Perfect for active travelers, this all-day guided tour includes an ATV ride, cenote swim, and ziplining. First, head out on an ATV (single and double passenger options are available) to an underground cenote for a swim. Then swing through the jungle on a zipline course. The tour ends with lunch at a Mayan restaurant.
This tour is ideal for adventurous travelers visiting Cancun
Bring a towel and wear comfortable closed-toe shoes
Great experience, my wife and I had fun. If you choose this, the only negative is a tiny lunch (2 small tacos). Just a note: Be careful driving the ATVs, keep your legs spread a little to avoid feeling the engine's heat. Overall, great price for a great experience.
Lunch was horrible even after telling booking we dont eat pork they served pork taco and nothing to drink wanted you to purchase drinks for $2. Lunch should include a beverage and the Atv was burning everyones legs it was so hot we all has red burns on our legs and they were poorly kept breaking,down,and cutting off. It was just a dusty bumpy ride ok but I have experienced better ATV rides.
HOSPITALITY WAS GREAT EVERYWHERE They need,to explian and give more details about the swi ,because some things were not explained most of the group did not swim. They dont,tell you until,you arrive and have paid. The zip line was the best out of the entire trip. Much fun on the zip would not go,back.,
Great Cenote and Lunch. O.K. Ziplines, terrible ATVs
, Jun 2019
While the cenote and lunch portions of the experiences were good, the ATV tour was very unpleasant for several reasons. Most importantly, all of the vehicles specifically state on their safety labels that they are for one rider only. All of the units were carrying 2 riders, and the back rider had to sit halfway onto the metal luggage bars on the back of the ATV. This was very uncomfortable and dangerous-especially traveling over the very rough path they took us on.
Further, many of the vehicles, including ours, did not have functioning brakes. My unit had the front brake handle disconnected and flopping against my hand and arm the entire trip. The rear brake was not sufficient to stop us in a short distance making control of the ATV very difficult. Also, all of us had burns on our legs from the engine and exhaust heat and it is obvious that either heat shields were missing, or long pants needed to be required.
The zipline course was OK, not the greatest, but fun and well run.
The trip there was a bit lenthy but the experience was cool overall. Everything is on a beginners level so if your expecting something extreme don’t!! The ATV is a guided tour and your going to do 15 mph tops, there were about 5 ziplines in total that were cool and the swimming was the best part which you can do @ the beach or pool. It’s moreso about the experience. If you don’t eat meat your good because they have a fish option for the tacos which is great!
ATV, zip line and swim we're awesome. Our guide Alexis was THE BEST!!! Only downsides we're the lunch, only 2 tacos and nothing else, and, tour info said bottled water would be provided, it was not. There were beverages for purchase only or you could drink from a bottled water fountain with very thin paper cone cups