Cozumel Jungle Tour
Cozumel Island is the third largest island in Mexico (after Isla Tiburón in Sonora and Isla Ángel de la Guarda in the Sea of Cortés), as well as the second most populated island in the country (after Isla del Carmen in Campeche).
It is important from an ecological and faunistic point of view due to the large number of endemic species and subspecies that inhabit it (27 vertebrates), including the largest number of endemic island mammals (seven), including the dwarf mastofauna.
These and other biogeographical peculiarities make it the second island conservation priority in the country.
Travel through the jungle of Cozumel on this off-road vehicle tour with enough time to swim in a cenote and drive through a coral cave, all while discovering the Mayan culture.
Unlike most of the islands that make up the Greater and Lesser Antilles, most of Cozumel’s territory is preserved, as agricultural and livestock activities are restricted to small areas for family use. In addition, most of the population and tourism are concentrated in the town of San Miguel in the northern zone, so anthropic zones cover approximately 11% of the island.
The island has four Natural Protected Areas: the Arrecifes de Cozumel National Marine Park, the Laguna Colombia Flora and Fauna State Refuge (Parque Punta Sur) of which three quarters of its surface is made up of lagoon and mangrove systems, while the rest is occupied by a small portion of medium-sized jungle and beaches; the Cozumel Island Flora and Fauna Protection Area and finally the “Selvas y Humedales” State Reserve in the center of the island.
Let your senses guide you on this adventure on dirt roads surrounded by abundant nature. A lively and knowledgeable staff will take care of you while telling you fun facts about the Jade Cave Cenote.
The cenote is connected to several subway tunnels on the island. When you arrive, you can take the opportunity to swim and admire the incredible nature.
During the adventure you will discover the cave system of Coral Cove, drive through the village of El Cedral, travel along several rocky trails, swim in a cenote and cross mud holes that will test your driving skills. You will also have the opportunity to take with you some wonderful memories captured by a team of photographers throughout the trip.
The tour includes:
All entrance fees
Bottle of water
Safety equipment (helmets, goggles and bandanas)
This tour is not suitable for:
Under 10 years old
People with back problems
People with mobility problems
People in wheelchairs
People with respiratory problems
People with epilepsy
People with diabetes
Persons with hypertension
Drivers under 16 years of age
People with heart problems
Persons with pre-existing medical conditions
What to bring
Be in a state of drunkenness
Minimum age to participate is 10 years old
Minimum driving age is 16 years old
Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied and supervised by a chaperone, parent or legal guardian at all times.
People with the following diseases/medical conditions cannot participate: pregnant, asthma, heart disease, diabetes, epilepsy, respiratory disease, blood pressure problems, back/neck problems, taking antidepressants, lithium, beta-blockers or vasoconstrictors.
The maximum weight per passenger on a quad is 145 kilograms (320 pounds).
A zero tolerance policy applies to people under the influence of any substance.
All participants must sign a waiver document.
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