Visitors to Selvatica will find a number of adventurous options for exploring the jungle of southern Mexico. Choose from à la carte adventures, or opt for combo tours that roll multiple activities into one action-packed day. Every tour includes the Extreme Canopy zipline circuit with standard cables and the Cenote Splash, a zipline cable that ends with a cenote swim inside a natural sinkhole. Up the adrenaline with add-ons like the Offroad Polaris tour, ATV rides, or the Gimmee All with access to the extreme Human Roller-Coaster and Flying Superman ziplines. As an extra perk, Selvatica offers complimentary round-trip transportation from most Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and Riviera Maya hotels for the ultimate convenience.
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Things to Know Before You Go
Allow at least five hours door-to-door for your Selvatica experience.
Ziplines have a weight limit of 330 pounds (150 kilograms).
Bring swimming gear and a change of clothes.
Lockers are available for an additional fee.
How to Get There
Selvatica offers complimentary hotel pickup and drop-off from most major regional hotels as part of most tours. Those wishing to drive themselves, though, will find it is an easy 1-hour trip from Cancun.
When to Get There
The park is open year-round, and multiple tour departure times are available throughout the day. December through April offers the best weather; it can be rainy other times of year.
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