So we're going next month and while we want to relax we don't want to be stuck at the resort the whole time. We're thinking of a few excursions and would really appreciate some opinions on these. 1. Chichen Itza vs. Tulum CI is more historic and may have more to see. Tulum has the whole "built on a cliff and overlooks the sea" thing going on and may require less of a time commitment. We're really torn on this one. We want to do one of them and can't decide which. 2. Isla Mujeres We saw an excursion going there that included drinks on the boat ride, lunch somewhere there, drinks on the boat and during lunch and beach time somewhere. Is this recommended or are we better off just getting on the ferry and doing our own thing when we get there? I hear you can rent golf carts? And is it easy/safe to get to and from the ferry? We're at the Riu Caribe. 3. Others An excursion to a cenote...or is this just another swimming hole? Deep sea fishing on a shared boat...we're considering this as well. There is a thing called Xoximilco, which is a boat ride on a canal in what looks like woods and includes dinner, drinks and entertainment. It looks intresting, but the pictures always look interesting. This will be our first time in Cancun and we thank you in advance for your your input. Me and Hunny.