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Just got back from a HA cruise that stopped in Cozumel. I did an excursion called ATV & Beach Adventure, sold through the cruiseline for about $100.

It was a lot of fun and I would recommend it to anyone who wants an excursion that splits half the day blasting around a very challenging trail and the other half relaxing on a beautiful beach. It is a challenging ride and you need to be in decent shape. They break you into 3 groups based on experience. Even those who had never ridden an atv had a great time and did the full trail several times. Bring an old ball cap for under the provided helmet.

I don't usualy recommend excursions through the cruiseline because I think they are often very over priced. This one was worth the money and I would do it again in a heartbeat. 

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49 minutes ago, Ilovesailaway said:

Just got back from a HA cruise that stopped in Cozumel. I did an excursion called ATV & Beach Adventure, sold through the cruiseline for about $100.

It was a lot of fun and I would recommend it to anyone who wants an excursion that splits half the day blasting around a very challenging trail and the other half relaxing on a beautiful beach. It is a challenging ride and you need to be in decent shape. They break you into 3 groups based on experience. Even those who had never ridden an atv had a great time and did the full trail several times. Bring an old ball cap for under the provided helmet.

I don't usualy recommend excursions through the cruiseline because I think they are often very over priced. This one was worth the money and I would do it again in a heartbeat. 

Which beach do you end up at?

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We did this excursion years ago with a private company -- can't remember the name.  LOVED IT.  My husband actually looked into buying an ATV when we returned home.  Specific thoughts: 

 

- It was maybe the best excursion we've ever taken.  

- It'd rained about two weeks solid before we arrived, so the trails were MUDDY.  Made for a great ride, but ruined our clothes.  I was buying snacks at a stand near the port, and my husband was SO MUDDY that a salesman asked him to step away from his shop, saying he was hurting business!  Then, realizing he'd been rude, the man offered to spray my husband down with a garden hose!  

- If we did this again, I'd pack old things we could throw away (or even pick up some junk clothes at Goodwill).  Shoes too.  

- Bring bug spray and sunscreen.  

- Our kids couldn't yet drive, but we were able to ride double -- worked out fine.  

- The rain was starting up after our ride, so we opted to be returned to the ship /skipped the beach.  That's the kind of thing you can do with a private tour -- you get choices.  

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