Ten reasons to visit Xenotes on your vacations
Unique moments in the Mayan Jungle
Why going to Cenotes?
When planning a trip to Quintana Roo in Mexico, one of the most common problems that travelers face is having to decide which of the many activities and tours offered by the destination to take. Between Cancun and Riviera Maya, there are more than 200 cenotes open to the public, but sometimes, especially when you don’t have a car, it’s difficult to locate and access them.
Xenotes is an excellent choice for those who want to visit several cenotes in one day. We offer services such as transportation to and from your hotel, food, snorkel gear, life vest and a specialized guide who will accompany you throughout the tour.
Here we present 10 reasons (with real photos of our Explorers) to visit Xenotes in your next trip to Cancun:
1.- You are going to snorkel in an open cenote in the middle of the jungle.
2.- You’ll create memories with your family you’ll never forget, like kayaking, for example.
3.- You’ll have the chance to show your talent as a diver in a semi-open cenote.
4.- If you’re on your honeymoon, you’ll enjoy unique moments with your beloved one in a dream environment.
5.- You’ll have the opportunity to waterland in a zip line as you’d always wanted in a safe environment.
6.- In Xenotes even crashing is fun! You’ll learn how to kayak.
7.- And fly in a zip-line through beautiful freshwater canals, you decide when to let go!
8.- You’ll discover freshwater canals with amazing endemic vegetation of Quintana Roo.
9.- You’re going to walk jungle trails (if lucky, you’ll see a monkey on the way).
10. And finally, you’ll eat in a glamorous picnic with red wine and fresh baguettes in the middle of the jungle.
There are many reasons to choose to Xenotes for your next trip to Cancun and Riviera Maya. Think about your family’s comfort, safety, being accompanied by an experienced guide and particularly in fun activities you’re going to enjoy.
If you’ve visited already, what would you recommend to someone who’s traveling for the first time to Quintana Roo? Write a comment.
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