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Ride an ATV, explore tropical rainforest and participate in Maya culture on this unique combination tour. Depart from Cancun for Playa del Carmen's Native's Park, where activities and nature go hand-in-hand. Set out on your 4WD off-road adventure to meet one of the region's first settlers. Then continue on to Media Luna cenote for a traditional Maya ceremony and an underwater swim in a stalagmite- and stalactite-filled cave. Finish your day with a few hours enjoying downtown Playa del Carmen's shops, bars, eateries and attractions before heading back to Cancun.

Highlights

  • ATV tour inside Native’s Park in Playa del Carmen
  • Explore a Maya jungle aboard a single- or double-rider ATV and discover ruins from a pre-Hispanic trade route
  • Swim in a cenote and visit a cave with stalagmites and stalactites
  • Meet one of Playa del Carmen’s first settlers and learn about the region’s first inhabitants
  • Enjoy ample free time in Playa del Carmen’s charming town and beaches
  • Round-trip transport from Cancun hotels included
  • Numbers are limited to 10 people on this small-group tour

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

This is the only ATV tour in the region that gives you a cenote swim, cave exploration and authentic Maya ruins inside the Yucatán jungle. You’ll also meet one of Playa del Carmen’s first settlers for a unique perspective of how the town developed over time.

What You Can Expect

Native's Park ATV Adventure Tour from Cancun Including Cenote Swim

Swim in the cenote's crystal clear waters

Customer Reviews

Cheryl M

4 star rating: Recommended October 2015

Was fun. There was a bit of waiting around but all the staff were very friendly, I enjoyed the last part also just kicking back and having a drink and a snack looking out over the water

Fern

3 star rating: Worth doing October 2016

This excursion was okay. The Mayan ceremony was nice but we did not receive an amulet. Unfortunately, one of the vehicles broke down on the trail but the guide added 15 minutes in addition to the time of the tour for the inconvenience. The cenote water was very cold and the swim was a bit short which was kinda disappointing. Casa de la Abuela was closed off due to reconstruction, wish we could have seen it. The food at the end was amazing best food I had in Mexico. Overall, it was a fun experience for the ATV portion. I recommend taking your own camera though because the photos are not worth purchasing 2 out of maybe 20 photos will come out good.

Roberta J

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better March 2016

Unfortunately, I discovered that the ATV part of the tour was too much for a 73 year old woman. I have gone ziplining in the past and thought I could handle this, but it was way too rough a ride for me. Maybe if I had taken one on the beach it would have been okay, but the path on this trip was very rough. I had to get off the ATV after about ten minutes, and my daughter with whom I was riding went with the rest of the group. I waited for them to return and missed the ride. I did go to the cenote, the cave and the Mayan ritual. Walking in muddy areas on the trail and in the cave, were also a little slippery for me. I did enjoy the guides, the people in our group, and experiencing this with my daughter. But my advice is, that unless you are an extremely athletic person, this tour is not for anyone over 70.

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