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

  • Ideal for adventurous families or travelers looking to avoid beach crowds
  • A great way to experience the Riviera Maya jungle 
  • Good value: entrance fees, equipment, guide, and lunch included
Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park: Ziplining, Hanging Bridges, Rappelling and Cenotes
From US$80.00
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9am Tour
From 9am to 1.30pm
1pm Tour
From 1pm to 5:30pm
Spend some time away from Tulum’s beach lounges and yoga studios and have a rainforest adventure. With this tour, zipline, rappel, and swim at Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park while exploring the wildlife of the Riviera Maya jungle with a guide. Ideal for adventurous families, or travelers looking to stay active while on vacation, the tour includes a choice of departure times and a Mayan lunch for extra convenience.
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 ziplining base.

After donning safety gear and going through a safety briefing, head to the ziplines. Fly down up to nine different ziplines 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 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 118 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun time

My friend and I had an enjoyable time at Selva Maya. The guides were very personable and professional. The zip lines through the jungle were fun (not as extreme as those we've previously done along the coast in Costa Rica, but still a good time)...More

Thank Melissa S
Reviewed 4 June 2018 via mobile

Must do! We ziplined through the jungle, rock climbed, and swam in the most breathtaking underground Cenote amongst stalactites and stalagmites. I cannot day enough good things about this experience. Our guides Louis and Sergio were great and funny. We felt safe and cared-for the...More

Thank madeleinealex12
Reviewed 1 June 2018
Amazing tour!

My husband, myself and our 3 teens greatly enjoyed our afternoon here with Nazario in April 2018. The ride out to the activities is an adventure unto itself! The ziplining was fun, as was the climbing and rappelling. The cenotes here are great. The first...More

1  Thank MofromMass
Reviewed 31 May 2018 via mobile
Welcome to the Jungle!

Punctual start! 9 am and we are loaded into multiple vehicles circa 1985... more of a safarieque cart. There was no sparing speed as we bumped and bounced down a dirt and pothole filled path. Definitely keep all limbs inside as we entered the thick...More

1  Thank Kristin P
Reviewed 22 May 2018 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
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30 May 2018|
Response from JillR0514 | Reviewed this property |
There's definitely a place to watch the climbing/rappelling. I did just that. As far as the max on line bookings, I'd suggest sending them an email and asking. I think their email and phone number is on the contact us tab of... More
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