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About Selvatica
Selvatica, is the best thing to do in Cancun & the Riviera Maya if you're looking for adrenaline, adventure and fun in the Mexican Jungle. This all-family adventure center offers various activities packaged together into different tours. Choose from the Extreme Canopy Adventure, the Off Road Adventure or the AMAZING FULL DAY Gimme All Adventure. The activities available at the park include our 10 cable Zip Line Circuit, the Tarzania Jungle Coaster, the Superflight, the Sky Walk Aerial-trek (bridges and high rope adventure), the Giant Jungle Bungee Swing, ATV's and Polaris RZR buggies, a Safari Truck Ride through the jungle, swim and play in a "cenote".
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Nikki wrote a review Jun 24
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first of all, there was no mud AT ALL which was extremely disappointing especially after the hundreds of dollars we spent. second, the “trails” they take you on are pretty much flat so in my opinion it was boring especially when they take you around the same two small trails over and over and over going 15mph on an old run down polaris. all in all, if it wasn’t pouring rain before you go there cancel your tour it’s not worth the money. before you go atving you can order drinks in our case we ordered a pack of 6 beers we drank two and the bartender said when you come back from the tour the rest will be waiting for you. at the end of our tour they tried charging us for those 4 beers so just be careful and keep all your receipts. the sanota was a perfect temperature but not the cleanest. food and tequila tasting was great. they don’t allow you you take any photos on the tour because at the end they charge you 50+ dollars for the photos they take
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Alicia B wrote a review Jun 23
San Diego, California8 contributions
I enjoyed the ziplines, particularly, the aqua zipline. Taking a dip into the Cenote was fun. I recommend bringing a change of clothes, swimsuit and wet shoes. Don't forget the mosquito repellent!! The gift shop sells it. Alejandro is an excellent tour guide.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Roxana R wrote a review Jun 18
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Jesus wa a great tour guide, I have an injury and they helped accommodate me. And the burritos were delicious.
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Date of experience: June 2022
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Jeremy Turner wrote a review Jun 17
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One of the nicest setups we’ve been to in the Rivera Maya. Staff was excellent and very nice. We did the cenote tour and atv ride only. There was no mud. So if you’re expecting to get to ride the ATV’s in the mud then this trip is not for you. You will ride on a mid size trail that you will circle a few times and that’s about it. I advise you to take a bandanna or something to cover your head before putting the helmets on. The open cenote was the best part of our trip. The water was the perfect temperature and you can either dive in on a high platform or zip line into the cenote. Once in the have swings and a tight rope in the water. Great facilities and a great staff. Over all I’d give them a 8 out of 10
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Date of experience: June 2022
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VM wrote a review Jun 16
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This was a really good trip and break from sitting by the pool! The activities were so fun and the staff were very helpful (shout out to Carlos/Charlie who saved us from "being guacamole"). The activities sound daunting, however were very straightforward once you did it. Zip lining was amazing, the ATV was good and the Cenotes was good (shout out to the lifeguard who was so supportive and patient with me and my husband who cannot swim)! The food afterwards was ok, although my idea of a Fajita may be different to what a Fajita actually is in Mexico. The professional photos taken at each activity were also really good. You do have yo pay for them, however they are worth it!
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Date of experience: June 2022
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