Enjoy an exciting new way to discover the heart of Cozumel's jungle on your two-seater, non-power-steering Xrail Buggy. The All-Terrain Xrails Expedition offers the safest all-terrain ride and a Cozumel excursion you'll never forget.
After arriving at the meeting point, you will spend approximately 30 minutes having a safety briefing, getting your vehicle, and then heading out to the beginning of the lush jungle. Your first stop on this Cozumel ATX-Rails Expedition will be famous Jade Caverns. This botanical oasis is home to a wide variety of rare plant species such as orchids, vanilla and palm trees. You will also marvel at the rich stalactite formations decorating the entire cavern. You will have approximately 30 minutes to walk into the cave or dive into the cavern's fresh emerald waters (cenote) and relax in this magical, exotic place before your 45-minute ride back to the starting point of the excursion.
Please Note: All Xrail vehicles have manual (stick shift) transmissions. Xrail vehicles with automatic transmission are not available. You will get dusty and muddy; please dress appropriately.
Reviewer: Kim Sims
Francisco and his team made sure we had a wonderful time! As a travel agent, I highly recommend using Shore Exursions Group. Small group atmosphere! I highly recommend following all the suggestions. The change of clothes and shoes that you can throw away as well as a bottle of soap and shampoo from the cruise line made our ride back to the ship more comfortable. And whatever you do, you must jump the 22-25 ft into The cavern. It was a blast!!
Reviewer: Mary Clemons
We had a great time. We were covered in mud and my 12 and 9 year old thought it was the best time of their life. I did take an automatic my husband took the stick sift. He knows how to drive it but was having issues first gear was basically gone. They had a guy with a back pack and tools that was right there to help or fix anything that happened. Great tour over all and a LOT of fun we would do it again.
Reviewer: Richard Cardamone
Overall the excursion was very fun and we are glad we did it. The opportunity to jump 20 ft into the cenote was unforgettable. The only reason I didn't rate it a five star is because the meeting location was wrong on our instructions. The Hard Rock Cafe had opened a new location and the instructions were not updated to reflect that.
Pros: Jumping into the cenotes; The guide was excellent; We also stopped by a cave and learned some Mayan history; The amount of time driving the x-rails was sufficient; the tequila tasting; They took pictures throughout, and we were able to purchase them afterwards. Cons: One person in our group had to ride a 4-wheeler because the X-rails wouldn't crank; Our manual x-rails stopped during the trip and we had to take one of the workers' x-rails, the automatic was difficult to steer. I would suggest the manual if you know how to drive one; Terrible water pressure for the showers; Suggestions: Bring bug spray, wear clothes you don't care to ruin, bring change of clothes and a bag, bring a towel but do not carry it on the ride. Bring a bandana or face cover-up so mud will not get into your nose or mouth and wear sunglasses to shield your eyes. They do sale bandanas there. Overall great experience and the staff was great!
Reviewer: Wayne and John
I booked this for my husband and son, they were a bit hesitant at first, what with having to get a taxi in a foreign country to a place off site of the cruise ship, but sent them anyways, (I have insurance haahaa). I read another persons review and heeded their advise about bringing googles and bandanas and change of clothes. They told me I was being silly, but took the stuff anyways, Boy were they glad they did. The first thing my son did was hit a big mudhole (the only one as there had been no rain) but the rest of the ride was very dusty. Bandanas and sunglasses were used. At the swim place my son said it was scetch..said it looked like a deep hole with water and bat poop. did not go in it. All in all they had a decent time and price was right. Pictures a bit pricey but that is to be expected when you are a tourist.