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  • Cancun & Riviera Maya: Xplor Park All-inclusive & Transport

    1. Cancun & Riviera Maya: Xplor Park All-inclusive & Transport

    Xplor offers some of the most amazing adventures in the Riviera Maya. This full-day ticket gets you access to all of the theme park’s attractions to make your Cancun vacation extra special. Fly over treetops, drive an amphibious vehicle through jungle trails, and explore the inside of caves as you swim in underground rivers. If you love adventure, Xplor is the top attraction in Cancun. Your entry to this unique adventure includes transportation in fully equipped coaches to make it easier to reach the park. A specialized on board guide will fill you in on all the attractions that await. Kick start your adventure by exploring the impressive rock formations, sculpted by mother-nature millions of years ago. Here you can marvel at the underground rivers filled with majestic stalactites and stalagmites. The park offers 4 different activities for adrenaline junkies: zip lines, amphibious veh...

    It would’ve been better if they let the guests not wear masks on the rides and activities. There were some activities that will get you wet and having masks isn’t the most fun. Also, if they require this, make sure that there’s replacement masks that they’ll give. The zip lines were fun and enjoyable. We were able to conquer our fears. River swim was a blast and the ATV ride was also something that I would recommend. The rafting is boring. That wasn’t the rafting we were expecting. I suggest that you place a notice for the guests to know when they’re nearing the camera. We were always caught off guard. Food was okay. I like the way that it’s served by the staffs. The wait staffs were all polite and kind. Wish there were more rides and activities. Overall, it’s a good experience.

  • Full-Day Rio Secreto Small Group Tour

    2. Full-Day Rio Secreto Small Group Tour

    Be immersed in an ancient world of stalactites and stalagmites. Roam the labyrinths of dramatic rock formations and tranquil waters. The Rio Secreto (Secret River) is a hidden underground network of rivers and caves. An air-conditioned mini-van collects you from your hotel from 7:20 and takes you to Rio Secreto. Here you will meet your expertly trained guide and receive a wetsuit, wet shoes, a lamp and a helmet to get you ready for your adventure. From here, enter the caves, where for 600 meters you will be free to walk, swim and enjoy the enchanting beauty of your surroundings with the supervision of your guide. Furthermore, with a maximum of 10 people per tour, you can be ensured a quiet tour experience free from outside distractions. The tours in Rio Secreto are organized so that no two tours happening at the same time will meet underground. After approximately 1.5 hours you will b...

    The tour itself is very interesting, the guides are very knowledgeable and give you a detailed explanation on the caverns and their formations. The only catch is that the tour that I booked included transportation from and to my hotel, which was within the Riviera Maya, but that didn't happen; we had to walk to the highway a few blocks away at 7am to the pick-up location chosen by RioSecreto.

  • Cancun/Riviera Maya: Tulum and Emotions Native Park Tour

    3. Cancun/Riviera Maya: Tulum and Emotions Native Park Tour

    After being collected from your accommodation in Cancun or Riviera Maya, you will make your way to Tulum. There you will receive a 45-minute guided tour, before having 1 hour and 15 minutes of free time to explore at the archaeological site. Afterwards, you will head to the Emotions Native Park where you will spend 3 hours and 30 minutes. You will begin with an ATV tour through the jungle, enjoying the natural beauty of the park as you cross a spectacular hanging bridge and ramp that will take your breath away. That will be followed by a trek through winding paths, which will result with you reaching an ancient Mayan vestige. It will then be time for a Mayan ceremony, during which you will delve into the natural jungle wonders and participate in an authentic Mayan blessing ceremony. The ceremony will be accompanied by copal incense and performed by a Mayan shaman from the community. A...

  • Mayan Jungle: 4-Hour Adventure Tour from Riviera Maya/Cancun

    4. Mayan Jungle: 4-Hour Adventure Tour from Riviera Maya/Cancun

    Embark on an adventure of a lifetime with this unique Mayan jungle expedition. Begin the tour with a visit to the Nohoch Nah Chiich cave, the amazing entrance to the Sac-Actun cenote system. Considered the world longest underground river system, the Sac-Actun was explored and recommended by specialized National Geographic cave divers, making it a truly remarkable place to visit. Snorkel through the crystal clear waters, surrounded by awesome rock formations and millenary stalactites and stalagmites, before your embark on the second part of the journey. Continue the tour with a trek along the didactic jungle path to learn about the best preserved biodiversity in the area, and then enjoy the zip-line canopy circuit over the lush rainforest. Rappel 40 feet down to swim in Yaxmuul, a natural underground pond of pristine water and beautiful rock formation and take part in a beautiful dry ca...

  • From Cancún: Tulum and Tankah Cenotes Eco-Adventure Tour

    5. From Cancún: Tulum and Tankah Cenotes Eco-Adventure Tour

    The excursion begins with a pick-up service between 07:00-08:05 AM from the lobby of your hotel in Cancun or Mayan Riviera. Upon arrival at Tulum, head directly to the world-famous archaeological site for a 1.5 hour visit and have the opportunity to explore it on your own! A certified guide will introduce you to the history and mysteries of the great Mayan civilization that once developed their culture and tribute to the world’s historical legacy.  Your guide will explain the significance of all the historical sites of Tulum - the Mayan word for wall - is indeed a walled fortress. The site has impressive cliffs overlooking the turquoise Caribbean Sea. Discover one of the most beautiful archaeological sites in the world and the only site in the Mayan Riviera located right by the coastline, that once was a port and a shelter to the coast Mayans in the post classical period.  After Tulum...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this tour. And I would highly recommend it to everyone! Our guide Carlos Solis was authentic and professional. His knowledge of Tulum was inspiring. His Mayan background made the stories poignant. Then at the Ecological Park we had fun that exceeded my expectations. As the name implies, it is a natural preserve. So it was the real deal. There were many cenotes and a beautiful small lake where we zip lined through natures beauty. And lunch was prepared by some of the Mayan people living in the park. You could not ask for a more authentic (non commercial) tour. Thanks to our driver Oscar whose quiet and steady driving got us home safely. And thank you to Carlos. It was an honor to meet you.

  • Cancun: Private Birdwatching Tour

    6. Cancun: Private Birdwatching Tour

    Every year thousands of migratory birds arrive to the Yucatan Peninsula and in addition to the marvelous endemic species of the area, this tour will not disappoint you. Your private guide will show you the best spots to catch a glimpse of these birds close to Cancun at Ruta de los Cenotes Biosphere Reserve, as well as give explanations about the jungle and its unique flora and fauna. At 5 am you will be picked up at your hotel in Cancun (5:45am in Playa del Carmen or 6:30am Tulum). At 6:40am start hiking through the Mayan jungle to observe the amazing Yucatan birds. Your certified guide will provide you with interesting information about the Peninsula’s different bird species and the area’s ecosystems. At 9:30am have a snack before you are taken back to your hotel at 10:00am. You will arrive your hotel at 10:40am in Tulum (11am in Playa del Carmen, 12pm in Cancun).  This is a short lis...

    Pick up was on time. We were taken to the forrest. Carlos - the guide, knew so much about birds and their habitats. He knew how to call them to make them show up. We saw 35 different species that day. Between observations, we had a breakfast in the local family diner, what was also great experience.

  • Riviera Maya: Morning Birdwatching Tour and Muyil Ruins

    7. Riviera Maya: Morning Birdwatching Tour and Muyil Ruins

    Away from the resorts and beaches of The Riviera Maya lays the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site recognized as home to over 300 species of birds, 400 species of fish, 100 mammals, and 40 amphibians. Journey into this rich natural habitat and spot unique bird species in the heart of the Mayan jungle. Start the day early with 5:00 AM pickup from your hotel and head into the jungle. Accompanied by a knowledgeable birding guide, spot colorful tropical birds and learn about their natural habitat. In addition, visit the Muyil ruins within the reserve. These ruins draw significantly fewer visitors than Chichen Itza or Tulum and allow you to enjoy an unobstructed view of the site.  At the end of the tour, hotel drop-off will be provided.

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What people are saying about Playa del Carmen

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 72 reviews

Complete park, very well spent day. Unlike what you say on the voucher, it was not necessary for me to make any exchange for the ticket. Arriving at the park, it is necessary to go to the ticket office as it is there that you will be given your helmet and the key to your locker. I didn't have to submit anything other than my confirmation on the GetYourGuide App to be admitted. Tip: take that waterproof bag to carry the cell phone around your neck. Other than that, they don't let you enter your cell phone anywhere. In the park you can buy the photo package for 69 dollars (couple). I thought it was expensive, but I ended up buying it because they are really cool pictures of all the routes and activities done throughout the day. Worth it. Another thing: in addition to the bathing suit, take a wet suit to wear over it. It is uncomfortable to walk around in bathing suits as well as much more exposure to the sun.

Eddy knows all the places where the different birds hide themselves. Thank you for this beautiful birding morning.

It’s is a fun excursion and wonderful experience for the whole family

Much better than expected. Fun and safe, the awesome cave.

Carlos was perfect and we got to see a lot of new birds.