Emotions native Park by allTOURnative-What is it like?

Emotions native Park by allTOURnative

allTOURnative’s Emotions native Park

What is the new Emotions native Park like? We set off to go on this tour and give you our review here.

First off we want to say it is not just about riding an ATV (all terrain vehicle). It is a tour with stops at places of interest in their park which is a thick jungle property. If you have read other tour reviews on our site you will know we like allTOURnative tour company because they respect the local culture and incorporate learning some things about the Riviera Maya. They carry this principle in this tour as well. Their park is a natural area where Mayan people have lived for a long time.

What you will see and do on this tour

  • Drive ATV’s on dirt trails in the Mayan jungle.
  • Visit one of the earliest houses in the area which is now restored and has a small farm.
  • See small Mayan Ruins
  • Experience a Mayan Ceremony
  • Walk into a cave with stalagmites and stalactites and see bats.
  • Go on two zip lines.
  • Swim in a beautiful cenote called Media Luna.
  • End you tour with a snack of empanadas, juice and chayitas.
  • Emotions native Park by allTOURnative
    The swinging bridge in Emotions native Park.

Other details for Emotions native Park

When you first arrive you will get checked in for your timed tour. There are good  lockers to put most of your stuff in. Make sure you go to the bathroom before the tour since it is 3 1/2 hours long (there is one opportunity for a bathroom about 2 1/2 hours into the tour).

If you are a large group there will be a guide in the back and front. The guides are very good about checking on everyone and making sure everyone is comfortable.

Things you do or do not need for a visit to Emotions native Park

  1. You do not need to bring a towel since they provide one.
  2. Sunglasses are not needed since you have goggles for the ATV.
  3. No cameras are allowed except head or chest mounted go pro type cameras.  Keeping your hands free is a safety issue for driving the ATV’s. They take professional photos for you.
  4. Good shoes that are enclosed, not flip flops.
  5. Swimsuit for going in the cenote.
  6. Money for photos or souvenirs.
  7. Do not wear regular sunscreen or bug spray because it contaminates the water in the cenote. They have biodegradable bug cream for you there and you really don’t need sunscreen because you are in the woods most of the time. If you want to buy some biodegradable sun screen or bug spray to have for your trip you can buy some here.
  8. You will get a helmet and googles and instruction on how to operate the ATV’s. Operation is fairly simple but if you are a bad driver they do offer optional insurance in case you have an accident.
  9. A bandana or extra shirt to wrap across your mouth for the dust is nice to bring.

Our video introduction to this tour

Just so we can show you a little more then describing it, we made this video for you.

Photos of your time in Emotions native Park

At many stops there is a photographer that follows the tour. We really like the quality of photos from allTOURnative and the amount of photos they take. Some other tours we have been on only take a few photos and add a few stock pictures.

At the end of your tour you can see the photos on a computer screen and then can buy them if you want them. They also add on a lot of good stock photos for your albums.

How much is Emotions native Park and how to book

This tour is $79 USD. There are three different times of the day you can book this tour. Your transportation is included in the price. If this tours looks like fun, click the link below to check available dates and time. This button takes you to the booking site. This is the best price for this tour.


Location of Emotions native Park

allTOURnative’s Emotions native Park is just a few minutes south of Playa Del Carmen on the 307 Highway. Your tour does have transportation included but if you wanted to get here by driving it is very easy. It is well signed on the highway. Parking is available in their lot.

This is one advantage of this tour. It is close to Playa Del Carmen and closer to Cancun then other tours,  so it makes it quicker to arrive and have fun. Some other tours are further south and take more time to get to. It is also close to Playa Del Carmen but you feel like you are in the middle of the jungle far from everything.

Recommendations for this tour

This tour is a good half day tour for those that do not want to do a full day. It is good for people that like to ride ATV’s or at least try driving them. You get more then just riding on this tour like the cenote swim, zip lines and visiting the different locations in the park. This is a quality tour and this company does a good job with having informed guides and presenting the park in a beautiful manner.

Another thing about this tour we like is the fact it is in the woods and cooler. If you are a little hot from walking around or too much beach time, this tour will have you driving around in the shady woods and cooler temperatures.

This tour is not for people with health issues like back problems and all drivers must be of age. This tour is not recommended for children and they have restrictions. Children must be at least 6 years old to go with adults on this tour.

If you liked reading about this tour be sure to check out our other day trips and tour reviews with interactive map here.

Have you been to Emotions native Park? What did you think? Let us know in the comments below. We would love to hear from you.

Emotions native Park by allTOURnative
Zipping across the treetops!


  1. My husband and I recently went on this tour. The jungle area is nice and it was fun to get our on the ATV’s. The zip lines were a bit ho hum and not that exciting. The cenote was nice. The snack at the end was fine but either just do drinks or do a full meal. It is confusing with just a snack if you know what I mean. Over all it is a ok tour but nothing I would do again.

  2. I plan to make this tour with my son (14). Can he also drives an ATV by his own? He already drived an ATV on Thailand.


    • We believe this is possible because they do consider a 14 year old an adult for the entry price. We will email them now just to check on this. We looked at their website but it does not give details. We will post back here their response. Thank you for your question.

    • We heard back from allTOURnative and they said this “You have to be 16 years old in order to be able to drive with an adult by his side at all times during the ATV ride. And to be able to drive by itself you have to be at least 18 years old. So according to this your son would only be able to ride behind an adult driver.

    • Hello Hector

      There is a weight limit at Emotions Park of 264 pounds. However there are just the three lines and you can skip that and still do all the other activities if you like.

    • They mainly go by height but can send two people at once if it is an issue. The zip lines are not that big so there should be no issues with the wind and slowing someone down. That happens in the afternoon from the tallest zip line come Xplor.

  3. We attended this wonderful tour on 4/23/19. We were the last tour of the day with Cesar. We purchased the link for our pictures. Need to know how to access them. Please advise.

    • The price does not reflect all the charges that you stated. For example and single person on November 4th on a single Atv will cost the same on our link as the allTOURnatibe website. We look out for our readers and you need to read all the fine print of websites. For example there are tickets sold without transportation to the park. Of course this is cheaper but most everyone needs transport. Out link is to an official website of allTournative so there is a best price offer.

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