Extreme Tulum: Get your heart racing on the Tulum Xtreme tour, where you’ll zipline through the jungle, rappel down into a jungle sinkhole, and snorkel through an underground cavern. Coupled with a visit to one of Mexico's most beautiful archaeological sites and some delicious Mexican cuisine to round off your day, the Tulum Xtreme tour is an unforgettable experience for any lover of the outdoors.
Head deep into the jungle for a heart-racing experience ziplining 70 feet above the canopy. From your bird's-eye view you'll be able to spot many interesting plants and animals from a unique vantage point. Next, test your nerve as you rappel 60 feet down into a wondrous cenote. These jungle sinkholes were sacred to the ancient Mayan who recognised their tremendous beauty and used them to make rich offerings to the gods. Strap on your snorkel and explore this underground wonderland, where hidden tunnels and unusual underwater rock formations await.
Finally, wind down at the ancient Mayan ruins of Tulum, overlooking the turquoise Caribbean. This unbelievable site was one of the last cities inhabited and built by the Mayans, even surviving for 70 years after the Spanish occupation. As one of the best preserved coastal Maya sites, Tulum could be straight from an Indiana Jones film. With delicious real Mexican cuisine awaiting you at the end of your day, the Tulum Xtreme tour is an unforgettable adventure in the heart of the Mexican jungle.
Meeting/pick-up point: Hotel collection.
Duration: Approx. seven hours
Start/opening time: 8 – 9am.
End/closing time: 2.30pm.
Languages: English, Spanish, French and German.
Medical restrictions: Not suitable for people with physical disabilities or serious heart problems, or pregnant women.
Basic swimming skills and fitness required.
Min. Age: 5 years old.
Max. Weight: All participants must weigh less than 135 kg.
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