- Bilingual (English and Spanish) speaking certified Cozumel ATV shore excursion guides!
- All necessary ATV safety equipment including helmets, bandanas, and goggles!
- Complimentary bottled water at the different ATV excursion stops!
- Semi-automatic new model Honda or Yamaha ATV all-terrain vehicles (quads)!
- Jade cavern and cenote visit and swim!
- Entrance fees and admission!
- Option to ride single or double - see pricing!
Welcome to the jungle on this ATV Jade Cavern and Cenote Excursion that will take you into the heart of Cozumel Island's jungle. Enjoy over 10 miles of off-road trails and ATVing!
Tackle road trails on your ATV while heading to the primitive beauty of the Jade Cavern. See the freshwater cenote waters while surrounded by lush foliage in the cenote and then drive through exotic coral caves where ancient Mayans once lived.
You will start your Cozumel ATV Excursion at the ATV base camp which is located in El Cedral, the oldest village on the island! That's where your English-speaking bi-lingual guide will be waiting for your adventure ATV shore excursion in Cozumel!
Upon arrival, you'll be matched with a new model 2014-2016 semi-automatic Honda or Yamaha All-Terrain Vehicle for a fun 2.5 hrs tour in the jungle. Guests have the option to order as a single rider to be on the ATV alone or as double riding with one person driving and the other as a passenger. Please see the pricing below. All drivers need to be at least 18 and have a driver's license. You will receive a helmet, goggles, and a bandana then the mandatory, and brief safety and driving instructions; and then you're off onto some thrilling jungle trails while following your ATV excursion guide.
Do make sure to wear closed-toe shoes and be prepared to get dirty or muddy, but that's half the fun. The ATV shore excursion guide will lead you through miles of canopy-covered jungle trails until you arrive at Jade Cavern, an ancient coral cave. This is where you'll discover the Jade Cenote (freshwater jungle sinkhole), a naturally fed body of fresh water, and depending on the conditions, where you can take a dip (if conditions allow, a life vest may be mandatory) in the refreshing waters like the ancient Mayans did long ago. You'll marvel at the fantastic stalactites and relish the refreshing waters.
Next, you'll head off for a slow drive through the Coral Caves, another habitat for the ancient Mayans. Your guide will be sure to give you information about this culture and how they still affect the island today. In all, you will be on the ATVs for over 1.5 hours of driving.
Then, it will be time to head back to the base camp where you can relax before heading back. The staff will assist you in calling a taxi that will bring you back to your original meeting location. For the taxi ride, you can expect to pay from $20.00 up to $40.00 each way depending on the group size.