Xenses Park
Xenses Park

Xenses Park

Playa Del Carmen, Mexico

The Basics

With more than 50 attractions across two unique routes, including a gravity-defying pueblo and immersive mud bath, the park is ideal for a half-day excursion. Tours typically provide round-trip transfer from Cancun and the wider Riviera Maya, plus plenty of time to explore independently. After you’ve splashed your way through the water-based activities, dry off over a bite to eat in the on-site snack bar or take advantage of all-inclusive packages that include complimentary refreshments.

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Park Xenses & Fantastic Scenarios & Impressive Optical Illusions
Park Xenses & Fantastic Scenarios & Impressive Optical Illusions
USD128.00 per adult
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Cool beans
It is so amazing it’s crazy how they build that city I’m not gone spoil it but it is amazing and mind boggling the clay mud is awesome good food and photos
Jasmine_J, May 2023

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Mobility and health restrictions apply to some Xenses Park attractions.

  • Wheelchairs, strollers, and lockers are available to rent.

  • Selfie sticks are not permitted in the park.

  • Bring swimming gear that you don’t mind wearing in the salt rinse or mud bath, as well as a change of clothes.

  • Non-swimmers and small children must be accompanied on deep-water experiences.

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How to Get There

Xenses Park is situated on the outskirts of Playa del Carmen, around 5.5 miles (9 kilometers) from the city center for a 10-minute drive. It's about 47 miles (75 kilometers) from Cancun for an hour drive. Free, on-site parking is available, though round-trip tours with hotel pickup are a great way to avoid the stress of finding your own way.

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Trip ideas

When to Get There

Most tours offer the choice of a morning or afternoon excursion. Unlike at other Riviera Maya attractions, rain only adds to the experience at Xenses Park, making it a great top choice on wet weather days. The park is closed on Sunday.

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Xcaret and Xel-Há

If Xenses appeals, you might want to visit its sister parks, Xcaret and Xel-Há. Xcaret Park is an eco-archaeological haven on the coast, just south of Xenses, where you can snorkel, hike, or raft your way around the Mayan jungle. Xel-Há Park is about 25 miles (41 kilometers) south and offers a range of outdoor aquatic activities, as well as an aquarium and turtle reserve. Some passes include free entry to all three parks.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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