Xcaret is a natural park that treasures the best of the traditions and culture of Mexico, a paradise that combines the natural beauty and cultural wealth of the country and the region. Located 45minutes from Cancun, Mexico, Riviera Maya, in Xcaret you will find underground rivers, natural pools and a myriad of attractions that will take you to live unforgettable experiences, as the first Butterfly Pavilion in Mexico, a Coral Reef Aquarium which is one of the few places in the world where reef structures can be seen in their natural habitat and a nursery for regional fauna, which has received recognition from Guinness World Records for having achieved the highest number of macaws born in the same facility during a year.

At Xcaret you can also enjoy festivals and ceremonies that have been designated Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO like the ceremony of the Papantla Flyers, the Day of the Dead Festival and the mariachi as well as the delightful Mexican cuisine.

By late afternoon, more than 300 actors are waiting to take you through a musical journey through the history of Mexico, a festival of light and color with the most representative of Mexico and its traditions. Enjoy the cultural heritage and love for the environment through the knowledge and coexistence.

Things to do in Xcaret :
Underground Rivers
Beach, lagoon & pools
Tropical Jungle Trail
Main Plaza
Stained-glass Plaza &
House of Whispers
Rotating Scenic Tower
Butterfly Pavilion
Regional Wildlife
Breeding Farm
Coral Reef Aquarium
Living Museum of Orchids
& Mushroom Farm
Mayan Archaeological sites
St. Francis of Assis Chapel
Hacienda Henequenera
Mexican Cemetery
in the Mayan Village
Vino de Mexico Wine Cellar
Marine Turtles Area
Fauna of Mexico
Jaguar Island
Manatee Lagoon
Spider Monkey Island



Rayniz604 says:

I went to this place didnt realize so much to do. They should tell ppl to bring a bathing suit at the entrance because I thought it was just some park to walk in with an ovservation platform.

Doyal Swamy says:

Hi .. lovely video .. I m visiting Cancun next week … my issue is I can’t swim !!! Do you think I can do any of the water activities ???

Daniel Romero says:

where can I get more videos like this (with a guide explaining)?

Tammy Bosse says:

Have been here, great place! Did the dolphin swim twice and loved it. Word of advice, get off bus and go directly to the dolphins to book first before you do anything else! It’s a bit of a walk since it’s at the back of the pack near the lagoon but if you really want to swim with the dolphins this is your best chance of getting a reservation for that day! This activitiy ALWAYS sells out!!!! Good luck, and you’ll love it.

joshua diaz says:

Im half pinoy and have mexican, sa lahat ng kababayan na kita eto pwede akong tulungan kahit ano tawak lang any doubts

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