities. The surrounding area with structures that have not been excavated yet has a size of 12 km².

The biggest building in Ek Balam is the “Acropolis”. With its length of 160 m, the width of 70 m and a height of 31 m this pyramid is definitely the biggest pyramid in the northern Yucatan peninsula, due to its volume.



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