Get ready for Fun!!!
ATV Adventure to Jade Caverns
Hope on your ATV for a great hands-on adventure exploring treasures within heart of Cozumel’s Jungle on an approx. 1 hour actual off road ride. The trails surrounding the Mayan village of Cedral will lead you to the exotic Jade cenote where you can swim and admire its stalactite decorations. Continue the fun as you drive through an ancient Mayan Coral Cave to get a glimpse of the ancient Mayan habitat. It’s a wild ride so be prepared to get dirty.
Bottled water is served at the different tour stops. At the tour reception there are lockers, and closed toe sandals for rent. Mosquito repellent (important for the rainy season through May August), souvenirs, tshirts you can dirty, your tour photos and sodas are available for you to purchase.
● 1 hour of pure hands-on off road drive (not including tour stops)
● An exclusive visit to the exotic cenote of Jade
● Approx 10 miles of wide trails within Cedral jungle reserve
● Our Honda & Yamaha ATV’s are 2014 2016 model, easy to operate.
● Drive through coral caves
● Fully escorted by bilingual tour guides to fully assist first time drivers and
● Round trip transportation to and from the tour pick up location.
Monday to Sunday 08:30, 10:30, 12:30, 14:30 (Meeting time 30 minutes earlier)
Price per ATV
● Minimum age is 16 years to drive (presenting a valid driver’s license)
● Children must be 8 yrs old / 4 feet tall.
● All driver’s must present a valid driver’s license at the day of the tour.
● All guests need to have closed toe shoes or sandals to participate.
● Guests with respiratory or asthma conditions can not participate in the snorkel.
● Maximum weight is 360 lbs per person.
● Pregnant women (8 weeks), and guests with back/neck injuries, or heart conditions can not
participate on the excursion.
For Passengers arriving to Puerta Maya pier –
You have a 2-3 minute walk from the main exit of the pier area to the Royal-Village Shopping Center where the Hard Rock Cafe is located, an approx .2 miles towards the direction of downtown Cozumel.
For Passengers arriving to the International pier –
Walk towards the exit of the terminal building and simply cross the street to arrive to the Hard Rock Cafe.
For Passengers arriving to the Punta Langosta pier at down town –
Please take a short taxi ride from the exit of the pier to the Royal-Village Shopping Center, a 5-7 minutes taxi ride.
A Wild Tours representative will be waiting for you in uniform at the Entrance of the Hard Rock Cafe holding a sign. From there we will depart by Vans to your tours’ starting point.
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Due to the fact that your safety is our number one priority we constantly remind our guests that this is an Off-road activity and as such there are inherent risks involved and also that the terrain is very rugged. Due to such risks we follow and imply the following restrictions Minimum age to participate in this tour is 16yrs old with a valid Driver’s License. Must bring closed toe shoes and clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. Anybody that has had any alcohol before the tour will not be allowed to participate and will not receive any kind of refund. No pregnant women are allowed to participate. People with back, neck injuries, recent surgeries, heart conditions or epilepsy will not be allowed to participate in the tour.
Monday to Saturday 08:30, 10:30, 12:30, 14:30
We had a blast. People working there were great fun and super polite. I would recommend this to anyone !!!Awesome, Great Fun and Great Company!!!
We went today for the Xrail buggy off-road tour and the jade caverns. The meeting point was in front of margaritaville which is like 5 minutes from the port. We met Sam he was right on time or even before. We were loaded into taxis where we were taken to the main venue which is like a 20 minute drive. They will give you gloves for the driver and goggles for both and free water during the adventure.Also, bandanas and lockers are available for $2 each. Our guy was Martin or marteeeen as he likes to be called Lol. He was fun and very helpful. We had the safety briefing and went to the vehicles. Their condition was ok, and they handled pretty good. The terrain was very rough we drove for about 30 min before we reached the caverns. Almost it was the most fun I had in my whole life. Especially if you like off-roading. In the caverns they will tell you it's fresh and clear water and they will try to convince you to swim or even jump. Personally, I think that no one in his right mind would go any where near that water. The smell of sulfur was so strong and the water looked like a swamp. There were some fruit bats and harmless tilapias and small turtles. The we got back in the cars again and drove all the way back again. Again, it was so much fun. I don't think it's for elderly people, I saw a bunch of them today and they looked extremely tired afterwards. My only complain is that when you have many vehicles in the group you're subjected to delay. So, I think it would be better if the limited the group size. Also, I think the cavern part is a waste of time. Otherwise, these guys were amazing and helpful and if I ever came back to Cozumel I would do it again. Abdullah MesawaInsane off-roading experience!!!
Got home yesterday from a Royal Carribean cruise with my family. While docked in Cozumel we went snorkeling with Wild Tours in Akumal. What an awesome time we had! Looked a bit iffy walking in through a seemingly abandoned hotel property with construction going on all around. But when we got past that to the beach, it was great. The beach and water were incredible. The guides were very helpful and professional (particularly Nicholas and Fernando). We got to snorkel for 30-45 minutes. It was nice and warm but very windy and the water was very choppy. My 12 year old son is a good swimmer but was having trouble with the waves and snorkel equipment. Fernando wound up towing him around for most of the snorkeling time on his float. The water wasn't quite as crystal clear as I had hoped, quite possibly a lot to do with the wind / chop and sediment flying around. But in our time, we probably saw 12-15 sea turtles within 10 feet, a half dozen or so rays and a bunch of fish. Plenty of action to go around. No long waits for something to see. Can't say enough about how helpful the guides were and how great the snorkeling was. The lunch venue next door was terrific as well. Bathroom could use an upgrade but that was the only knock on the facility. We'll seriously consider going back directly to Akumal and on other tours with Wild Tours for our next vacation.Snorkeling with the Sea Turtles ( and more) in Akumal Bay
What a rush! My wife and I are in our late-20s and often ride ATVs through the mountains where we live in Colorado and, even for us, this was no kiddie ride through the jungle! You spend 45 minutes whipping your vehicle around corners, launching yourselves over hills, speeding recklessly over massive rocks and through humongous puddles of mud... I don't think we stopped laughing the entire time! You then take a quick dip in the gorgeous clear waters of the cavern before getting back on your vehicle. We put that poor thing through heck and had an absolutely awesome time doing it! We were weary to book the trip because of a few negative reviews, so I want to address a few of those... 1) Our group (even as hard as we drove) didn't have any vehicles break down but we did see a couple along the side of the road. After you experience the ride, you can understand why a few might break, but the staff does an excellent job of either fixing them on site or getting another vehicle out to you. It's just natural after all that these things go through, that some would eventually give out. 2) The vehicles definitely do not have any power steering so be ready for an arm and shoulder workout, but it wasn't anything that my wife couldn't handle. 3) The staff was more than happy with us taking our own pictures in the vehicles, on the road and in the cavern. They even offered to take some for us. They did ask us to not take any of our own pictures of the animals on site, but I think that is understandable since the animals were not included in the price of the excursion. The staff tried to sell us the pictures they took of the animals, but were very kind and not-at-all pushy when we politely declined. 4) Helmets, gloves and goggles were provided free of charge. They did charge $2 for the lockers (which was standard on all excursions that we took) and $2 for bandanas (if you wanted to use them). My wife and I did not use bandanas. We definitely got mud and dirt all over our face but we did not feel like we were choking or having any time breathing. 5) Yes, you need to wear close-toed shoes and clothing that you don't mind getting dirty. I would recommend wearing water shoes, a swim suit and an old t-shirt that you can dispose of at the end of the trip. The mud and dirt do wash out, but we just took the easy approach. We have nothing but wonderful memories of this experience and would HIGHLY recommend booking it!Best Excursion of Our Cruise!!!
This was a combo excursion from our cruise ship including snorkeling at Uvas beach. We wore old clothes and shoes to ready ourselves for the mud. If you forget anything like bandanas or bug spray, they'll sell it to you. They'll even rent you a pair of closed toed crocs so you won't ruin your shoes. While we did enjoy driving the ATV's fast as we could, there was not enough mud. Only our shoes and socks were soiled. The cenote and cave were a little lame but we came for the ride. Snorkeling equipment provided at Uvas. It's okay once you get past the rocks from the beach.. . Transportation was included to El Cedral and Uvas beach and back.Not Enough Mud for the FUN ATV Ride