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Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park Admission Ticket

From US$21,00
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  • Skip-the-line admission tickets to Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park
  • Take your pick: fully customizable on-site activities
  • Indulge in a massage at the spa (own expense)
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Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park Admission Ticket
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Chankanaab Adventure Beach Park Admission Ticket
US$21,00
Overview

Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park is a nature reserve on the Caribbean island of Cozumel on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, famous for its underwater caves and coral-filled lagoon. With these skip-the-line admission tickets, you’ll have direct access to this Cozumel coastal haven, with options for ziplining, kayaking, diving, spa treatments, or swimming with dolphins.

What to Expect

Set the agenda for the day based on your own preferences on this fully customizable Chankanaab Beach Adventure Park visit. Skip-the-line admission tickets guarantee direct access to this Cozumel beach haven, so you can enjoy the time you saved by indulging in a few on-site activities.

Those up for adventure may choose to explore the marine life-filled nature reserve with a midair zipline ride. You can also ride the waves with a kayaking excursion, or strap on some snorkeling gear to get a firsthand peek at the Great Maya Reef, the second-largest barrier reef in the world.

Take in the interactive sea lion show, or simply wander at your leisure through scenic nature trails and botanical gardens. Archaeology buffs will enjoy the replicas of Mesoamerican artifacts. For a little pampering, arrange for a massage (own expense) at the on-site spa or lounge in an oceanfront hammock under a thatched palapa.

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Reviewed yesterday
Good way to get off of a cruise ship....BUT.....

If you are staying on-island find a day that the LEAST amount of cruises are scheduled to come in....have your concierge find out and tell you. It is a nice place that get REALLY OVER crowded with the cruise ship people. We swam with the...More

Thank Nichole C
Reviewed 3 days ago
Kids loved it!

The kids wanted to do a dolphin tour and after reviewing websites, prices, and packages, we decided on this place. We have four girls (ranging from 8-16) and then one adult had to go with them. The five of us selected the VIP package and...More

Thank merrillma
Reviewed 1 week ago
Chankanaab Park review

We went to Chankanaab for the 1st time when my son was 9 on a cruise and it was one of his favorite excursions. We went back a week ago and had a nice time as well. Here is an honest review of a person...More

1  Thank knighmare24
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Going back again

We took a taxi to the park, and paid gate admission to get in. Far more cheap then booking through the Cruise Line. Tons to do and it’s beautiful. Has a shallow beach great for kids. Its actually a beautiful cove. And it has a...More

1  Thank Scotty M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Not great, but not terrible

Water was nice and they had several things to do. Pictures were way overpriced 140 dollars and they weren't very good. A vendor onsite also sold me fake Cuban cigars and ripped me off. It's a tourist trap, but swimming with the manatees was very...More

Thank Jay H
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juanitavalder
22 July 2018|
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Response from Chris H | Reviewed this property |
I would say moderate. I don’t see a lot of elderly accessible places. The water is definitely not elderly safe due to sharp rocks and deep waters.
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Teri F
2 July 2018|
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Response from Kathy H | Reviewed this property |
Yes, I believe it was $10 per person, might have been $15.
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AnandaBeach
24 April 2018|
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Response from AnandaBeach |
Snorkeling guide
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