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Ziplines @ Calica?

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We will be in Calica/Playa in October off the Holiday. How many ziplines are there in this area? Has anyone done a tour on their own? Is there a zipline that is close to the the Calica port? I am not seeing this type excursion offered for this port. Any help/info would be greatly appreciated!

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Check out an Edventure Tour. Their typical tours usually involve snorkeling, but they do offer zip lines and they will customize a tour to do what you want to do. We were very pleased with the Edventure people - you will find I tend to be a cheerleader for them. We didn't do the ziplines, though. There were too many other things we wanted to do.

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Sorry...way late in posting this, but it may be helpful to others...Hidden Worlds Cenote Park has ziplines there...It's right across the street from Xel-ha so you'd need transportation to/from (about half-hour south of PDC). There is also another place called Selvatica that is supposed to be awesome...again it is some distance away - up by Puerto Morelos (half hour north of PDC)...not sure exactly where but you'd definitely need some sort of transportation.

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Has anyone here done this, and if so how was it? It sounds great!


Mayan Jungle Explorer


Experience a cenote snorkeling, zip line and biking adventure on this 3-in-1 combination excursion!


On this excursion you will:


* Be transported to one of the most magical sites in the Yucatan Peninsula, Chikin-Ha.

* Begin your adventure with a bicycle journey on jungle roads. Pass by Mayan-style mini plantations before arriving at the cenotes.

* Explore this extraordinary system of caverns while swimming and snorkeling in their crystalline waters.

* Then, get a bird’s eye view of nature from above as you zip through the jungle. Sit in a harness attached to a series of cables strung among the treetops of the dense jungle areas. Take three exhilarating flights of up to 200 feet!

* Witness a traditional sacred Mayan purification ceremony, conducted by a genuine Mayan Shaman, at the mystical cenote of Aluxes.

* Enjoy a Yucatan lunch and relax in a hammock before riding back to the station for the drive back to the pier.


Note: For guests in Calica, there will be an optional stop in Playa del Carmen where you can enjoy some time at the beach.


Guests wishing to stay in Playa Del Carmen will be responsible for your return transportation to the pier in Calica.


Minimum age is 8 years; maximum weight is 250 lbs. Pregnant women and guests with back/neck injuries are not permitted on this excursion.


Lunch and snorkel equipment are included.

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