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Beginners Mountain Biking Mayan Jungle Tour and Cenote Swimming

Highlights
  • Pedal your way through the Mayan jungle on a guided mountain bike tour

  • See unique wildlife like coatis, turtles, parrots, and a variety of other birds

  • Let the adrenaline flow with downhills and relax with roadside assistance

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Beginners Mountain Biking Mayan Jungle Tour and Cenote Swimming
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Beginners Mountain Biking Mayan Jungle Tour and Cenote Swimming
From US$46.00
Overview

Explore the Mayan jungle on a half-day mountain bike excursion. After a quick safety and equipment briefing, strap on a helmet, and hit the trails with a professional guide. Get your thrills on downhill rides, watch for wildlife like coatis, deer, turtles, parrots, and toucans, and stop at a natural sinkhole along the way for a refreshing swim.

What to Expect

The tour starts at the meeting point at the entrance of Rio Secreto on Highway Chetumal-Puerto Juarez in front of the police checkpoint. Once you are with your group, the team will give a safety briefing and an explanation of the area, how to properly use the equipment and some tips to make your journey fun and enjoyable. You'll also learn the bike language signs that you will be using to communicate with your guide along the way.

The journey begins when you arrive to the path that will take you into the jungle. You will encounter some technical roads with stones, small climb and fun downhills through the Mayan jungle. During the tour, you will make the necessary stops to re-hydrate, see how everyone is doing and/or make adjustments to the bikes. This is always making sure the group is staying together and everyone is having a great time!

During the journey you would like to have all your senses really open, as you will experience the flora and fauna of the Mayan Jungle. You will be moving through the Nature Reserve of Playa del Carmen which is home to coatis, deer, turtles and a big diversity of birds; such as, parrots, toucans, seagulls, to name a few.

Half way through the journey, you will stop by a Cenote (fresh water sinkhole) to have a swim, cool off and take some photos. Then, you'll bike back to the meeting point where the tour ends. 

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Reviews (7)
1 - 5 of 7 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
So glad I did this! Highly recommend!

Willy was a fantastic guide, super nice, and a total bike pro! It rained a bit at the beginning but we escaped into a cave which was really interesting to see! Did some fun trails with a good amount of downhill and only a few...More

Thank miss_mme
Reviewed 13 June 2018
Fun, Unique Tour!

This is a great activity that's just a little out of the norm. The bike ride on privately owned dirt roads, and a bit of jungle trail, takes you to a lovely secluded Cenote where you can jump off the dock and high rocks into...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank Sarah R
Reviewed 4 May 2018
Truly a Great Jungle Experience

Our guide Willy provided us with a memorable day. We rode for around 30 kilometres on all kinds of trails from flat to jungle single track trails. Our stops and swim in the Cenotes was probably our highlight. Willy has done numerous triathlons so he...More

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Callan-Wayne1953
Reviewed 11 March 2018
Very fun ride

This has probably been one of my favorite tours in Playa for me so far. The guides were all friendly, speak english, and are trying to have fun during the entire tour. We got to ride through the jungle on a beautiful day, on great...More

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank Slavenko M
Reviewed 7 March 2018
Amazing morning cycling through the jungle

I highly recommend this tour, Willy is a great guy, he was waiting for me when I arrived even though I was early. The tour was 17 miles over various terrains with a couple of stops where I was told about the underground rivers and...More

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank Micklad53
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