Near Tulum Xcaret

Xcaret Park, a paradise near Tulum

Xcaret is a natural park in the Riviera Maya, near Tulum. This amazing place combines ancient civilization and traditions with lots of fun. Xcaret invites you to make a tour through the Mayan culture and its magical world. It is a paradise for the whole family that you cannot miss if you are spending your holiday at this fantastic destination. With more than 40 attractions available, the park provides adventures for everyone: the lovers of swimming and snorkeling will be happy at the underground river and the beach, while explorers can walk the paths of the Mayan jungle, visit the Aquarium, the butterfly farm, the archaeological site and admire the jaguars and pumas. You can find iguanas and monkeys in freedom on a tour across the park.

You can also attend several shows throughout the day, such as the ball game and the horsemanship. Night holds the “Spectacle Xcaret by Night” at The Gran Tlachco, an enormous auditorium. Here you can enjoy the most representative pre-Hispanic rituals and dances of the Mexican Republic, among others.

Admission tickets have several options: the more afordable one includes half-day access after 4 p.m., while "Xcaret, all-inclusive" adds several services, like food and beverage, transportation and a photo pass, which includes all your pictures and of your family's at a single price. There are also special prices for children. You can check the official website of the park if you wish to obtain more details.

Food and beverage: Xcaret offers Mexican and international cuisine restaurants. You can also buy ice cream, water and soft drinks at any of the stores located throughout the park.

Services: all entries include lockers, dressing rooms, showers, sanitary services and parking. Xcaret is located in Playa del Carmen (just an hour from Tulum), at the federal highway Cancun-Tulum. The park is open 365 days a year, from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.

Their facilities and activities will bring you a unique experience that you will never forget in your visit to the Mayan Riviera.

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