Divirta-se enquanto descobre a beleza das florestas de Tulum's nesta excursão de 4 horas repleta de ação no Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park. Tirolesa, mergulho com snorkel, nadar e muito mais enquanto explora a vida selvagem da Riviera Maya, tudo sob a supervisão de divertidos guias que colocam a sua segurança em primeiro lugar.
Excursão de 4 horas da Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park em Tulum
Inclui tirolesas, pontes suspensas, escalada, rapel, e mergulho em cenote
Uma equipe divertida e profissional garante a sua segurança e diversão
Almoço maia de tacos, arroz, ,molhos e uma bebida incluída (opção vegetariana disponível se solicitado no momento da reserva)
Pequenos grupos de cinco pessoas ou menos no cenote para obter mais experiência natural
Excursão adequada a crianças ideal para famílias aventureiras
Opção de horário de excursão pela manhã ou à tarde
Faça o seu próprio caminho para Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park em Tulum no seu horário selecionado pela manhã ou à tarde. Na chegada, encontre seu guia e seu grupo e comece sua aventura.
Embarque em um veículo todo o terreno para uma excursão de 3 milhas (4,8 km) até à base de tirolesa na selva, onde você se vai preparar com um cinto e um capacete e ouvir algumas instruções de segurança. Em seguida, desça uma série de nove tirolesas e cinco pontes suspensas atravessando a floresta tropical.
Continue sua aventura escalando uma pirâmide de 18 pés de altura (5,4 metros); desça de rapel do outro lado enquanto aprecia a vista de um cenote. Ao chegar ao solo, coloque uma máscara de snorkel e colete salva-vidas para desfrutar de dois cenotes: um cenote semiaberto, onde você pode relaxar ou saltar de um penhasco, e, um cenote na caverna onde você pode mergulhar com snorkel para ver as estalactites e estalagmites. Pequenos grupos de não mais de cinco pessoas de uma vez de forma a proteger o cenote e fornecer uma experiência mais natural.
Complete sua excursão com um almoço maia, incluindo arroz, tacos de frango, tacos de porco desfiado, molhos e uma cerveja ou refrigerante. Retorne para a entrada do parque no final da sua excursão.
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, jul 2018
This excursion is sooooo worth it!!!!! The ziplines are awesome! The staff is great! The hanging bridges are fun and the cenotes are INCREDIBLE! The food following the activities is also actually really good! Great excursion all around!
I was skeptical this was worth the price but it definitely was. My family was 4 people, and there were two other groups of two in our tour group. So there was 8 of us, and I counted 5 guides helping us! The zip lines were super fun, but also easy enough for my 6 year old to do. The guides said that they had kids as young as 3 do it - but the kids do need to be brave / adventurous. The rock climbing and rappelling was a little lame... yes, we did rock climb and rappel, and it WAS fun, but it was up and down a stone tower - not a natural cliff or anything like that. There were two cenotes, one open to the air and one underground. We had done cenotes before, but not with snorkels and I was amazed to see how much there was to see. The underground cenote was AMAZING. It was nice that there was only the 8 of us, and our guide had us follow him while he shined a light around so that we could see the features. The tacos at the end were good, and the beer that came with it was a nice treat. The bugs were INTENSE, but they gave us bug spray. The ATV ride was also fun. My only complaint is that there weren't any seat belts on the ATV part of the fun so my daughter hit her head on the seat back in front of her, since they didn't warn us to be careful about bracing ourselves against that. She was fine, though, and that was just a small bump in an otherwise great trip.
I am always hesitant booking tours but this one more than exceeded my expectations! First off, the guides are incredible. They were entertaining, experienced, and most of all focused on safety every step of the way. We had a larger group that ranged from children to older adults and I think everyone was enjoying themselves every step of the way. The zip lining was well above average and the guides let you know when you could have a little more 'fun' on a certain line. As a bonus, you have to cross suspension type bridges between some platforms that keep you engaged instead of waiting around. The rock climbing was actually more challenging than I imagined but it added to the adventurous nature of the morning. A big highlight for me was the small group snorkeling in the cenotes. Many of the public cenotes are overly crowded and detract from the beauty but this was private no more than 5-8 ppl in the water and they let you explore at your pace. The cenotes were gorgeous and exceeded my expectations.
On a final note, when leaving the tour we asked one of the guides if there was a better option to get back into the city besides a cab. They let us know a bus drives down the highway every once in awhile that is much much cheaper than a cab. HOWEVER one of the guides then waited with us roadside for 10-15min! until the bus came so he could make sure we got on the right one. That is above and beyond in my book.
All in all I would highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Tulum. It captures many of the highlights of Tulum and is a fun adventurous way to start your morning I would recommend the morning to avoid the heat!.
Great excursion! Raoul was a fabulous guide - relaxed, patient, competent and entertaining. Safety was top priority, the ziplines were awesome. Our group was aged 20 - 50 and the course was a nice balance of challenging but not too challenging for everyone. Beautiful cenote visits at the end of the tour and a simple but fabulous lunch in the forest. Love the homemade bush buggy they use to transport people in and out of the excursion! Its a bit of a rough ride but nothing to worry about and for me just added to experience. We did the morning tour and glad we did - it gets hot in the jungle, even in the morning.
Its about 11km south of Bahia Principe.Really easy to get to via colectivo but make sure the driver knows it is SELVA Maya, there is a similarly named place that he tried to drop us at. Highly recommended - do it!
This was a great tour. Fairly easy to find off main 307 Highway. Fun trip to the zip lines. We were transported from the entrance to the start of the zip lines for 4 miles in old Mercedes Army Transport Truck -a Mayan Roller Coaster for about 20 minutes there and at the end of the trip. All the tour guides were very friendly, learning your name, and very safety oriented. Zip lines were fun, snorkeling was amazing the in the cenotes, that were are part of the path used when discovering all the connections to Dos Ojos, for the world's largest cave. The pork and chicken tacos at the end were delicious. Make sure you bring money to tip the guides at the end of the trip - they deserved it!
One of the best afternoons EVER! Began with a fun ride out to base--followed by long zip lines/bridges through the canopy. Highlight was snorkeling over stalagmites in the underground cenote Celestial, and doing cannonballs into cenote Bonita. Raoul and Vicente were FANTASTIC guides, giving you just the right amount of direction and encouragement if needed. Never felt rushed, and even had free time to swim before our vegan accommodated tacos--yum!
This was our first tour in Tulum and it was a great experience! Our guide was hilarious and full of energy. The cenotes both open and closed were beautiful and fun to swim in. They were particularly concerned that we got all the pictures we wanted, snapping photos of us on the zipline, in the cenotes etc. The lunch was great. The only downside was, I was expecting the ziplines to be a bit higher and for there to be more rappelling/climbing. I would highly recommend this trip for beginners/intermediate. Also, there was a multi-generation family with us, everyone loved the ziplines, from the 8 year old's to the grandmother.