The Riviera Maya is diversifying, as are the activities to be enjoyed in the area; there’s something for everyone and for each member of the family.
The Mayan Water Complex is on Km. 50 of the Cancún – Playa del Carmen road and comprises activities such as cable wake surf, flyboard, aqua racer, inflatables, and stand up paddle, with courses and classes for all levels. It also has concierge services, hotel transportation and a restaurant.
The park is open from Monday to Sunday from 9.00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the restaurant from 9:00 to 5:00 p.m.

What is wakeboarding?
It’s a sport that’s a spin-off from water skiing and surfing, and involves skiing on a wakeboard pulled by a speedboat or a jet ski or connected to a rope or “palonier”. The Mayan Water Complex features the rope version and also features ramps for experts.
In wakeboarding the jumps are both longer and higher since you can use the boat’s wake as a ramp, so it’s a popular sport due to the adrenaline it generates.

¿Who can practice it?
Anyone who likes extreme water sports.

The Mayan Water Complex focuses on wakeboarding and has three turquoise lake circuits where you can ski and ride over obstacles. If you don’t have any experience training classes are available for beginners.
Once you’ve got the hang of the basic moves, which are pretty easy, it’s a really fun sport with a lot of possibilities, so don’t wait any longer to try your hand at it!

All-day pass with equipment: $1000 Mexican pesos.
Includes: Access to the Park, inflatables section, and toboggan.
Jacuzzi area, access to the three lake circuits, pool table, board games and dressing rooms with lockers.
4- hour pass with equipment $600
Includes: Board, life jacket, boots, helmet, access to the park, inflatables section and
toboggan, Jacuzzi area, and access to the three lake circuits.

Telephone: 984 231 1696