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Xcaret Eco Theme Park

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Chetumal-Puerto Juarez Federal Highway, Km. 282, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
+52 998 883 3143
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USD 129.00*
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Xcaret Day Trip from Cancun
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USD 119.00*
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Xcaret Day Trip from Playa del Carmen
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USD 218.99*
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Xcaret (pronounced eesh - carette )is a must-see destination while visiting Cancun and Riviera Maya, situated only 37 miles from Cancun International. Xcaret," Mexico ’s sacred paradise" was opened in December 1990 as an eco-archeological park where visitors from all over the world can enjoy the splendor of Mexico’s biodiversity and cultural heritage. Attractions: Underground Rivers, Beach, lagoon & pools, Tropical Jungle Trail, Rotating Scenic Tower.
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  • Very good21%
  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“underground river” (1,571 reviews)
“sea trek” (431 reviews)
“horse show” (265 reviews)
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Hours Today: 08:30 - 21:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
Chetumal-Puerto Juarez Federal Highway, Km. 282, Playa del Carmen 77710, Mexico
+52 998 883 3143
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

If you like water parks and exploring this is definitely the park for you. We really enjoyed our day here. The park is well maintained and beautiful. It was not overpacked and the food was decently priced for being a theme park. We really enjoyed...More

Thank Monsmiles77
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Booked dolphin swim here and it was fantastic my son loved it, got his own dolphin. The park is beautiful but not well sign posted easily get lost. Have to pay slot extras to get use of all the facilities. We only got cave swim,...More

Thank Colleen Mccaffe... M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The park was crowded and it was no fun to do the river swims - little kids crying, old people almost drawing, you name it... Too expensive for the experiences you can do. There are great natural beaches and cenotes, so I found no need...More

Thank IsabelTomas
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Brilliant day. Lots to do for all ages. Defiately recommend the swimming in the underground caves. Great show in the evening, we will definitely be back for round 2 next year.

Thank nessaoo7oo7
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Go you will love it do as much or as little as you want the caves are great water anazing come back here everytime im in mexico

Thank lorraine h
Reviewed 2 days ago

My husband and I stayed at the hotel connected to this park called Occidental and purchased the unlimited pass for our entire stay. We are extremely happy with our choice. We love the water and this Eco park has 3 underground rivers to explore. Recommended:...More

Thank fancypants524
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

It is like going to Disneyland, sea world, and a zoo all in one. It is a long, expensive, amazing, once in a lifetime experience. We swam with sharks, swam with dolphins, fish therapy, saw jagurs with pumas, butterflies, tons of birds. And the show!...More

Thank alyssanono
Reviewed 4 days ago

This park is just amazing and worth every penny. From the Aviary, to the Butterflys, to the Hammock Haven by the beach to the coral reef to the AMAZING underground rivers that you can swim in... I can't say too much about this amazing park....More

1  Thank Irene C
Reviewed 5 days ago

This is a big place with so much thing to do, even though we could do a lot of stuff in just one day. We paid the entrance that includes lunch, which it was awesome BTW, they have different restaurants for different tastes. We went...More

Thank Lina J
Reviewed 5 days ago

There are three lazy rivers you can swim in. We have done Maya river, it was not that lazy but it was challenging as we are not swimmers. We sense of achievement was great. You need at least 2 to 3 days to do justice...More

Thank prasad507
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