Hidden Worlds in Tulum close to Cancun

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Hidden Worlds in Tulum close to Cancun

Post by Cancun Manny » Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:49 pm

Hidden Worlds is my favorite zip line park in the area. You can visit their site directly here Their site used to be www.HiddenWorlds.com but looks like they are now part of RainForestAdventure.com

Hidden Worlds doesn't have the longest zip lines in the area, nor the tallest, but they did use ingenuity to create their park. My two favorite attractions are the Sky Cycle and the Avatar zip line roller coaster. The Sky Cycle is a bicycle type contraption that takes you down into an amazing cenote, on the way back you go through what almost seems a labyrinth of stalactites, while you are gliding just above the water. The Avatar is a roaller coaster type contraption suspended by ziplines. It seem Selvatica has now created their own version of the Avatar, but Hidden Worlds was the original.

One of the best features of Hidden Worlds is that it is not a very popular tour, so usually you don't run into large crowds as you would see at some of the more popular zip line parks like Xplor . HW is located in the middle of the jungle, and has access to some of the nicest cenotes in the area. I personally have only done the Ultimate Adventure Package, and is the one that I recommend since it includes all the activities. I haven't done their cenote dive package, or their single cenote package.

As for the package prices, I would refer you over to their website. Prices do change often, and I don't want to end up with bad information on my posts. You can book Hidden Worlds through me and save money. They don't want us promoters to compete by price, sacrificing the commissions as it will "kill" the price as they say, but I can offer a significant discount, specially if you package it with other tours. You can purchase my $20 deal and I can set you up. Remember that the $20 paid for the $20 deal would be applied towards the balance of your package.

This park goes very well with a visit to Tulum ruins or Rio Secreto. They have "combo" packages listed on their site, but I can usually put together better, custom private tours or itineraries for you at a better price.
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