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Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park: Ziplining, Hanging Bridges, Rappelling and Cenotes

From US$80,00
  • Ideal for adventurous families or travelers looking to get away from lounging on the beach 
  • A great way to experience the Riviera Maya jungle 
  • Value: entrance fees, equipment, guide, and lunch are included
Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park: Ziplining, Hanging Bridges, Rappelling and Cenotes
From US$80,00
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1pm Tour
From 1pm to 5:30pm
From US$80,00
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Spend some time away from Tulum’s beach lounges and yoga studios and have a rainforest adventure. With this tour, zip-line, rappel, and swim at Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park while exploring the wildlife of the Riviera Maya jungle with a guide. This tour is ideal for children and adventurous families, or travelers looking to stay active while on vacation.
What to Expect
Make your way to Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park at your selected departure time. Upon arrival, meet your group and guide and board an all-terrain vehicle for a roughly 3-mile (4.8-kilometer) ride to the jungle zip-lining base.

After donning safety gear and going through a safety briefing, head to the zip-lines. Fly down up to nine different zip-lines and traverse five bridges hanging over the rainforest.

The next adventure is an 18-foot (5.4-meter) climbing pyramid, which you climb and rappel down. At the bottom, don a life jacket and snorkel to explore two cenotes. One cenote is notable for its cave decorated with stalactites and stalagmites, while the other is open to the air.

After swimming the cenotes, enjoy a Mayan lunch with pulled pork tacos and beer or soda. Finish your tour at the park entrance.

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1 - 5 of 114 reviews

Reviewed today via mobile
Must Do!!

My boyfriend and I really enjoyed our morning tour with Selva Maya! Raul was our guide and he was very informative, hilarious, and made us feel very comfortable. This was our first time ziplining and it was perfect! The employees do everything for you so...More

Thank Mallorie V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Super fun time, great guides. Must do!! Delish tacos and really fun zipline courses. Super easy to find and really cool cenote you get to swim in. Really glad we did this tour, tip these guys well!

1  Thank Laura G
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

A very fun adventure. Lucky for us, we were the only ones on the trip that day, so we had everything to ourselves. Best of all was swimming in the cenotes, which was the best swim ever. The guide was also very nice and professional.

Thank Clemmi_333
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Amazing ziplining and awesome cenotes - Great fun!

The cenotes were breathtakingly beautiful. They have many and varied ziplines and hanging bridges. I've done ziplining a few times but I've never had the opportunity to do it upside down. Great fun! The rock-climbing was a good challenge for our first time. The rappelling...More

Thank SimMira
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Super fun !

Very nice staff! Tacos were delicious! Cenotes were amazing !! Very fun. Definitely will recommend !!

Thank Jennifer M
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10 May 2018|
Response from Jodey K | Reviewed this property |
You can opt in/out of just about anything. They operate as a small group tour; there are two tours daily: 9am and 1pm. The tour moves from event-to-event as a group. Our group was about 8 people. The cenote swims are... More