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Cooking with Chef Lucy


Join us for a day of culinary and cultural immersion. Visit the Tres Reyes Mayan community ready to roll up your sleeves learning to prepare a classic Mayan dish as featured on the Netflix Series Chef’s Table.


Start by swimming in a beautiful cenote right in the middle of the jungle (swimming not mandatory). At the same location, continue to explore a second cenote with a fascinating view of a karstic landscape.


After an immersion in the magical world of the sacred waters of the Mayas, already purified in flesh and spirit, proceed to Doña Lucy’s family home where you will make tortillas and a variety of Mayan delicacies.


While your meal slowly simmers in a ground oven, participate in a traditional Mayan blessing given by the community’s shaman. After this incredible experience, prepare yourself to enjoy the delicious fruits of your labor of love.


Bon Appetit.

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2 Cenotes, Mayan Cooking Class & Lunch

​Tour Details & Highlights

  • Recommended* tour start at 08:0 a.m. (+/- 1 hour)

  • Swim in a sacred cenote (open air)

  • Prepare traditional Mayan dishes

  • Enjoy a delicious, traditional lunch

  • Duration of this tour is approximately 6 hours

What's included in this private excursion

✅ Your personal bilingual host

Certified driver and fully insured vehicle with a/c

✅ Round-trip transportation from any place in Cancun to Tulum

✅ All entrance fee

✅ Delicious, traditional Lunch

✅ Personalized cooler with bottled water, and a variety of soda,

      beerjuices, club sodas and light snacks in the van

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