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Jungle Maya Park Admission Ticket

  • Jungle Maya Park Admission Ticket
  • Admire the scenery on a 4x4 jungle safari
  • Swim and snorkel in the Nohoch Nah Chiich cavern
Jungle Maya Park Admission Ticket
From USD 89.00
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11am Park EntranceMost Popular
Jungle Maya Park admission ticket for 11am entrance.
USD 89.00
1pm Park Entrance
Jungle Maya Park admission ticket for 1pm entrance.
USD 89.00
9am Park entrance
Jungle Maya Park admission ticket for 9am entrance.
USD 89.00
Check off four thrilling adventure activities in one tour with admission to the Jungle Maya Park. Drive through the jungle in a 4x4, fly through the treetops on a zip-line, rappel into a cenote, and swim and snorkel in an underground river. Lunch is included.
What to Expect
Make your own way to the Maya Jungle Park, around 15 minutes drive from Tulum, in time for a 9am, 11am, or 1pm departure (depending on option selected). After meeting your guide, hop aboard a 4x4 and set out on a thrilling drive through the jungle.

Stop off along the way to explore the world’s longest underground river; swim and snorkel in the Nohoch Nah Chiich cavern; and rappel down a 40-foot (12 meter) cliff into the Yaxmuul cenote. After cooling off with a swim in the cenote, get your adrenaline pumping again as you ride a zip-line through the treetops. Finally, learn more about the region’s rich Mayan heritage as you take part in a traditional Mayan blessing ceremony.

Your experience ends with a hearty lunch, including soup, chicken, vegetables, rice, beans and hand-made tortillas.

At the end of the tour, make your own way back to your hotel.
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Reviewed 4 days ago
Excellent experience

I went to the Jungle Maya Park last week. Our tour guide Luis Juarez was extremely helpful and knowledgeable about all the questions I had. Initially, I was scared of ziplining, but I had a lot of fun at the end. Snorkeling at the cenote...More

Thank hellokh6
AlltournativeMexico, Director de Relaciones Públicas at Alltournative Lifetime Experiences, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Hi there, thanks a lot for your comments! Actually we have an organic mosquito repellent, you should try it the next time. It's free and you could ask for it to your guide 😉 We are so glad you had a great time with us....More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Jungle Maya with Jose

This tour has it all! They started our day by picking us up at our hotel; waited for our group and took us to Jungle Maya. This place has it all - snorkeling, zip lines (back, front, etc.), Cenotes, buffet lunch. Our driver, Alejandro Martinez,...More

Thank Rebecca M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Best Tour

5 stars is not enough, this tour is 10 stars, The zipline, repeling, and swiming was just perfect. This was my wife and I first time doing something like this. We could not have asked for a better guide, Ismal our guide whet above and...More

Thank Derek M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Incredible caves

My husband and I went on the Jungle Maya adventure which included ziplining, swimming, repelling, an open SUV ride, Mayan ritual, and snorkeling. Our guide, Eli, was AMAZING. He picked us up from our resort and stayed with us the whole day. He gave great...More

Thank Stephanie P
Reviewed 5 July 2018
Jungle Maya

Excellent excursion with an excellent guide, Grecia! Cenote rappelling, underground river snorkeling, zip lining with one water landing, cave swimming, Mayan ritual, jungle walk, and top it off with a traditional Mayan meal. Adventure packed day! Will definitely go there again on our next trip...More

Thank dblknf
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