Don’t let time restraints prevent you from having an adventure. Ride through the jungles of Cozumel on this ATV tour, providing just enough time for you to swim in a cenote and ride through a coral cave, all while learning about Maya culture.
ATV tour through the wilderness near Cozumel
Off-road adventure featuring cenote dive, cave swim, and coral cave
Ideal for shore excursion or other time-sensitive adventure
Multiple departures throughout the day
Pickup and drop-off from meeting point in central Cozumel included
Make your way to the designated meeting point outside the Hard Rock Cafe and meet your guide and group at your selected morning or afternoon departure time. After a safety briefing, hop on your ATV for a ride through the jungles near Cozumel. Although you are provided with a helmet, it is recommended that you bring a bandana, goggles, and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty on what is typically a muddy ride. And remember that close-toed shoes are required! Ride down a series of trails en route to a cenote, a type of deep swimming hole found within caves. Put on your life vest and dive in from far above the 65-foot (20-meter) deep pool, or climb in from ground level. Swim beneath stalactites before continuing to a coral cave. Drive through the coral cave while learning from your guide about the native community who once lived in the area. Return to your original departure point at the Hard Rock Cafe at the end of your tour. Bottled water is served at various stops throughout the tour. The tour reception has lockers for your possessions and offer closed-toed sandals for rent.
If you have done ATV riding before. I would not recommend it. Very boring scenery and caves. Not scenic at all. The cave water was murky...smelled like rotten eggs from the Sulfur. Also, the many many bats in the cave will have you thinking twice before jumping in. Tour guides were friendly and photos are very expensive.
The tour guides were great. Miguel and Luis are phenomenal, very friendly, helpful and went above and beyond. My complaints are that the scenery was only so-so. We just drove through dirt roads basically and even past some houses. Not really the jungle vibe I was expecting. Also the jade cavern is waaay prettier in the pictures than in person. It was actually kinda gross and smelled like sulfur. I am only giving it 4 stars because the guides were really awesome and made it more fun.
The ATV RIde to Jade Cavern was fun, however, I do wish there was more to see. The cavern itself is beautiful...it was cool to see the bats in the cave. The water was too cold to swim in although there were a couple of people who jumped in. The ride was more countryside rather than jungle like I was expecting although you feel like your in the jungle when we reached the cavern. Overall, a fun ride. Something I may do again but in a different part of the region.
The entire event was seamless from beginning through the end! All staff members were very kind and friendly. Our tour guide Omar was amazing, he was accommodating and tremendously k knowledgeable. He shared facts abouts the Mayans, the cenotes, and other valuable information which made or excursion that much more intriguing! I loved Fransico and the guava tequila as well! Well worth the value, I'd certainly repeat this adventure, but this time, I'd swim in the Cenote and take the long course! Gracias por todo Omar and the remaining staff!
I was turned away because the tour operator told me I was too old to participate in this activity. Very agitated because Viator did not notify me of this restriction when they booked the trip and took my money. Now they are going to investigate and get back to me in 7 to 10 working days after I ask for a refund.
Highly recommended! Make sure you carry sunglasses/scarf/bandana because the road is very rough, dusty and rocky. Also, we get the option to dive into the Jade Cavern waters from about 30-40 feet above, which is pretty cool! Great team Wild Tours!
The ATV ride itself was great ,it was a bit confusing when we met at the Hard Rock the gentleman who met us seemed overwhelmed , he could probably use some help and we had book on the premise that all the ATVs are automatic but he asked us if we could drive stick I can , wife could not so he told us we would now ride double but had paid for two singles , wife was a bit upset as she was looking forward to driving her own ATV. Once we got to ATV site orientation and instructions were good , rented a locker 5.00 , now get to the ATVS , guides asked if we wanted them in manual mode or automatic so wife now happy she got to drive her own ATV , all their ATVS can be put in to automatic. The ride itself was great , its a quite a long ride , very bumpy and rocky at times and you go through a big mud puddle , you stop at the Jade Cavern beautiful and have the option to jump from the top in to the cenote 25 jump if you wear glasses make sure you take them off mine are now at the bottom of the cenote , haha .When you get back their it tequila tasting and you have the option to buy pictures they took of you the picture area needs some work , a long wait . Overall we had a great time and I would recommend it .