Xplor Fuego, a Nighttime Spectacle in the Riviera Maya
Lava rivers, zip lines that cross rings of fire over a natural cenote pool, hanging bridges through the Maya rainforest, and cave tours await when night falls in this magical place.
If you are heading to the Riviera Maya on your next vacation, be sure to go to Xplor Fuego adventure park, especially if you are looking for fun and a jolt of adrenaline. Discover this nighttime spectacle—it is pure thrills!
Discover Xplor Fuego, an Attraction in Xcaret
One of the Riviera Maya’s most exciting attractions is this amusement park. At night, hundreds of torches illuminate this spot hidden in the middle of the jungle. Of course there is fire, not only as a light source, but also as part of some of the attractions, such as the flaming rings crossed by a zip line circuit.
Adventurers, step forward! Everything here is exciting: slides, hanging bridges, amphibious vehicles, narrow caves, lava rivers, and unimaginable obstacles await.
Let Your Wild Side Out to Play
This is an all-inclusive park, so you only have to focus on the fun. The ticket includes all the activities, food, and beverages, including:
- A circuit of seven zip lines over the Mayan rainforest. This is the longest in the Riviera Maya and Cancún.
- Ride amphibious vehicles for 3 miles through the jungle between hanging bridges and caves lit by torches.
- 1,312.3-foot-long stalactite river; an underground world filled with scenes formed by nature over many, many years.
- Rafts for rowing by hand through 1,870 feet of underground caverns.
- Hamacuatizaje, a hammock turned zip line vehicle to reach a naturally formed cenote pool.
- Hike through caves.
- Buffet dinner of ribs (there are also vegetarian options).
- Unlimited alcohol-free drinks (coffee; atole—a hot, corn-based beverage; champurrado—like hot chocolate but based on corn; and fruit-based drinks).
- Lockers for two people.
- Break areas.
- Changing rooms and bathrooms.
- Free parking.
Hours, Address, and How to Get There
The park is open from Monday to Saturday from 5:30 PM to 11:00 PM. It is 34.8 miles from Cancun International Airport on federal road 307, or kilometer 282, 3.7 miles south of Playa del Carmen and 34.2 miles north of Tulum.
The park offers transportation for an additional fee from several hotels. If you come in your own vehicle, there is free parking. By taxi from Playa del Carmen it takes 15 minutes or about 1 hour and 10 minutes from Cancún.