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Its the Ocean, Akumal Mexico
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Maya Adrenaline | 1KM ZIPLINE!
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

Maya Adrenaline | 1KM ZIPLINE!

25 reviews
Dare to challenge the mud roads in the middle of the jungle aboard an ATV, driving through an imperfect path full of mud (rainy season), stones, climbs, descents, water and lots of fun.<br><br>Zip lines circuit (4) one of them 1KM (long) here you can fly through the treetops, these zip lines have high safety standards, but before this, we will do a Mayan ceremony (10min) just for more safety, hehe! IMAGINE BEING ABLE TO FLY, SCREAM AND SURPRISE YOU WITH THE BEAUTIFUL VIEWS THAT YOU WILL HAVE FLYING LIKE AN EAGLE!<br><br>Finally, Discover a cenote by swimming - Mayans believed that there were doors to the underworld - it can be accessed through a safe staircase and what your eyes will see is totally out of this world.<br><br>After swimming, enjoy nature in a different way. At the end, we will go to our restaurant to eat a delicious Mayan lunch (tacos), order a beer and rest in a hammock before returning to the meeting point.<br><br>Upgrade your adventure: horses, reefs, pyramids, what more do you want?
$85.00 per adult
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Kendra C wrote a review Mar 2021
29 contributions9 helpful votes
I have been coming to Akumal since the early 1990's, and I've accommodated the development in Akumal Bay. However, after this last trip, I will not visit the bay area since it has been ruined by greed. The once peaceful bay, it now overcrowded by resorts and pan-handing people who are ignorant & rude to the people like our family. On this last visit, our family who spent over $1K+ on scuba diving at ADS and $3K on accommodations were continuously hassled by the those folks at Akumal Bay.
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Date of experience: March 2021
B1714D wrote a review Jan 2021
Belgrade, Serbia9092 contributions2727 helpful votes
Akumal Bay is a secluded bay on Riviera Maya between Playa del Carmen and Tulum. The whole bay is protected by a coral reef, so the sea here is calmer and is home to sea turtles. There're many places along the bay you can find your free spot to enjoy. For tips how to see the turtles hassle free and without scams please read my detailed Akumal beach review.
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Date of experience: December 2020
1 Helpful vote
AliBug wrote a review Nov 2020
Charlotte, North Carolina1405 contributions293 helpful votes
I'm so glad I read about this area before our trip. I didn't know it existed. What a lovely and quiet bay. We explored it one afternoon and decided to return for dinner later that week. There are a couple of cute aritsan shops in the zone and a few restaurants. And extremely picturesque.
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Date of experience: September 2020
5 Helpful votes
Voyager-Michele wrote a review Nov 2019
Zaandijk, The Netherlands195 contributions51 helpful votes
We arrived on this beach, a nice bay with not many tourist early in the morning. There were a lot of turtles, so we took as many pictures as we could. This beach is easy to reach.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Sharon B wrote a review Aug 2019
37 contributions34 helpful votes
We got a collectivo to Akumal Bay which was very easily done. Once we got off we had a 10 minute walk to the bay which was pointed out to us by the driver. We was asked by a couple of people if we wanted a guide but we politely said no and they left us alone. We did get a guide which was recommend to us by the people who gave out information near the bay. We got a locker and all the snorkelling equipment although myself and my youngest son used our own full face masks. I'm not very confident in water but we were all given life jackets and our guide also offered to pull me and my son once were in the very deep water on a life ring so we could just look without having to swim. Our guide was really nice and pointed out so many fish and turtles and let is look for as long as we wanted to. We was in the water for around 50 minutes and my whole family agreed that even though you have to pay for this experience it was well worth it once you see the turtles. We was so close we could all hear them pulling and chewing the grass and they were not bothered about us being there.
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Date of experience: August 2019
1 Helpful vote