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Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park Admission Ticket

From USD 21.00
  • Skip-the-line admission tickets to Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park
  • Take your pick: fully customizable on-site activities
  • Indulge in a massage at the spa (own expense)
Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park Admission Ticket
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Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park Admission Ticket
USD 21.00

Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park is a nature reserve on the Caribbean island of Cozumel on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, famous for its underwater caves and coral-filled lagoon. With these skip-the-line admission tickets, you’ll have direct access to this Cozumel coastal haven, with options for ziplining, kayaking, diving, spa treatments, or swimming with dolphins.

What to Expect

Set the agenda for the day based on your own preferences on this fully customizable Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park visit. Skip-the-line admission tickets guarantee direct access to this Cozumel beach haven, so you can enjoy the time you saved by indulging in a few on-site activities.

Those up for adventure may choose to explore the marine life-filled nature reserve with a midair zipline ride. You can also ride the waves with a kayaking excursion, or strap on some snorkeling gear to get a firsthand peek at the Great Maya Reef, the second-largest barrier reef in the world.

Take in the interactive sea lion show, or simply wander at your leisure through scenic nature trails and botanical gardens. Archaeology buffs will enjoy the replicas of Mesoamerican artifacts. For a little pampering, arrange for a massage (own expense) at the on-site spa or lounge in an oceanfront hammock under a thatched palapa.

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Reviewed yesterday
Great for setting your own pace

It's $21 per person to get in for the day and it includes use of the beach, the pool, chairs, showers, sea lion and dolphin shows, the Mayan exhibit, crocodile habitat, and viewing the lagoon. My husband and I enjoyed snorkeling here with no guide....More

1  Thank Carissa B
Reviewed 2 days ago

Nice laid back place, We did the dolphin swim and snorkel afterwards it was a great area to be, Had very helpful stuff and lots of lizards and a very nice waterfall photo op. The food was average but overall It was a great place...More

1  Thank Mccoy_Madness
Reviewed 1 week ago
Check on the bucket list

We were the 1st visitors at the park the day we arrived. Plenty of space for visitors, but this day it was not too crowed. (Only 2 cruise ships in port) We rented snorkel gear in order to get a locker for our valuables ($15...More

Thank jleaskey
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
snorkeling for kids!

We booked this tour through Tripping Cool. Our guide's name was Alex. When you book this way, the guide stays with you throughout the day making sure you do not miss any of the special features happening at the park. We did all inclusive. As...More

5  Thank M C
Reviewed 15 August 2018
Good way to get off of a cruise ship....BUT.....

If you are staying on-island find a day that the LEAST amount of cruises are scheduled to come in....have your concierge find out and tell you. It is a nice place that get REALLY OVER crowded with the cruise ship people. We swam with the...More

8  Thank Nichole C
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8 September 2018|
Response from honeypup | Reviewed this property |
We stayed at a hotel. All taxi I saw were regular car/vans. Not sure if cost was included for us but from other trips we took I would say about 15.00 and I think it took about 15 mins to get too
Angela B
27 August 2018|
Response from honeypup | Reviewed this property |
Yes the park had lounge chairs.We were on a tour from our hotel (that was included) and they brought us to a specific area but there were a few areas that had lounge chairs. Im thinking they were included in the entrance... More
23 July 2018|
Response from Chris H | Reviewed this property |
I would say moderate. I don’t see a lot of elderly accessible places. The water is definitely not elderly safe due to sharp rocks and deep waters.