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Activities for claustrophobic husband near Playa

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DH and I are staying at the Grand Riviera Princess Suites over Labor Day Weekend. As we will only have two full days at the resort, we only want to take one tour. DH is claustrophobic and would NOT want to go on any underground water tours, whether it be swimming underground, snorkeling underground or floatng on a raft underground. I don't think he even wants to snorkel in open water. So, I would hate to pay for a tour that includes something he cannot participate in.

We are considering a trip to Tulum, swimming with Dolphins, or a zipline. We did a zipline in Jamaica a few years ago and we loved that.

We are in our mid - late 50's, and in decent, but not great, shape.

Any suggestions? Tours to avoid?

Thank you

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