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Jungla Maya Native Park

Jungla Maya Native Park: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Playa del Carmen: Tulum Ruins & Jungle Maya Park Tour

1. From Playa del Carmen: Tulum Ruins & Jungle Maya Park Tour

Combine culture and adventure on this day trip to the Tulum Ruins and Jungle Maya Native Park from Playa del Carmen. Your professional guide will pick you up from major hotels in Playa del Carmen, then drive you to Tulum in an air-conditioned van. Upon arrival, start exploring the different buildings and find out more about the importance of this site for Mayan culture. Enjoy enough time to discover the ruins on your own and take spectacular photos of this archaeological marvel. From the ruins, move on to the jungle park. At the check-in office, receive a safety briefing before starting your adventure. Rappel down a cenote, and watch a small ceremony by a Mayan shaman before getting into an underground river snorkeling to see the centuries-old stalactites and stalagmites. Jump from the platforms on the ziplines to end up at another cenote. A professional photographer will be taking pictures of your most dazzling moments in the park, and you can purchase these to take home with you. To round off your experience, tuck into a buffet lunch of Mayan cuisine before returning to your hotel.

Tulum: Native Park Entrance Ticket with Rappel & Cenotes

2. Tulum: Native Park Entrance Ticket with Rappel & Cenotes

Explore the Yucatán Peninsula with an entry ticket to Jungla Maya Native Park and a bilingual guide. Rappel down to the Yaxmuul Cenote and see the entrance to the Sac Actún underwater river system. Take part in a Mayan ceremony performed by a shaman. Eat a traditional lunch after the activity. Arrive at Jungla Maya Native Park (also called Jungla Maya Native Park). Enjoy nature while you glide speedily over jungle trees by zipline, and splash into the water below. Rappel into the Yaxmuul Cenote, a natural underground pool. Enjoy a swim in the water and admire the geological formations. Snorkel in the Nohoch Nah Chich Cenote. Swim past stalactites and stalagmites while exploring this underground world. Stand at the entrance to the longest underground river in the world, the Sac-Actun system, which is 217 miles long and recommended by National Geographic Snorkeler. Follow your guides to a dry cave and meet a local Mayan shaman. Participate in a blessing ceremony as you inhale the fragrant scent of incense. End your day and satisfy your appetite with a traditional Mayan lunch of chayitas (Yucatan snacks) and fresh-flavored drinks.

Cancun: Mayan Jungle Tour with Underground River Snorkeling

3. Cancun: Mayan Jungle Tour with Underground River Snorkeling

A unique experience where you’ll be surrounded by ancient rock formations (stalactites and stalagmites, among others), as well as live one of the most singular snorkel experiences that you’ll find, here, in the crystal clear waters of Sac-Actun cave system, being able to live strange phenomena such as “halocline” among many other things in this exciting dip into the world's longest underground river. But, before we introduce us to the Sac-Actun system, we’ll cross the Mayan jungle, learning all about this sacred land, while we do Rapel, swim in the beautiful Yaxmuul cenote and enjoy the amazing natural views as we fly over it on ziplines through the jungle, among many other exciting activities. Ideal for those who look for a real adventure in nature, you can’t miss the opportunity to know this beautiful ancient land in the most thrilling way. Reserve your place now!

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What people are saying about Jungla Maya Native Park

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 3 reviews

Miguel was incredible! He did an awesome job. We were happy having him as our tour guide. THANK YOU MIGUEL YOU ARE THE BEST!

Great day with Aldo and Francisco, between culture and adventure. A great fun day with the family. I highly recommend