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Cozumel Xrails Excursion Reviews

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If you're looking for extreme adventure, the Xrails in Cozumel will take you there! On this guided unforgettable excursion, you will learn of Mexico's amazing culture while driving in Xrail vehicles through Cozumel's natural habitat.

dispachcops

1 review

Had a blast.... wore white on purpose and the before / after pix were funny. Wear water shoes, crocks, or shoes you can throw away... make sure your bladder is empty!!!


Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line

JHappel

1 review

Listed above, no wow factor, service disappointing.


Provider: Royal Caribbean International

FrkAintEz

1 review

very good excursion


Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines

Derusha

2 reviews

2nd time in Cozumel so generally knew what to expect from a Port-perspective. Cozumel is generally clean, safe, easy to navigate and offers many choices for activities. This time we decided to do the X-Rails which is basically like a 2-person vehicle with an exposed motor and metal cage around it. We started out questionable but ended with a bang. The tour offers a few added touches in addition to the X-Rail ride in that they take your picture with various 'wild' animals (goes to charity, purchase is optional). The tour seemed large which was a bit concerning. My family was last in line and it turned out, they didn't have enough X-Rails. We let the kids get in the last one and my husband and I stood around watching everyone get ready to go. A few minutes later we were lead to another area where 2 mechanics were feverishly working on trying to get the final X-Rail working. They finally got it to start after we watched everyone drive off. We were told we were getting a very junky one and that they would switch it out with us for a better one down the trail a ways. We finally caught up to the group. A few comments in general: there are a few types of drivers (1) those who don't want to get dirty and want to take this out for a Sunday drive (2) those who like a few bumps and can handle a little mud below the knees and (3) those who don't want to come out looking the way they came in and want to test the limits. The bigger the tour, the greater the chance these various types of people are in the tour. Because everyone rides in a neat little line, it can be very frustrating to be in the 2 or 3 category and be behind a 1. I would see people back off and let slower X-Rails just move ahead a bit only to floor it for a few seconds to get a quick thrill. The first 20 minutes of our tour was brutal as various people experienced breakdowns, including a blown tire. The guides took care of these unforeseen occurrences as fast as possible but it became frustrating after awhile to just sit and wait. We got to Jade Caverns and that was a neat place. We finally got our X-Rail replaced with a better one but we were at the very back of the line. There was a lot of dust and a lot of slowness. We finally asked the guide if we could hang back a bit and just hit the gas and catch up so we could at least feel like we were getting a good ride. He was fine with that. It turned out that since we were at the end they let us do some really cool stuff with the X-Rail because we could allow more distance without holding up anyone else. We ended up having a blast on this tour and it was the highlight of our trip. The guides were great.

Provider: Independent Operator

sueby

1 review

be prepared to get dirty. Heaps of fun but definitely not for anyone with back or neck problems. We were getting plenty of air when we went over some of those bumps. Great fun for teenagers

Provider: Royal Caribbean International

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