TOUR Xel-ha

More than an adventure, new culture

  • Only Transportation

    What include?
    • A/ C transportation in a private van
    • Groups from 1 to 10 pax capacity
    • travel insurance
    • all taxes
    • Spacious Vehicle for passengers & luggage
    • Price Per vehicle
    • Door to Door service in Cancun & Riviera Maya
  • What include?
    • A/ C roundtrip transportation
    • Entrance to the park
    • All meals and drinks
    • Towels
    • Lockers
    • Snorkeling bear

    With the All Inclusive Meal Plan you can enjoy the following restaurants with no extra cost:
    Chulavista Restaurant (International buffet), opens at 9:30 a.m.
    Jardin Corona Restaurant (Grill cuisine), opens at 12:00 noon
    Jardin Corona Bar, opens at 12:00 noon
    La Cocina de Puebla (Puebla buffet), opens at 12:00 noon
    Mexico Lindo (International cuisine), opens at 12:00 noon
    La Terraza (fast food buffet), opens at 12:00 noon

    A domestic open bar is also included in all the restaurants and bars mentioned. All restaurants and bars are open until the park closes.

Xelha (Spanish: Xelhá; Yucatec Maya: Xel-Há) is an archaeological site of the Maya civilization from pre-Columbian Mesoamerica, located on the eastern coastline of the Yucatán Peninsula, in the present-day state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. The etymology of the site's name comes from Yukatek Maya, combining the roots xel ("spring") and ha' ("water").

The park is centered around the natural inlet and lagoon, which is promoted as one of the main attractions of the park that forms with the flow of the river through rocks mixing salty waters with fresh underground water currents.

The inlet of Xel-Há is a natural aquarium where hundreds of species inhabit; such as tropical fish and an abundant flora. In the park there is also a turtle reserve, where research is constantly carried out to learn more about marine life and contribute with the ecological maintenance of the area.

A shark fence extends across the lagoon's entrance, and the public is permitted to swim and snorkel in the lagoon. Underwater the limestone has been eroded into a myriad of small caves and grottos.

A variety of aquatic-based activities are offered by the theme park, including snorkelling, scuba diving, and swimming with dolphins.

RECOMENDATIONS: Swimwear, Comfortable clothes, sun block, sunglasses, insect repellent, camera or underwater camera and extra money for souvenirs.

NOTE: Picture I.D., room key or $20.00 US dollars are needed as deposit for towels, lockers and snorkeling gear.

IMPORTANT: Children under 5, FREE admission. Children ages 5-11 get 50% off adult ticket price. Must show ID at the Park's ticket office.