Had a really fun time at Emotions Native Park. We went as a family, kids aged 17 and 19. We made the reservation at our hotel the day before so we may have paid a little more, but it was well worth it. Our guide...More
Sitting on a tour bus all day can be boring. Learn about Quintana Roo’s history and geology on an active excursion that includes ziplining, swimming, and 4-wheel driving, while gaining insight into ancient Maya culture. All abilities welcome with full instruction provided by a guide, and avoid hidden costs with entrance, activities, and lunch all included in the price.
Select a departure time that suits your schedule, and meet your guide at Emotions Native Park. Receive a safety briefing, put on your gear, and set off on an all-terrain vehicle to discover the jungle.
Traverse jungle paths, cross treetop suspension bridges, and admire the park’s scenery, as you learn the site’s Maya history. See ancient ruins, experience a Maya blessing ceremony, and visit the Cenote de la Luz to know more about its geological formation. Zipline through the jungle’s heights and then dive into the Cenote Media Luna, before showering and changing in time for a Maya-inspired lunch.
At the end of your adventure, leave the park with unforgettable memories and insight into the region’s culture and geography.
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I can't say enough great things about this excursion. We booked through our resort (which I normally don't do as it's usually overpriced) but they had a special for family day and the rate was too good to pass up. Initially we wanted to only...More
We booked the tour mainly for the ATVs. The tracks were long enough and we had enough time to enjoy the drive. The best part is that, unlike other tours you don’t need a driving license here. The company has good customer service. We couldn’t...More
Amazing tour from beginning to end. Tour bus dropped us at the Gate where we met Iran and Vanya. 2 of the best tour guides I have ever had the chance to experience. Zip Lined, ATV and C Notes. Also, a mayan ceremony. I thoroughly...More