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Xel-Ha Park All-Inclusive Admission Ticket
"Xel-Há is a wonderful park perfect for all nature lovers. With your all-inclusive ticket you'll be able to discover this natural wonder which has been around since 1995 and strives to be a model for sustainable tourism with its unique attractions. The name Xel-Ha comes from the Maya language which means ""where the water is born."" The park all in natural surroundings. Explore cenotes and caves go ziplining and discover the underwater world as you go swimming and snorkeling among tropical fish. You can also explore jungle trails or ride a bike as you admire unique species of flora and fauna in their natural habitat. Head to any of the four rest"""Considered one of the world’s greatest natural parks Xel-Há will give you one of the best experiences while you are visiting the Riviera Maya. Your all-inclusive ticket will allow you to discover an array of activities and have an unforgettable time. Practice snorkeling
From $89.00
 
Private Tour: Early Access to Tulum with an Archaeologist and Xel-Há or Xcaret from Playa del Carmen
"After a morning pickup from your hotel in Playa del Carmen meet your guide and hop aboard your vehicle for the 1.5-hour drive south to the walled city of Tulum. Widely considered among Mexico’s most impressive ancient ruins Tulum was one of the last cities to be inhabited by the ancient Mayan civilization.Arrive bright and early at Tulum and make the most of your chance to explore before the crowds arrive. With informative commentary from your private guide learn of the role Tulum played in Mayan civilization and hear how this ancient city once thrived as a major seaport.Climb the stone wall that encircles the city center — the largest fortified Mayan site on the Quintana Roo coast — and take in panoram and imagine the hustle and bustle of daily life here hundreds of years ago.As midday approaches hop back aboard your vehicle and enjoy a light lunch during the onward journey to either Xel-Há or Xcaret — two sites of interest that sit roughly 25 minutes away. With your private guide to lead the way
From $219.00
 
Xel-Há All-Inclusive Day Trip from Playa del Carmen
"Start your day with hotel pickup in Playa del Carmen and after a 35-minute ride arrive at Xel-Há. With your all-inclusive admission ticket enjoy a variety of activities offered at this natural aquarium situated along the Riviera Maya. Underground rivers stream out to the Caribbean Sea and form a unique set of lagoons cenotes and creeks at Xel-Há making this location an ideal spot to explore natural formations and marine life. To protect the ecology of the park please note that only biodegradable sunscreen is allowed
From $119.00

Nice park

Rivalling with its neighbour Xcaret, this park is an absolute "must see". It doesn't have so many attractions as an amusement park, but it is gorgeous as a natural park. It is a breeding area for...
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solopes
Apr 08, 2016

Visit the Interactive Aquarium...

Visit the Interactive Aquarium in the Isla Shopping Village (Hotel Zone) and swim with dolphins, or feed a shark if you prefer. There are several places to swim with dolphins including Parque Nizuc,...
marcmalano
Apr 04, 2011

Xel-Ha / Excaret decision

Been to both several times. Although Xel- Ha is very nice ( owned by the same paople ) Xcaret has 10 times more to do and see. Xel- Ha is almost entirely water activities while Xcaret has more water...
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brkilbourne
Feb 18, 2010

Snorkeling

All inclusive (all you can eat ice-cream), beautiful location tons to do. You can snorkel all over, there is a place to sit in a tube and let the current move you from one end to the other, even in...
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AshleeS
Apr 26, 2006

Heaven On Earth

Snorkeling in the main area is amazing as there are many schools of fish and turtles swimming about alongside you. It's a wildlife reserve and is very clean. If you go further up the trail, you can go...
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UneBanane
Nov 08, 2005

Xel Ha

Almost a two hour ride south of Cancun (we took a tour bus that we booked through our hotel). Natural Eco-Park with very good snorkeling!! Best spot we found was near the floating bridge. Saw a large...
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PopeyeD
Oct 16, 2005

Snorkle-Swim-Relax

Our bus drove about 15 minutes and we were in the middle of a beautiful fantansy land. There is alot to do here. We snorkled (a barracuda actually swam right past me)! Many swam with the dolphins or...
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amybrooke
Aug 16, 2005

"Where the water is born" is what Xel Ha means

Xel Ha was the second destination on our trip to Tulum and it was one of the nicest eco parks I have ever visited. It just reminds me of being trapped in the Washington Zoo, with a sense of security...
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gipper84
Jun 28, 2005

Xelha - nice nice nice for singles like me

I was stupid!I found that the all-inclusive fee is US $45.81 (Internet fee) only! in its official site! though not including transportation from and to cancun hotels.I paid USD98 in Cancun! though...
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cchiuching
May 31, 2005

Xel-Ha

The word Xel Há is a combination of Maya terms which mean " water entrance " or "where the waters are born" in reference to the geography of this place. This also wonderful park is full of things to...
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patricia28
May 27, 2005

One day is not enough!

Xel Ha (pronounced Shell-Haw) national park seems like the largest aquarium in the world, only you are in a natural environment and it is a park, with many other attractions. Swimming and snorkeling...
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gabriellefox
Feb 28, 2005

Relaxing and Enjoyable day!

This place is like a dream. We booked the trip from a vender at the side of the road who seemed pretty good. The trip was to include 3 hours at Talum (15mins from Xelha) and 4 hours at Xelha. He told...
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Ricardo79
Sep 13, 2004
 
 
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Things to Do Near Xel-Ha

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Xel-Ha

Rio de la Vida means River of Life. This is the main estuary for Xel Ha lagoon. There is a cement path way around the lagoon. At the far end from the dinning area there path leads to an arch which is...
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Akumal Beach

The beach at Akumal is beautiful but more specifically, it is the water and lack of waves. Unlike other beaches around riviera maya, Akumal has a reef or barrier just off shore. You can see in the...
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Mexico Kan Tours

I decided to take a trip around Latin America and started in Tulum, Mexico. The beach was amazing but I wanted other experiences besides sipping cocktails in the beach all day. A friend told me about...
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Tulum

Tulum is not too far from Cancun that you can't go or too close to be exagerated full. Tulum is located at a good distance 2hr drive from Cancun. THere's many ways to get there; by renting a car or...
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Ecopark Kantun Chi

Before the Grotto tour, we visited this small Cenote and swam in it, at the beggining we were quite suspicious and the water was very cold, but was a good preparation for the dive in the big cenotes...
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Beaches

The beach was horrible! I thought Playa del Carmen beach was one of the prettiest beach in Mexico, FALSE! When we got there, it was extremely dirty and smelly (I mean so smelly that it smells like a...
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Getting to Xel-Ha

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Carretera Chetumal Puerto Juárez Km 240, locales 1 & 2, módulo B, 77780 Quintana Roo, Mexico

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