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Tulum Jungle Native Park

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Duración

7 hours

Cancellation

No Cancellation

Group Size

Unlimited

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Vista General

Step back into the past, and enter the heart of the Maya culture at Jungle Maya Native Park in Tulum:
After a day surrounded by the history and beauty of this place you may never view our world quite the same way again. More than 800 years ago, before Europeans set foot in the Americas, a stunning city on the hill was built facing the rising sun over the caribbean sea. The Maya people carefully constructed this city to align with key astronomical observations, to provide defense for their people and to offer an early form of navigation to mariners moving goods within the Maya empire.
Today, overlooking a turquoise sea and surrounded by 1600 acres of national park and rising on a 40 foot cliffs overlooking the sea, the walls and archeological sites of Tulum still hold the beauty, the power and the living connection to the people who first settled here those many centuries ago.
Before entering the underground river, we first seek permission as the ancient Maya did:
You will join a small group as we seek a proper blessing in the Mayan tradition through a ceremony to enter the underworld (the Cenote and underground rivers) and the Jungle. The Mayas believed that spirits lived in the jungle and underground rivers and you should ask permission before entering.
After this traditional ceremony, as you walk these ancient grounds the explosion of neon tropical colored flowers and ocean breezes will allow you to, for a moment, step back in time to walk in the footsteps of the Maya merchants, priests, warriors and mariners who made this city a jewel of the Maya civilization.
The sheer beauty of this land is only rivaled by the diversity of the ecosystems you will see:
Around you, more than 300 species of birds and animals fill the jungle with the same sounds those ancient Maya ancestors heard. Multiple bio regions contain wetlands, beaches, grasses and forest.
As you enter the Sac-Actun system, the longest underground river in the world, the color of the water will change from caribbean turquoise to midnight blue. This unspoiled natural wonder is repeatedly named as one of the top snorkeling locations by Natural Geographic for its beauty.
This place is something truly special that few people get to experience:
This place is truly something you must experience in your lifetime. It will change what you know about the past, the way you live in the present, and how you step forward into your future.
Join us and be a part of the only tour that allows you to swim at the mouth of the longest underground river, walk amongst tropical blooms and ancient archeological sites, zip line through the wilds of the jungle and engage in travel that will change your world for the better.

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • RAPPEL:
  • Descend 12 meters into the cenote and swim in the crystal clear waters of Yaxmuul.
  • REFRESH AT THE CENOTE:
  • Cool off in the clear waters of Nohoch Na Chlich, entrance to an underground river.
  • MAYA RITUAL:
  • Step into the jungle and participate in an authentic blessing ceremony.
  • ZIPLINES:
  • Fly over the trees to appreciate the landscape in zip lines, one of them aquatizes in a cenote.
  • CAVE SNORKEL:
  • Snorkel in crystal clear waters, recommended by National Geographic.
  • TULUM ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE

What you will do

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Itinerary

PICKUP AT HOTELS
Pick-up at hotels in the Riviera Maya or Cancun

TULUM
Archaeological area.

JUNGLE MAYA NATIVE PARK
All park activities

DROP OFF
Approximate arrival at the hotels of the Riviera Maya and Cancun.

Included/Excluded

  • Transportation
  • Lunch
  • Guides
  • Snorkeling equipement
  • Tulum Entance
  • Jungle Maya Native Park entrance
  • Photos
  • Souvenirs
  • $10 National Park preservation bracelet

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FAQs

Take with you
Seth of dry clothes
Comfortable footwear
Swimsuit
Cash or credit card
Biodegradable repellent and sunscreen
Restictions
Harness sizes: XSmall to Xlarge
Harness sizes at waist: 23 to 42 in
Harness sizes at thigh: up to 26 in
Maximum weight 264 lbs
Minimum age: 6 years old
Minimun height3.6 ft
Recommendations
Know how to swim is preferable.
Not recommended for people with healt problems or with any type of disability.
Only biodegradable sunscreen is allowed.
National Park preservation bracelet must be paid at the park $10.
Only "action-cams" (GoPro) strapped to the head or chest are allowed.
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