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Tankah Park
Tankah Park

Tankah Park

Daily 9am-5pm
Carretera Federal Cancun, Cancun KM 233+200, Tulum, Mexico

The basics

Tankah Park conveniently neighbors Tulum’s famous Mayan ruins, and both often feature on day tours along the Riviera Maya from Cancun. You’ll need a good few hours for park exploration, depending on your chosen itinerary, with tour options available for adrenaline junkies and culture vultures alike. Some guided tours combine exploration of the park’s underground cenote system with swimming and snorkeling in the Caribbean Sea.

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Tankah Park Five Cenotes Adventure Tour from Tulum
Tankah Park Five Cenotes Adventure Tour from Tulum
USD135.00 per adult
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We had the best experience here. Our tour guide was amazing. The people in the village were so welcoming and the food at the end was very delicious. I’m vegan and there were options for me so I was able to eat pretty good. The cenotes were so pretty. We learned so much about the culture and Mexico through our tour guide. My cousin was hung over and not feeling well towards the end of the trip and our guide Beto carried her all the way to the car. We recommended supporting the gift shop while you’re there as well.
Cellenia_D, Jul. 2021

Things to know before you go

  • Some park tours include a visit to the Mayan village Tankah, plus a traditional lunch.
  • Environmentally friendly mosquito spray, sunscreen, and sturdy shoes are a must in the jungle park.
  • Guests must bring their own towels and swimsuits.
  • Water shoes are useful for cenote exploration.
  • It’s worth packing a few snacks as activities can be tiring.
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How to get there

Located around 6 miles (10 kilometers) from central Tulum, just off Highway 307, Tankah Park is easy to get to by road from any Riviera Maya town. Several tours include round-trip transportation; otherwise, you can catch a bus directly to Tulum, then hail a local taxi.

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When to get there

Thunderstorms and rain are likely to put a dampener on any outdoor adventure, so aim to visit between December and March when the weather is more suited to cenote swimming and jungle trekking.

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Tulum Ruins

Just a bit further down the highway from Tankah Park, the iconic walled city of Tulum, also known as Tulum Ruins, draws visitors with its ancient history, coastal views, and neighboring white-sand beaches. Visitors stopping over in Tulum can easily spend at least half a day here, while those traveling in from further afield can take advantage of multi-attraction tours or passes to check off both attractions in one day.

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Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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What are the nearest attractions to Tankah Park?
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What else should I know about attractions in Tulum?
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As well as visiting the Tankah Park, check out these trip ideas to make the most of your visit: