A new attraction is coming to Cancun in December 2018. The latest adventure park from the Experiencias Xcaret Group, Xavage will offer visitors a day of thrills on land, water and in the air.
Built with an investment of more than 50 million dollars, the new Xavage Park is located to the south of Cancun Airport in an area of old limestone quarries near Xoximilco Park. There are six different activities for park-goers to try, all named after different wild creatures, and with varying degrees of difficulty. They range from soft to extreme adventures.
Xavage Park Adventures
Barracuda – White water Rafting
Board a raft for a white water raft descent against a strong current that will test your resistance and teamwork.
Puma – Rock Crawler
Drive a rock crawler vehicle across rugged terrain and a thrilling obstacle course to test your driving skills
Dragonfly – Fierce Jet Boat
Board a fast jet boat for a top-speed ride full of twists and turns
Hawk – Flight
Spread your wings and take flight on a horizontal zip line ride
Howler Monkey – Intense Rope Course
Climb into the treetops and swing from branch to branch through the canopy like the Yucatan’s howler and spider monkeys as you negotiate a hanging rope course that will test your strength, agility, balance and coordination
Crocodile – Ultimate Kayaking
Hop into a kayak and paddle your way to adventure through lagoons and canals
Serpent: Tough Cubs
An adventure playground for children aged between five and 12. As they go round the course they’ll face challenges such as slides, rope bridges, water jets and a wading pool
Xavage is the seventh park by Experiencias Xcaret and will complement the activities already offered in Xplor Park and the Xplor Fuego evening adventure in the Riviera Maya. Open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m, Xavage Park will also have shaded rest areas with hammocks, lockers and rest rooms, a restaurant and store.
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