Calling all adrenaline junkies! Are you ready to go ziplining in Tulum? This is one of our very best Tulum tours and one of the coolest things to do in Tulum. You will love this cenote with zipline tour! There is no need to do an ATV Tulum rental, because this fantastic excursion has it all and is one of the best Tulum ATV tours available, with a dip in the mystical waters of a cenote, a Tulum zipline, and more. First, hop onto single or double ATVs and drive into the rainforest jungle to four zip lines, one of which is the longest in the Riviera Maya and a super fun one that lands in the water. Time to soar above the jungle canopy and get that blood pumping!
Next, we will take our ATVs further into the jungle to one of the best cenotes in Tulum – a water-filled sinkhole straight out of Lara Croft with crystal-clear waters. Jump in among the dangling vines and centuries-old rock formations to discover an intoxicating underground adventure. Your knowledgeable guide will show you hidden places and how to play games in the shifting shafts of light.
Last but not least, climb back on your ATV to head to another special spot, where you’ll rappel down the roots of one of the Earth’s oldest trees. There’s just nothing like connecting with nature! To conclude this adventurous day, we will participate in a traditional Mayan ceremony in Maya Language and have a tasty Mexican snack.
Pick up & Drop off times are according to your hotel distance.
(The starting time can vary per minutes, we confirm it one day before your trip)
Recomiendo la Excursion!
Excelente atención por parte de David! Muy buena experiencia en cuatrimoto por la selva, tirolesas, pequeña ceremonia maya y un xenote increíble! Recomiendo la excursión!
Amazing experience. Very safe and very professional.
We enjoyed our activity, our guide Jose was very good. He explained everything, and made sure we understood everything for our safety! I would recommend
Familly Had a Great Time
David hooked us up. Family had a great time. We really loved the zip-lines and the Cenote tour from Jose Cruz. Food at the end was a great way to cap it off.