Price of admission to Jungla Maya
Towels and use of showers
Biodegradable insect repellent
GoPro if you want pictures, cameras and phones not allowed
COVID-19 Health and Safety Measures
Full refund for all cancellations that are made 24 hours before the service from the start or departure. • Cancellation the day of the services or after: You will be charged a 100% cancellation fee (no refund). • If travelers miss a tour, transportation, or attraction by failing to be on time and place: No refunds will be given. •In case of force majeure, or cancellation due to inclement weather, it may be rescheduled for another time or day according to availability.
How active do I need to be to take this tour?
This tour is meant to be suitable for ages 6 and up, and all activities are optional especially at the Jungla Maya Native Park.
How far is Tulum from Cancun?
The drive from Cancun to Tulum is about 75 miles, or 118 kilometers, on Highway 307. The advantage of taking a tour to Tulum is the round-trip transportation from your accommodations. Our Tulum Ruins tour also includes lunch, bottled waters, and entry to Jungla Maya, where you’ll have access to ziplining, snorkeling, hammocks, shower facilities, and more. Plus you get to sit back and enjoy the ride!
What do I wear in Tulum?
Our weather is warm and pleasant year-round, but expect hotter temperatures in the summer. On our tours, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing, sunglasses, hats, and typically close-toed shoes for walking and exploring. We also recommend bringing water shoes and swimsuits, especially on this tour.
What is a cenote?
For us in Mexico, they are like natural swimming pools! Rain and underground rivers, such as the one that in Jungla Maya Native Park, feed these swimming holes. They are actually sinkholes that are the result of collapsed caverns. They are very much part of our history in the Yucatan, commonly used by our Mayan ancestors as a water supply.
How safe is it to rappel into a cenote?
On all of our Cancun and Riviera Maya tours that include ziplining, we work with experts in safety and equipment. Every time you take a zipline tour with Cancun Vacation Experts, you can expect safety briefings and careful attention throughout your experience.
What is Jungla Maya Native Park?
Jungla Maya is the main entrance to the the world’s longest underground river, part of the Sac-Actun system, and a true natural playground. There’s plenty to see and do for the entire family, ages 6 and up. Swim and snorkel through the Nohoch Nah Chiich cavern, rappel down the 40-foot (12-m) cenote called Yaxmuul. For those who want to get their adrenaline pumping, zipline through the stunning Mayan canopies. You’ll also experience a Mayan blessing here! All equipment and instruction is included in the price of admission. For Covid safety, staff wear masks at all times; food is packaged and prepared for individuals. Our expert tip: Bring your waterproof GoPro if you want pictures, phones and cameras are not allowed.