Roar along jungle trails aboard an ATV inside Native’s Park, one of Playa del Carmen’s newer attractions. Inside this adventure park that doubles as a nature reserve, discover ancient Maya ruins, swim in a cenote, and enter a cave with beautiful rock formations. At a small ranch, meet one of Playa del Carmen’s first settlers and participate in a Maya ceremony.
Currently, our archaeological sites remain temporarily closed for an unspecified time, meanwhile adaptations are taking place for the new health and safety measures procured by our authorities. We all are looking forward to this reopening. In the event of acquiring the activity in conjunction with an archaeological site and this should continue to be closed by the time of your visit. We will be able to carry out the rest of the activity and the cost of the visit to the archaeological zone will be reimbursed.
All necessary equipment
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Lunch (chicken or pork burrito)
Use of lockers
What's Not Included
CHILD: Age: 6 - 12
ADULT: Age: 13 - 99
Face masks provided for travellers
Gear/equipment sanitised between use
Hand sanitiser available to travellers and staff
It is recommended that you wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring a swimsuit and biodegradable sunscreen
Not recommended for pregnant travelers
Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
Regularly sanitised high-traffic areas
Temperature checks for travellers upon arrival
Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
- Sanitizing Footbath Mat.
- We have IMSS * certifications on sanitation procedures.
* (Institution with a greater presence in health care and social protection for Mexicans.)
Face masks required for travellers in public areas
Guides required to regularly wash hands
Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap
Minimum age is 18 years
Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
Regular temperature checks for staff
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Transportation vehicles regularly sanitised
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
What To Expect
Pick-up at hotels of Cancún depends on the location and shift.
Schedules available for the Emotions Native Park: 11:30 am or 3:00 pm
Admission Ticket Free
Arrival at Emotions Native Park, here you will receive a full equipment and safety briefing.
-ATV'S Ride: Go through jungle paths for an hour feeling the adrenaline and enjoying the beauty of the jungle in a spectacular suspension bridge.
-Casa de los Sueños: You will surround in your vehicle the Casa de los Sueños, one the first houses built in Playa del Carmen.
-Maya Vestiges and Maya Ceremony: Participate in an authentic ceremony of blessings carried out by a maya shaman and scented by copal.
Cenote Ixhel: Here we teach you the formation of cenotes and some formations by water filtration.
Ziplines: Fly above the mayan jungle like Superman, you will love our 3 zip lines.
Cenote swim: Enjoy the crystal-clear waters of Media Luna cenote.
Snack: Enjoy our menu: chayitas corn, empanadas, maya lasagna, salad and maya-style chicken burritos.
Admission Ticket Free
This was an amazing trip and well...
Lynda S, 25-04-2017
This was an amazing trip and well worth the money. It happened to rain the whole day but we still had a great time. We loved that it was adult only and private group of 10. There was no waiting around for large groups to do things. The ATV ride was long and they actually let you drive along at a good pace so if your not new to ATV'ing it was never boring. We had one newbie in our group and they were great about accommodating different skill levels. Ziplines were high and long. Best ones we've done. Cenote was beautiful even in the rain. Staff were all super friendly. Only suggestions would be to offer the opportunity to buy a cold beer after the trip. Only soda was available. Also the pictures were amazing little annoying how many they took. They were ridiculously overpriced but no one that we saw bought them. If they were even a little cheaper I think we all would have bought them. Cool Mayan ceremony but minimal Mayan ruins. We saw basically one cave which was super cool and wasn't my main reason for the trip, but if that is your main focus I would suggest Tulum ruins tour instead. We had a delicious authentic Mexican lunch at the end of the trip. I would definitely do this again! Our guide was Nahda ? spelling and she was the best!!
Espectacular tour....Muy bien...
Adriana Z, 11-08-2015
Espectacular tour....Muy bien organizado y planeado,, todo a tiempo.
Los guias muy competentes, El chaman y su ritual muy interesante.
El guia Josh con mucho conocimiento del area y la geologia del terreno,,los otros 2 guias aunq no recuerdo sus nombres muy amables.
Mi unica recomendacion es q pongan senales en el camino,, ya q el recorrido en las motos es muy rapido y me quede atras , me perdi en la jungla pero el guia me busco , no sabia cual camino tomar cuando estaba sola en la moto..asi que perderme en la jungla no era divertido ..
En general un viaje muy placentero, el snack delicioso.
El guia de Playa del Carmen muy amable su nombre es Giovanny, nos guio y nos explico todo lo relacionado con Playa del Carmen , su 5ta Avenida y demas, nos recogio y dejo en el Hotel a las horas acordadas y fue muy gracioso en el viaje , bastante divertido.
Excelente tour,, lo recomiendo 100.
Was fun. There was a bit of waiting...
Cheryl M, 07-10-2015
Was fun. There was a bit of waiting around but all the staff were very friendly, I enjoyed the last part also just kicking back and having a drink and a snack looking out over the water
Not worth the money …
Renee M, 01-09-2022
Not worth the money spent …don’t spend over 50 dollars seriously…The staff and tour guide wonderful absolutely beautiful people …Three lines only for zip line you can two the second or third one over .. wasn’t much to them at all …the cave is the best thing there had fun there …the bat cave interesting…the food good but more like an appetizer at best not much to it at all you will leave hungry …the ATV ‘s would of been awesome if the entire roads weren’t bumpy you didn’t have a smooth ride at all so you didn’t get a chance to let loose a lil bit and if your on the back I feel sorry for you…single rider is best …overall I wouldn’t do it again even if it was free….The absolute truth…I’m not trying to be discouraging just telling my point of view….
This excursion was okay. The Mayan...
This excursion was okay. The Mayan ceremony was nice but we did not receive an amulet. Unfortunately, one of the vehicles broke down on the trail but the guide added 15 minutes in addition to the time of the tour for the inconvenience. The cenote water was very cold and the swim was a bit short which was kinda disappointing. Casa de la Abuela was closed off due to reconstruction, wish we could have seen it. The food at the end was amazing best food I had in Mexico. Overall, it was a fun experience for the ATV portion. I recommend taking your own camera though because the photos are not worth purchasing 2 out of maybe 20 photos will come out good.
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