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Explore the jungle on this guided ATV quad-bike adventure. Witness 1000 year old Mayan ruins and local flora and fauna as you travel through the heart of the dense tropical forest. A stop for a refreshing swim and snorkel at our crystal clear cenote...more
Even though it had not rained in a week, the Company brings through a watering truck every morning to ensure there is mud to splash - in. Nice length of time to ride and outdoor showers to remove the mud. Nice and friendly staff.
So much fun and easily one of the best bangs for your buck Cost $50 per person and included transport from your hotel to the jungle which took over an hour since the jungle area is near Xel Ha.
Once you get to the jungle...More
I'm not sure if this is the private company Royal Caribbean used to book our ATV tour, but the tour was great. Everyone of us had a great time on this excursion. The only downside was that we could not go as fast as we...More
We were very impressed how your safety was first and foremost the most important thing. they went over in great detail about the atv's. it was one of the best days. great swimming in the cenote Staff are great so nice and spoke great english
The trail they have put together give a great mix of jungle, open terrain, water, and jumps. It was such a blast powering through the water puddles at full speed. I went with 5 girls and we all had a great time!
THIS WAS THE BOMB.COM! This made our trip worth it and then some. The zip lining, 4 wheelers in the jungle, swimming in the sacrificial holes, and snorkeling in the caves was soooo much fun. PLEASE TAKE THIS TOUR!
Not only was this an excellent ATV ride but it was pretty impressive that every time we took a break they were showing us something about their culture. It was the trees and plants first, followed by the food with a sample. The ATV's had...More