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Xoximilco Cancun
Xoximilco Cancun

Xoximilco Cancun

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160 Reviews
Carretera Cancun - Chetumal, Km. 338. Cancun, Quintana Roo, Cancun, Mexico

The Basics

Most Xoximilco tours leave from central Cancun and include pickup and drop-off from local hotels. At the park, you can float down the river in a Mexican gondola, ortrajinera, enjoy a meal of traditional Mexican food, sip tequila and beer, and listen to traditional mariachi and marimba music.

Xoximilco Cancun is part of a network of related parks and experiences, including Xcaret, Xel-Hal, Xplor Fuego, Xplor, Xenotes Oasis Maya, Xoximilco Cancun, Xichen, and Xenses. You can purchase packages granting admission to multiple parks.

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Xoximilco Admission with Dinner and Entertainment in Cancun

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Xoximilco Admission with Dinner and Entertainment in Cancun
star-4.5
$106.66 per adult
excellent
Wow! What a beautiful and excellent experience. The show is very good and the four hour trip is perfect! What a great night! I was on the viva sonnora with Jesus which is an awesome host, id definitely recommend to everyone and will visit again asap!
VIRGINIA_F, May 2021

Recent reviews from experiences in Cancun

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Music, Tequila
Omayra_M, May 2021
Xoximilco Admission with Dinner and Entertainment in Cancun
Enjoyable experience. Tequila and Mariachis can’t go wrong, our host was awesome!!!! My family and I enjoyed this experience.
star-5
What a great fun experience!
Daniel_R, Dec 2020
Xoximilco Admission with Dinner and Entertainment in Cancun
Friends and I came to celebrate a 45th wedding anniversary and the entire event was so much fun and entertaining. The crew was very interactive with us and made it all extra special. Loved it and will do it again.
star-5
Drinking party for sure
Lorena_C, Sep 2020
Xoximilco Tour Night Cruise from Cancun
Beyond expectations! The bus I took was smaller and our hosts were awesome and attentive! I left my debit card behind in the bus and he came back to my hotel!!! I think his name was Jaime lol but anyway lifesaver.
star-5
Words will not do it justice
hibah_q, Mar 2020
Xoximilco Tour Night Cruise from Cancun
100% get Hector and Anderson. I cannot even explain what the night was like. I hate everything but this was the most magical fun night I've ever had.
star-4
Tour was great; effects not so much
Melissa R, Jul 2019
Xoximilco Tour Mexican Folclor with Transportation
The tour was a blast with beautiful views but sadly all of us got a stomach bug after words from the food. This was the last tour we did before going home and when we got back we’ve been sick for days. The tour was a lot of fun and I would do it again but next time I won’t eat the food.
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Extreme Fun
korianita37, Jan 2020
Xoximilco Admission with Dinner and Entertainment in Cancun
This was one of the highlights of our trip! It was soooo much fun, our guide was extremely entertaining and the entire ride was one joy after another.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Xoximilco Cancun is a must-see attraction for culture and nightlife lovers.

  • The park is located in the jungle, so be sure to plan for mosquitos; wear long pants and closed-toed shoes, and bring plenty of biodegradable insect repellent.

  • Valet parking is available onsite.

  • Wheelchair service is available; all boats are wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

Xoximilco is located about five minutes by road from Cancun International Airport. While most tours provide round-trip transportation from your hotel, you can also take a taxi or drive yourself.

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When to Get There

The park is busiest from December through April, when the weather tends to be sunny and warm; there are fewer crowds during hurricane season (May through October). Nights at Xoximilco are particularly magical.

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Mexico City’s Xochimilco Neighborhood

The floating gardens of Xochimilco are a Mexico City must-see; the quintessential way to explore is a traditionaltrajinera boat ride around the canals and islands. Combine it with a Mexico City sightseeing tour, which will include the National University of Mexico, the ancient ruins of Teotihuacan, and the the neighborhood of Coyoacán, home to the Diego Rivera Anahuacalli Museum and the Frida Kahlo Museum.

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