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Riviera Maya Jungle Half-Day Tour: ATV, Ziplines, Cenote Swim, Rappel

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Experience the top adrenaline sports of the Riviera Maya on a trip that combines off-roading, ziplining, rappelling, and snorkeling in a cenote. This fast-paced half-day adventure is perfect for thrill-seekers who just have one day in Tulum and want to see as much as possible. Plus, wrap up the outing with the chance to take part in a traditional temazcal (sauna-like) ceremony—a cultural experience not included on most adventure tours.
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desertduo1 wrote a review Oct 23
Palm Springs, California186 contributions55 helpful votes
Awesome morning in Cenote Azul. Get there before the crowds for some alone time. Walk the paths to discover more places to swim and by all mean, jump from the one cliff overlooking the cenote.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Karina Bolanos wrote a review Oct 23
Puerto Morelos, Mexico47 contributions3 helpful votes
Este Cenote está en el exterior que fue una de las cosas que más me gustó ya que en algunas partes se siente cálido, no como los que son en cueva, los peces se aprecian desde la distancia debido a sus cristalinas aguas, es muy relajante poder estar disfrutando de sus aguas y porque no de la exfoliación gratis que dan los pececillos, muy grata experiencia fue conocer este tesoro, a pesar de que es muy concurrido puedes acudir por lo menos dos horas antes de que cierren y valdrá la pena encontrarlo un poco más vacío y disfrutarlo más tranquilamente. Cobran 120 pesos por persona. This Cenote is outside, which was one of the things that I liked the most since in some parts it feels warm, not like those in a cave, the fish can be appreciated from a distance due to its crystalline waters, it is very relaxing to be able to Be enjoying its waters and why not the free exfoliation that the minnows give, it was a very pleasant experience to know this treasure, although it is very crowded you can go at least two hours before they close and it will be worth finding it a bit emptier and enjoy it more calmly. They charge 120 pesos per person.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Linda wrote a review Oct 3
3 contributions4 helpful votes
Best for swimming and jumping off a small cliff. We visited in the morning for a relaxing experience. It is mostly open so the water wasn't as cold as the other cenotes. Beware of the tiny fish trying to give you a pedicure if you stay still. Mosquito repellent is not allowed so I suggest you hurry to get under water to prevent getting bites. We paid $120 pesos.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Darren J wrote a review Apr 2020
Ottawa, Canada70 contributions1 helpful vote
One of the hi-lights of our trip was this beautiful spot which has easily the clearest water I’ve ever experienced. A popular destination for tourists and locals alike, it’s probably best to arrive early to avoid the crowds if you prefer a more quiet dip.
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Date of experience: January 2020
h0llliem21 wrote a review Mar 2020
Newmarket, Canada27 contributions6 helpful votes
Unlike many of the other cenotes you find in caves or under ground this one is more like a lagoon and it is absolutely beautiful. It is completely open so you can feel the sun and the water is crystal clear. So you can always see the bottom and the fish you are swimming with, it is a beautiful place to swim but also to bring a lunch or snacks and eat along the outside. This is a great place for kids as there are many shallow places to paddle. In every cenote you visit they encourage not using sunscreen so you don’t harm the animals and as I burn very easily we went later in the day so I was protected from a burn. In order to see different types of cenotes add cenote azul to your list of must visited places.
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Date of experience: March 2020