Hotels near Xel-Ha Park
The vacation of a lifetime awaits you at one of the hotels near Xel-Ha Park. The Oasis Tulum – All Inclusive is the perfect choice for guests who don’t want to worry about separate food, entertainment, and lodging costs. At the hotel, you’ll enjoy playing tennis on one of the two courts, ordering a drink from the swim-up bar at the pool, and getting a massage at a spa. If you intend on playing a lot of golf during your stay, then book a room at the Grand Oasis Tulum – All Inclusive.
Directly next door is an 18-hole golf course. You also won’t lack for a good meal, as the hotel features an astounding 13 restaurants, as well as a multitude of bars. The Las Villas Akumal is your best bet if you’re planning an extended stay trip. There are one, two, and three-bedroom villas to choose from. The hotel goes above and beyond with such services as airport transfers, car rentals, and babysitting services. Don’t forget to take part in the Akumal Turtle Watch Program, which gives newly hatched baby turtles a chance to survive. Finally, the Dreams Tulum Resort & Spa All Inclusive is large property with such extras as scuba diving lessons and a kids club.
Things to Do
An eco-friendly aquatic theme park, the Xel-Ha Park is family-friendly and teaches visitors about area habitats. Bring your snorkel equipment, as vacationers are welcome to swim in the lagoon, or go on one of the river tours. The inlet is considered a natural aquarium and there is a turtle reserve as well as a Queen conch sanctuary to check out. If you enjoy being active, how about climbing to the top of a cliff and jumping off into the waters below, or taking a bike ride through the forest. Don’t forget to leave time to enter Xel-Ha Cave, which is truly magical to behold.
Getting Around Cancun
Although guests can walk to the beach from their hotel rooms, they’ll need an alternate form of transportation to get to attractions like Xel-Ha Park. Fortunately, Cancun has reliable bus transportation at an affordable rate. Of course, guests are welcome to drive themselves around with a rental car from the airport or hire a taxi driver for door-to-door service.
Plenty of sights sit close to the Xel-Ha Park and are worth taking the time to see. Start off with a trip to Isla Murejes where you can swim with the dolphins at Dolphin Discovery or take pictures of Templo Maya. History buffs will find that both Coba and Chichen Itza are ancient Mayan cities with plenty of ruins to admire. If you’re feeling a bit adventurous head to the Cancun Underwater Museum. Here you can view 500 sculptures at the bottom of the sea from a glass bottom boat or by renting snorkeling or scuba gear and swimming over to it. A relaxing day at the beach is another option so make sure you pack plenty of sunscreen.