Have Fun at Xel-Há

Xel-Há, the “place where water is born,” is a park featuring breathtaking natural landscapes, lagoons, caves, and cenotes.

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Among the top attractions of the Riviera Maya are Xcaret Group’s ecotourism parks. Xel-Há stands out; it is a natural space showcasing the finest of the state’s culture, vegetation, and wildlife. 

Here, you can navigate underground rivers winding through cenote pools and caverns, swim with dolphins, and marvel at light and sound shows. Plus, participate in various activities such as diving, kayaking, and snorkeling.

Xel-Há Highlights

Visitors to this space can immerse themselves in the region’s natural beauty, indulging in a blend of aquatic activities, wildlife encounters, and relaxation set in picturesque landscapes resonating with bird calls and jungle sounds. 

Operating under an all-inclusive model, Xel-Há‘s fee covers park admission, food, and drinks throughout the day, ensuring a hassle-free experience without worry about additional expenses.

All-Inclusive at Xel-Há Park 

Spend a day at Xel-Há with all-inclusive access, wander the jungle trails, visit the nursery boasting over 270 native species, and unwind on a swimming float. 

Explore the inlet, leap into the water from the Piedra del Valor (the Rock of Bravery—a rock standing 16 feet high), or ascend the 131-foot-high Faro Mirador lighthouse to slide down a waterslide shooting you into a natural pool, among many other activities. Then cool off at one of the four restaurants or the two bars offering delicious cocktails.

Opening Hours: Daily, 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM.

Minimum Age: All ages welcome. 

Children: 25% discount on adult prices for visitors ages 5 to 11.

Activities and Attractions 

  • Unlimited snorkeling
  • Swimming in natural inlets, cenotes, and rivers 
  • Faro Mirador lighthouse 
  • Piedra del Valor (climbable rock) 
  • Trepachanga (zip lines)
  • Salpichanga (zip lines) 
  • Pelican Flight (rope swing over the water)
  • Los Caprichos Bay
  • Mangroves 
  • Children’s World 
  • Iguana Grotto 
  • Del Dorado Cave 
  • Mayan Ruins 
  • Garden of Chacahs 
  • Floating bridge 
  • Nursery


  • Restaurants and bars 
  • Facilities for people with disabilities 
  • Wi-Fi 
  • Aquatic equipment 
  • Lockers, bathrooms, and showers 
  • Shops 
  • Photo pass 
  • Hammock areas 
  • ATM machines

How to Get There 

Located south of Playa del Carmen and before reaching Tulum, it sits at km 240 on the Chetumal-Puerto Juárez highway in the municipality of Tulum, Quintana Roo. From Cancún, it’s 68 miles from Cancún International Airport in the direction of Tulum, taking approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes.


Xel-Há Park, Carretera Chetumal Puerto Juárez Km 240, locales 1 & 2, módulo B, Quintana Roo, México

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