A pair of scarlet Macaws at Xcaret in Cancun, Mexico
A pair of scarlet Macaws at Xcaret in Cancun, Mexico

Xcaret Tours and Tickets

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With unparalleled access to the Caribbean Sea and all of its bounty, a visit to the Xcaret eco-archaeological park is a must when on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Snorkeling, ziplining, river rafting, exploring underwater rivers, and hiking tropical trails through jungle ruins are all options within this natural adventure park, which gives fast access to many of Cancun’s greatest attractions.

  • Carretera Chetúmal Puerto Juárez Kilómetro 282, Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo

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Lauren_P, Sep 2023
Absolutely amazing experience! Loved seeing the animals and Mayan village. Really enjoyed snorkelling and swimming through the cenote/lazy river. The staff are very friendly and helpful. Very clean and ecological park. Educational. Food was amazing and evening show is spectacular. I would encourage anyone on vacation in Mexico to visit Xcaret! It’s amazing!
Zulema_P, Aug 2023
My first-time visiting Cancun Mexico
This is the first time at Cancun. Many friends recommended me. The city is pretty and clean, all organized and easy to find places. I love all nature.
ALVARO_P, Nov 2023
Bad experience
First to tell everyone is if you can go to the show only go for it, if not go late and I going to tell you why: The park is to pricey very pricey, the food included in all inclusive is bad, the dinner in the show 9 course dinner cost 250 . Dollars each kids under 5 is free but don't worth, swimming with the dolphins just okay, Adrenaline a fast boat is nice, pricey too. The lacy river is very nice . I don't think my family and I we come back again, maybe to the beautiful show.
Eulogio_B, Nov 2023
Best place to be amazing experience
I always recommend viator so organized i enjoyed my time in xcaret lots of activities to do beautiful place to explore
Frequently Asked Questions
Q:What are Xcaret hours of operation?
Xcaret hours of operation: . Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:Should I book Xcaret tickets in advance?
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Xcaret can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
Q:How much does it cost to visit Xcaret 2024?
Currently, an entrance ticket to Xcaret costs USD 102.85. Guided Xcaret tours start around USD 102.85 per person.
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Q:Do you need to book Xcaret tickets in advance?
A:No, you don’t need to prebook your Xcaret admission tickets: you can buy your pass on the day at the door. However, if you buy tickets online at least seven days before your visit, you’ll get a discount. Plus, prebooking guarantees your entry—as Xcaret has limited capacity—and helps you avoid lines.
Q:Does Xcaret admission include food?
A:No, a standard Xcaret admission ticket doesn’t include food. You’re not allowed to take food inside the park, so you’ll need to budget to eat at Xcaret’s food outlets. An Xcaret Plus ticket includes a buffet lunch, a beer, and non-alcoholic drinks at select park restaurants, plus other perks.
Q:What is included in the Xcaret Plus ticket?
A:The Xcaret Plus ticket gives you everything standard admission does—including access to 50 Xcaret attractions such as rivers, beaches, pools, and jungle trails— as well as a buffet lunch, a beer, and non-alcoholic drinks at select restaurants, and access to Plus dressing rooms, restrooms, lockers, and snorkeling gear.
Q:What should I do first at Xcaret?
A:Start by floating along Xcaret’s underground rivers, past jungles and caves. Doing this first gives you time to enjoy other activities at your leisure. Perhaps attend a Voladores and Flying Eagles show; view turtles and manatees; visit the beach, pools, and Mayan villages; or watch an Espectacular show.
Q:How many days do you need in Xcaret?
A:Two days is ideal. There’s so much to do at Xcaret that squeezing everything into one day is hard without rushing. Two days gives you time to experience the three underground rivers, relax on the beach, see all the wildlife and shows, and explore ancient Mayan sites.
Q:Are there lockers in Xcaret?
A:Yes, you can rent lockers at Xcaret. They’re near the entrance and can fit two small-medium backpacks, plus some small belongings. Locker hire is US$5.99 per day, with a returnable US$10 deposit. If you buy an Xcaret Plus admission ticket, day-long locker hire is included.