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Approximately 5 Hours
Meals not included
This accessible Cozumel shore excursion perfectly blends authentic Mayan culture, life and foods with time spent relaxing at an accessible beach.
Meet your driver-guide and accessible van at the Cozumel cruise pier.
At the fascinating Mayan Experience Center, enjoy a true taste of ancient Mayan life, culture and foods. Your guide escorts you among the many different exhibits, including traditional Mayan dancing and a chance to participate in Mayan ceremonies. Taste various products, including tortillas and chocolate.
Next up is the historical village and Mayan ruin site of El Cedral. Learn about the site's history and participate in a local tequila tasting. There's also time here for some souvenir shopping.
An accessible beach invites you to relax in the sun, take beautiful photos and enjoy the Caribbean Sea.
The content of this tour is identical to Easy Mayan Experience, Tequila & Beach. Only guests using a wheelchair can book this tour, as it ensures accessible transportation. Our Accessible Shore Excursions encompass a global approach to inclusivity and focus on creating experiences that cater to diverse needs of our guests, to the extent feasible, regardless of the regions they operate in. Tours operating outside the US are not required to and may not meet full ADA standards but will provide transportation for guests using wheelchairs and wheelchair access within the venues included in the tours. We want to acknowledge that some of our shore excursions may not fully comply with the standards set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). There may be situations where local conditions such as terrain, transportation, or activity constraints may limit our ability to meet specific accessibility requirements. Guides are not allowed to push wheelchairs. Lunch is not included. You will have time to purchase lunch at your own expense during the tour. Wear your swimsuit under your clothing if you wish to swim at the beach; bring a towel, reef-safe/biodegradable sunscreen, light clothing to act as a full cover-up for further protection from the sun, and a hat. Swim at your own risk.