Kantun Chi is a remarkable ecopark located in the heart of the Mayan Riviera. Its name means "yellow stone mouth" in Mayan. Enjoy this magical paradise, swim in our wonderful fresh water cenotes and explore our underground cavern with its striking natural beauty. You'll be treated to an unforgettable experience white you relax and enjoy nature's wonders.
What to do in Kantun Chi park?
Cenotes: The Cenotes are impressive natural formations. A cenote is formed when acidic rain water seeps through cracks in the limestone bedrock dissolving soft areas of the rock. Over time, roofed underground caverns are formed. Some can be quite large
Grottos: Descend into this magical underground world, walk along its passageways, swim in its cenotes and enjoy one of the most amazing tours in the Mayan Riviera. The cavern consists of two cenotes connected by naturally formed passageways
An incredible flora & fauna: We have enourmous concern for the environment and we are working hard to preserve this natural habitat. Our animals receive fresh fruits and vegetables daily, and our hard work is paying off. We have begun to see increases in the population of some of the endangered species within the park
How to get to Kantun Chi?
Kantun Chi is an easy drive down Federal Highway 307, just 90 km (56 miles) south of Cancun, 22 km (14 miles) from Playa del Carmen, and around 2 km (1 mile) south of Puerto Aventuras.
The main entrance is 200 meters south of Barcelo Maya Hotel.
The main entrance to the park is adorred with a small pyramid and our name, "Kantun Chi".
From Cancun, you can catch one in front of the bus station.
From Playa del Carmen you can board a Mayab bus at the station on Quinta Avenida and Avenida Juarez. The Playa Express stops at Calle 8 and Avenida 15.