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Emotions Jungle Night tour, new eco-adventure

Playa del Carmen eco-adventure tour company Alltournative has a new jungle adventure to add to its collection, the Emotions Jungle Night tour that takes place at the Emotions Native Park in the Riviera Maya.

The Emotions Jungle Night tour includes an ATV ride along a forest trail that takes visitors across a wooden suspension bridge spanning a cenote. Then it’s on to an exciting zip line circuit with three zip lines, one of them with a splash down in a cenote.

Trained guides accompany visitors as they explore the park. During a walk along jungle trails, visitors listen to the sounds of the forest and catch a glimpse of ancient Mayan temples and nocturnal native wildlife. They also swim in the Media Luna cenote, explore an illuminated cave and participate in a Mayan purification ritual before entering the temazcal, the traditional sweat lodge used by the ancient Maya and other pre-Hispanic cultures.

Finally, it’s time to sit down around a bonfire, munch on Mayan snacks, share Maya World travel experiences and gaze up at the stars.

For more information about the new Emotions Jungle Night tour and other eco adventures in the Riviera Maya and Yucatan contact the Thomas More Travel desk in your resort.

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