Mexico is widely known for its cultural and traditional diversity. But it also has a lot to offer in terms of beautiful landscapes and hidden islands and spots that are to die for. Mexico is also flourishing its tourism industry and rightly so, as it has plenty to offer to its tourists.
Xel-Há Park is an ecotourism development, maintained for tourism purposes. Practice snorkeling and see hundreds of colorful fish and enjoy other attractions here at this park. Here you can enjoy water activities, ecological attractions, and beautiful scenery while you relax in a hammock. Visit as close to the opening time so you could enjoy everything Xel-Ha offers
Activities of Xel-Há
Plan your vacations doing things that you would love during your stay at Xel-Há eco-park. Here is a small list;
* Snorkeling—Xel-Há’s main attraction for its visitors is the naturally clear Rivera Maya. Also called natural aquarium with over 90 underwater species.
* Xel-Há Cave—At Xel-Ha, you’ll have the chance to experience the Mayan Cava, which is a closed cenote. No words in the world can describe the feeling one gets after swimming in the mystical bodies of Freshwater in Mayan Caves.
* Zip lining—a short zip line course can be taken on either from the river itself or from the garden paths. Feel the breeze in your face as you fly from the platform down into the cool, crystalline waters of the Xel-Ha River.
* Jungle Trails—You’ll have the chance to see a variety of wildlife, enjoy the local plant species, and read the numerous stone-carved inscriptions that can be found all along the trails.
Xel-Há provides an all-around experience for the whole family. Where kids can enjoy numerous water activities, adults can relax and appreciate the scenery of the place.
Admire from up above all the luster of a hidden wonder and descend on a waterslide into a cenote at the Scenic Lighthouse. Through the lighthouse, discover Xel-Ha and witness the greenery of the Mayan jungle.
And you might want to take the spiral water slide on your way down from the lighthouse into the crystal clear waters.
This activity allows you to fly through the jungle from a height of 22-feet, passing by cenotes and bat caves. If you’re lucky, you’ll see different animals and birds in their natural habitat.