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Riviera Maya Sights

Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park

  • Carretera 307
  • Amusement Park/Water Park
  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Jungle Buggy

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Cenote

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Cenote

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Cenote Snorkeling

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Cenote Snorkeling

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Jungle Zipline

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Rappelling

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Rappelling

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Splashdown Zipline

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Splashdown Zipline

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Zip Coaster

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Zip Coaster

  • Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park, Akumal

    Hidden Worlds Mexico Jungle Buggy

Updated 03/07/2013

Fodor's Review

This park holds some of the Yucatán's most spectacular cenotes, made semi-famous by the 2002 IMAX film, Journey into Amazing Caves. You can explore these startlingly clear freshwater sinkholes, which are full of fantastic stalactites, stalagmites, and rock formations, on guided diving or snorkeling tours, or just splash into them on a zipline. To get to the cenotes, you ride in a jungle buggy through dense tropical forest from the main park entrance. You can also

ride the sky cycle, a cable bicycle that glides over the abundant Mayan rain forest. Prices start at $35 for snorkeling tours, but the all-inclusive package is a better deal at $80. Two-tank diving tours are $130. Bring natural bug spray.

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Sight Information

Address:

Carretera 307, 1.5 km (0.9 miles) south of Xel-Há, Xel-Ha, Quintana Roo, Mexico

Phone:

800-681–6755-from Mexico; 866-759–8726 Ext. 10-from U.S.

Sight Details:

  • Daily 9–5; snorkeling tours at 9, 11, 1, and 3

Updated 03/07/2013

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