Barceló Maya Grand Resort inaugurates Ventura Fly & Ride Park
The hotel complex now offers a park with 7 zip lines, 10 aerial tours with bridges that hang over 5 meters high, a route plagued by land and water obstacles for SUVs and a kart circuit
Barceló Maya Grand Resort, the complex located in the Riviera Maya (Mexico), has just opened Ventura Fly & Ride Park, considered by many to be the best adventure park in the Mexican Caribbean.
It is a spectacular site that has 7 zip lines, 10 aerial routes with bridges that hang over 5 meters high, a route plagued by land and water obstacles for SUVs and a go-kart circuit that measures more than 1 kilometer and allows you to catch speeds of up to 40 kilometers per hour. A total of 11 activities are developed: 8 aircrafts (parachute landing, bungee swing, rope course, aquazip, plane coaster, netland, ziplines and tarzania) and 3 on board vehicles (go karts, quad cycle and off road).
Although all generate a high dose of exaltation, for many the stars are those that allow you to land by parachute jumping from the wing of an airplane (parachute landing); Take the controls of an airplane and challenge gravity like a seasoned pilot (plane coaster) or emulate bungee jumping by hanging from a swing upside down (bungee swing). But those who finish the aerial tour with a dip are also having great success; the one that drives the spirit of competition through a rampant route through roads full of obstacles and mud (off road); and, among the little ones, the one that allows them to play Indiana Jones crossing fun hanging bridges (netland), among others.