Xcaret is an ecological, archaeological and nature park, with attractions for all the family. Snorkel in crystal clear lagoons and underground rivers, visit pristine beaches and explore ancient Mayan ruins. Experience Mexican culture when you watch the Voladores performance, visit the henequen hacienda and learn about the Day of the Dead in the Mexican cemetry. Take a raft tour down the Paradise river, ascend the scenic tower for far reaching views, or watch the equestrian shows. Young children will love the butterfly pavilion, the aviary, and the chance to see turtles, manatees and even jaguars. All these activities plus the spectacular evenings shows are included in the standard admission fee. Extra charges apply for special activities such as swimming with dolphins, stingrays and nurse sharks, speedboat adrenaline tours, snuba and Sea Trek activities and other memorable events.
Xcaret at night offers reduced priced admission from 4pm to 9:30pm and is worth considering if you are only interested in a short visit or purely want to see the night shows.
The normal entry fee offers access from 8:30am to 9:30pm. There’s so much to see that it’s easy to fill a full day, but if you think it might be too long a day for your family, look at the two day tickets which offer a much reduced price for the second day.
Xcaret Plus includes buffet lunch (including one beer and soft drinks) plus use of snorkeling equipment. Family often find this a good option.
Packages of more than one park (Xcaret plus Xel-ha, Xplor etc) are available and can be good value.