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Shore Excursions Xrail Adventure To Jade Cavern Private Vehicle

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San Miguel de Cozumel, Mexico

From $300.00 per group (up to 4)

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icon3 hours 30 minutes  (Approx.)
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iconOffered in: English and 1 more
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Overview

This off-roading adventure takes you deep into the heart of the Yucatan jungle via all-terrain vehicles. Climb in the ATV, which seats four, and take rugged trails to the Jade Caverns, a diverse ecosystem featuring a cenote with stalactite formations surrounded by tropical plants. Relax, swim, or simply take in the nature’s handiwork before another thrilling ride back to town.
  • 3.5-hour ATV excursion
  • Professional tour guide
  • Good for thrill-seekers and nature enthusiasts
  • Entrance fee to Jade Caverns included
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Round trip transportation from meeting point
Bottled water
Helmets, bandanas, and goggles
Professional guide
Life vest at the Jade cavern
Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
Gratuities
Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
Bug Spray
Biodegrable sunscreen
Lockers and shoes rental (optional)

Departure Point

1: Terminal de Cruceros Punta Langosta Cozumel, Av. Rafael E. Melgar x 7 y 11 av, Centro, 77600 San Miguel de Cozumel, Q.R., Mexico
2: Av. Rafael E. Melgar 1, 77600 Q.R., Mexico
3: Av. Rafael E. Melgar 1, 77600 Q.R., Mexico
4: Av. Rafael E. Melgar 1, 77600 Q.R., Mexico

Return Details

Returns to original departure point
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Prohibited the use of sunblock, suntan lotion, and insect repellent inside the park
  • For safety reasons no cameras are allowed in the tour.
  • All participants under the age of 18 that want to drive the vehicles must be accompanied by a legal guardian or parent and produce a valid driver’s license or permit.
  • In case of misusage of equipment that could lead to damage there might be damage compensatory fees.
  • Guests under any of the following illness/medical conditions are not allowed to participate: pregnancy, asthma, heart disease, diabetes, epilepsy, respiratory conditions, blood pressure conditions, back/neck injuries, medicated/taking antidepressants, lithium, beta-blockers or base (vein) constrictors.
  • Maximum weight per person for the XRAIL is 250 LB (113 KG).
  • Minimum age to drive while presenting a valid driver's license or permit at the day of the tour, is 16 years old.
  • Minimum age for passengers is 8 years old.
  • No maximum age to participate.
  • Closed toe shoes are mandatory.
  • There is a zero tolerance policy for drivers under the influence of any substance.
  • First time XRAIL drivers might have difficulty controlling the XRAIL at first. A video lesson will be displayed and an escort guide is provided to give them close attention.
  • There is ZERO tolerance for reckless driving that can put any of the guests at risk. Wild Tours, or its tour guides reserve full right to stop the tour/excursion for the guest at any stage of the tour in case of reckless driving with no previous notice or any monetary compensation for not completing the tour/excursion. Further more the guest is fully responsible for any damage caused to the XRAIL due to reckless driving or inappropriate negligence on his/her behalf.
  • This excursion is not available for guest in wheelchair or guest with walking difficulties.
  • All participants must be: in good health and self-sufficient.
  • Participants must comply with all of the instructions given by the guide.
  • Participants under 18 years old must be accompanied, directly supervised and cared for by a responsible Companion, Parent (s)-or Legal Guardian at all times.
  • ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST SIGN A WAIVER.
  • All vehicles are 4-seater. Private Vehicle (with a capacity up to 4 guests per unit)
  • Near public transportation
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • This tour is not allowed for people under the influence of alcohol, drugs (including prescription medications), pregnant and nursing women, guests with medical conditions such as back, neck, joint or muscular injuries, heart conditions, surgeries or people affected by some kind of permanent sequelae after a trauma in terms of sensibility, vision, and/or physical appearance , (tour operator on-site will be taken into consideration all restrictions mentioned in the final assessment to allowed or denied the participation on the tour).
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • This excursion is not available for guest in wheelchair or guest with walking difficulties. medical conditions are not allowed to participate: pregnancy, asthma, heart disease, epilepsy, respiratory conditions, blood pressure conditions, medicated/taking antidepressants, lithium, beta-blockers or base (vein) constrictors, anxiety attacks and panic attacks.
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers
  • OPERATED BY Wild Tours

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Learn more about cancellations.

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
What is the social distancing policy during Shore Excursions Xrail Adventure To Jade Cavern Private Vehicle?
A:
The policy on social distancing is:

  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
See all safety measures taken by Shore Excursions Xrail Adventure To Jade Cavern Private Vehicle.
Q:
What is the maximum group size during Shore Excursions Xrail Adventure To Jade Cavern Private Vehicle?
A:
This activity will have a maximum of 40 travelers.

See all safety measures taken by Shore Excursions Xrail Adventure To Jade Cavern Private Vehicle.

Traveler Tips


  • "There is an outdoor shower but definitely bring something to change into." See review

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Meh
Ok123
, Mar 2020
Dune Buggy’s Too slow, boring for pre-teen kids. Leary to go in Watering hole for swimming. Water not clear and bats hanging around.
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Not long enough
Vacationmom
, Feb 2020
The directions on how to get to the company from the ship Viator provided were vague and confusing. We had to stop twice to get directions once from inside the port and once outside which started the excursion off stressful. Next, when we booked the excursion with Viator they asked us for our dates of birth and weights which my party of 12 provided and we got confirmations for the excursion. Unfortunately when we got to the port we ran into and issue with one person in our party being able to go on the excursion because they said 70 was the maximum age even though he was younger then 70 and another person not in our group was over 70 and they said there was never questioned about being to old to go on the trip. The man at the desk was nice and trying to be helpful. This was all very unnecessary and I'm not sure if it was a screw up on Viators part or the excursions part but it added alot of unnecessary stress to an already stressful morning. Then we had a party of 12 the taxi was big enough for 12 but they split us 10 and 2 with 2 going into a seperate taxi with 4 others. It wasn't a big deal but it made the mother of the 2 girls that were placed in the other taxi uncomfortable. Once we got to the site we were met by Fransico and Victor who were the 2 best parts of the excursion. They were wonderful kind guides and are assets to that company. They told us right away that there had been no rain for a month so don't expect the experience on the safety video we were going to see. I kind of knew that going into it. I think it would have been alot more fun with the mud puddles but I know they can't control the weather and I wouldn't hold that against them. They have lockers available to rent for 5 dollars and go pro helmet for $8 and go pro and helmet for 29.99. Be careful if you use the go pro because the dust completely covered our lens so some of the footage is blank. Just keep on wiping it when you stop. They took a lot of pictures of our group which were pricey 59 dollars but looking back we should have all chipped in to buy them. The ride was maybe 30 minutes to the cenote. It was bumpy but trust me nothing that is going to break you. The seats really absorb the bump and you are traveling in a line on a trail so you can't go that fast. We were at the cenote for about 20 minutes or so. Only a small handful of us went in but I'm glad I did. Victor and Fransico were great about explaining the smell and the benefits of the cenote. It made me comfortable to jump in even though I was afraid of bats. They provided life preservers which was great. On the way back it was another 30 minutes or less on the trail. Its level driving with some turns and uneven terrain which added the bumps but no hills to make it more exciting. If you intend to drive you must have your license. Only 2 people can drive one going one going back. This disappointed some of our group that had 4 adult drivers in the car. On the way back there were ATVS heading down to the cavern which I thought was a little tight. I did ATVs in Curaco last year and I honestly enjoyed them alot more. I found them more exciting but thats just my opinion. The cars fit four and are automatic. After it was over they had a tequila tasting which alot of my group enjoyed. They put a tip jar out for well deserved tips. Again Fransico and Victor were wonderful. On the way back to port it was stressful because my party of 12 got into one taxi with plenty of space however we were told two had to get out and go in the other taxi which there was no need for. We almost got separated as one van went to the port and the other was going back to our drop off. Thank goodness one person in our party noticed this and our driver quickly made a u turn or else that would have been a disaster. Overall I'm glad we did this excursion it was way to short but it was something that looked fun and overall it was. Again the mud would have made it much more thrilling. Even with no mud it took us four washes of shampoo to get the caked on dust out of our hair. There is an outdoor shower but definitely bring something to change into. We wore closed toe shoes. The cenote was cool so give it a try. The bats freaked me out but they dont bother you. I really think they should add a beach stop or something extra to this excursion after it's over it's to quick and only about a 1.5 half at the actual site and less then a hour of actual drive time. They provide water bottles also. Our group ranged from ages 11 to 68 and none of us found it to be rough on our bodies or to cause any pain. It's something to try once but I don't think I would want to do it again.
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Mostly worth the money
vincegpking
, Feb 2020
After looking at multiple buggy excursions that were significantly cheaper, we opted to pay the substantial difference for this one. The buggys were in good condition and we had no mechanical problems. The seats were actually quite comfortable lol. When you get to the cenote there is a bathroom, but they charge you $1.00 to use it. It's only a dollar but gimme a break. Lol the path was very dry with very minimal mud spots which resulted in high levels of dust. It wouldve been cool if they had someone filling the holes with water during these times. The cheaper ones also offered lunch, which this one didnt. Honestly it was as much worth the price as it wasnt. I'm glad we had no issues, but we didnt get even a little muddy, they didnt offer lunch, and being charged to use a bathroom is just stupid, especially after charging 3x as much for less of an experience. I would do it again, only if I knew the trail was actually muddy.
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