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If you have not yet visited this paradisiacal place in the Riviera Maya, you may wonder what is Xel-Ha. It is a beautiful park with a huge natural creek, home to diverse species of flora and fauna, besides being of special relevance for the native peoples of the region in their time of splendor.
Since ancient times, the ancient inhabitants knew about this imposing natural site. The meaning of Xel-Há is "where the water is born" due to the confluence of several subway rivers that flow into the cove.
In pre-Hispanic times, the cove of Xel-Há served as a sheltering port, trade center and pilgrimage point, in addition to being a food reserve during bad weather.
To guard this natural wonder in the Riviera Maya, the gods appointed three guardians: Huh, the iguana (Guardian of the Earth), Chuc Kay, the Pelican (Guardian of the Air) and Kay Op, the parrot fish (Guardian of the Water). To this day, they watch over the park and its visitors.
Activities at Xel-Ha
This all-inclusive park in Tulum has a huge cove where several subway rivers flow from the world's largest network. It is also home to several species, including four types of mangroves essential to the ecosystem.
Practice unlimited snorkeling in Tulum in the river or let yourself be carried by the current in an inflatable boat. Along the river, you will find attractions such as Piedra del Valor, Trepachanga, and Salpichanga. At the Mirador Lighthouse, you will have the best view of Xel-Ha and go down a slide.
Xel-Há and the environment
Here is the Pink Snail Sanctuary, where they study and census the specimens that inhabit the cove. In addition, there is a nursery with more than 270 species of native plants, some of which are endangered.
In the Chacahs Garden, different celebrities have planted a tree of this species of great importance in the region. The Meliponario is home to this variety of bees, sacred to the pre-Hispanic peoples of the Yucatan Peninsula, which lacks a stinger and has a traditional ceremony.
Xel-Ha all inclusive
The entrance fee to Xel-Ha Park includes unlimited food, drinks, and snorkeling. Enjoy its four buffet restaurants. You can also refresh yourself in one of the bars and try one of the special drinks that are the hallmark of the house. Xel-Há is a natural wonder that awaits you to enjoy a family day full of fun, delicious food, and spectacular scenery of nature.
Tire rides on the river.
Unlimited snorkeling in the cove.
The lighthouse-viewpoint with 360° views of the park and tobogganing.
Ziplines and rope games over the water.
Walk through the jungle trails.
Access to cenotes, caves, and graves.
Access to the Meliponario and the nursery.
Tours through jungle trails.
Continental breakfast from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Unlimited snacks and buffet lunch from 11:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.
Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages and national open bar.
Rest areas with hammocks and lounge chairs.
Life jackets, floating tires, and bicycles.
Use of snorkeling equipment with complimentary snorkel.
Use of lockers, dressing rooms, and a towel.
Toilets and showers.
Other services (Wi-Fi, ATMs, and stores with additional cost).
In Xel-Ha, enjoy a variety of land and water activities in contact with nature, a buffet lunch, and a national open bar. Take a bike ride through the park and snorkel in the different cenotes. With your tour, you will have access to different attractions.
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