Xel-Ha is a unique park. At the mouth of the lagoon is the floating bridge, which gives jungle access while easing the impact of the park on the environment. Cross the bridge to visit the cenotes and the Mayan Cave. Jump into the river from a rope or top of a cliff and refresh yourself in the cool and crystalline waters of the Xel-Ha Cenotes.
Nature is the top attraction here at Xel-Ha, with creeks, rivers, cenotes, caves, a turtle camp, aviary, nursery and more.There are plenty of water sports to enjoy from scuba and snorkeling to swimming with dolphins.
If you are looking for a little more relaxing way to enjoy your day, take a stroll through the jungle paths, visit the cenotes and caves, wander down to the beach and listen to the waves crashing on the rocks or indulge yourself and take full advantage of the spa.
There are also several wonderful restaurants and shops. Be sure to come early and make a day of it. You won't be disappointed.
Xel-Ha is located on the ocean side of Highway 307 south of Akumal and north of Tulum.
Check out photos from a tour to Xel-Ha.
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