The only way to relax is filling your vacation with adventures like soaring through the jungle on ziplines, snorkeling with whale sharks, romping the jungle in Hummer, floating along an underground river, & diving to a breathtaking underwater museum.
Not only are Riviera Maya vacations all about savoring a relaxing escape in paradise, they’re also an ideal opportunity to enjoy adventures you might not otherwise indulge. How can you really relax if you haven’t spent a few hours snorkeling with whale sharks, diving in shipwrecks, zipping through the tropical jungle on a speedboat, or floating along on an underground river? Truth is, the more you get your pulse pounding on Cancún extreme tours, the more it will slow down the next time you peace-out on the beach or by the pool. Here are a few of our favorites to help you plan your own:
Swim Alongside the Largest Fish in the World
Nothing puts things in perspective quite like Whale Shark Snorkeling with the experienced guides at Scuba Cancún. Now through September, you can dive into the Caribbean with these massive, friendly creatures. How do they top 30 feet long eating only plankton? They eat it by the ton, and bear no threat to humans.Explore the Jungle By Land or Sea
Numerous local tour providers offer land and sea tours of the tropical jungle in Riviera Maya. To captain your own speedboat through the mangroves, book a Cancún Adventure Jungle Tour, complete with over an hour of snorkeling. If you prefer to romp in the mud, contact Hummer Jungle Tours to plan your rain forest trek through Mayan ruins, animal encounters, cenote swimming, ziplines, ATV trail riding, and lunch by the beach.The All-in-One Fun of Xplor Park
For thrill-seekers who want to do it all, head to Xplor Park. Your admission grants access to 14 of the Riviera’s highest ziplines, amphibious vehicles, and underground rivers lined with otherworldly rock formations sure to take your breath away.Unparalleled Scuba Diving
Tours of the hundreds of magical sunken statues that make up the artificial reef of Cancún Underwater Museum (MUSA), the second largest coral reef in the world, and local shipwrecks are available from the trusted local divers at Scuba Diving Cancún.