Two exciting new attractions have been announced by Xcaret and will open in Cancun and the Riviera Maya region that lies just to its south, adding even more reasons that the Mexican Caribbean remains one of the world’s top travel destinations! Read on to see what Xcaret has to offer at the exciting new Xavage theme park in Cancun and Suut Há water park in the Riviera Maya.
Xavage Theme Park Cancun
The incredibly popular Experiencies Xcaret adventure company in Mexico’s Riviera Maya has announced plans to develop Xavage, a new $25 million theme park in Cancun. Constructed on land the company already owns that is located next to its existing Xoximilco attraction in Cancun, the new theme park will be Xcaret's seventh in the region.
“It’s an adventure park like Xplor, although it has nothing to do with the kind of adventure there”, revealed Miguel Quintana Pali, who serves as the General Director of Experiences Xcaret. “You’ll see in Xavage, for example, visitors will be able to use all-terrain vehicles with gigantic tires”.
The company also plans to work with the city of Cancun to create events, including concerts, races and shows. Experiences Xcaret also has revealed major plans for the local hotel real estate market and recently opened its first property, which features 900 rooms. Pali also revealed that the company has plans to open a similar hotel every two years until it reaches 12,000 rooms.
Suut Há Water Park Riviera Maya
Xcaret also recently announced plans to open Suut Há, a new $53 million USD water park in the Riviera Maya close to the company’s existing Xplor Park, which lies just south of downtown Playa del Carmen and just north of the exclusive, gated beach, marina and golf community of Puerto Aventuras. Plans show the new water park will encompass more than five acres and will include a 40-meter high slide, swimming pools, canals and natural areas.
Xcaret has established a real name for itself internationally among adventure travel enthusiasts. The company’s business model combines local ruins and archaeology, cultural traditions and ecology with world-class entertainment offerings. This includes a variety of Mexican traditions that have been listed as “Intangible Cultural Heritages of Humanity” by UNESCO, including rituals, oral traditions and festivities. A variety of luxury tours are also available at Xenotes and Xichén.
Experiences Xcaret also says it plans to construct at least 12 more hotels, starting with La Casa de la Playa. This 73-room boutique hotel is adults-only and will open in summer of 2019.
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