ATV Adventure to Jade Caverns
Double Rider: $150.00
Double Rider with Child (Ages 8 to 12): $130.00
Hop on your ATV for a great hands-on adventure exploring the treasures within the heart of Cozumel's jungle on an approximate 2-hour off road ride. Your friendly Cozumel tour guides will be waiting for you at Cedral Mayan village where you will receive all safety gear and a briefing before climbing on your ATV.
Enjoy a fun ride on wide trails, some of which are completely covered by the tree canopy, as you make your way to the exotic Jade cenote through the Cedal jungle reserve. This is one of Cozumel's well kept treasures located only 7 miles within the heart of the jungle. Put on your life vest and jump in the water for a short swim and admire the stalactite formations and the surrounding fauna at this open freshwater cavern.
After this refreshing stop you will continue off-road to an ancient Mayan coral cave. Your guide will slow down as you drive through the cave and then make a brief stop to give you the history of the native community who resided in this unique reserve, you will leave with a much better understanding and appreciation of this area of Mexico.
Reviewer: Debi D.
After a 15+ minute taxi ride (included in your excursion fee) from the meet up point into the jungle you arrive at Wild Tours. The facility is clean and welcoming. They have a small gift shop just incase you forget anything. They get you with your group and you watch a short video on safety and how to operate your ATV and then you quickly start your adventure. When we went it was very dry and dusty. The dirt and limestone (?) roads are fun to drive on. We arrived at Jade Caverns. You can jump into the water from a 25 foot cliff (which is a must)or enter into the water from the lower level of the cavern by getting in from the dock. The cavern is filled with bats. After you stay at the caverns for about 15 minutes everybody hops back on their ATV's to begin their trek home. There's a quick stop to drive through a small cavern and then you head back to the facility. You spend about and hour and a half on the ATV's. When you arrive back you an view photos that they took & sample tequila.
Reviewer: Chandni B
The meetup spot was easy to find. There were tour guides who are at the meeting spot to ensure that you are at the right place and they also check you in. The drive to the location was beautiful. The ATV ride was everything I expected. The roads were bumpy but the ATVs were kept in great space that they could handle the potholes and bumps. The tour guides stay with you the whole time and for anyone having any issues, they stay with those individuals so they do not fall behind or get lost. It was a very dusty drive, so they advise bringing glasses and a face mask, but if you do not have any, you can buy a bandana at their gift shop area. they take plenty of photos which are fairly cheap to purchase. Amazing experience! Would do again!
Reviewer: Tracy Northington
We really enjoy our ride. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and answered questions that was asked of him. We would take the tour again. They also take great pictures. Thanks again
Reviewer: J. Munch
We had a blast. My son who is experienced was allowed to go up front with the leader so that he could go faster and "have fun". Only suggestion is do take a set of clothes to change into and do take a pair of runners that you are willing to ditch after or take their offer and rent the crocs for $5. It was exciting and the cenota was beautiful
Reviewer: nancy rose
Great ATV ride, even those who have ATVs. The only thing I would suggest is not to ride double, get your own. Because of the ditches, jumps,bumps and ruts, it’s quite uncomfortable riding the back of one, not enough padding. Very fun, well worth the price.