Punta Sur, you cannot miss it!

At Dune Buggy Adventour we want to make you have the best day of your life here at Cozumel Island. This is one of the reasons we guide you off road and through the jungle to Punta Sur Ecological Reserve. It is located at the south end of the island (that’s why it’s named Punta Sur) in front of the magical Caribbean Ocean. Upon arrival we’ll take a closer look at the history of Punta Sur in it’s own history museum and you’ll be able to see El Faro de Celarain which is a lighthouse that you’ll be able to come into it and make your way up the stairs to the top of it to witness an amazing view. Make your reservations now and witness Punta Sur only at Dune Buggy Adventour.

Nature and fun, ATV to Mezcalito’s.

When you come to Cozumel, we highly recommend coming over to Dune Buggy Adventour for a ride on our ATVs to Mezcalitos. We’ll ride along the highway to make our way to the other side of the island and then we’ll go off road deep in the mayan jungle as we arrive to Mezcalito’s. This a 2 hour ride so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy the nature tha lies deep in Cozumel island and you’ll be able to see the beautiful eastern shore in a day you won’t forget. Make you sure you visit us on your trip to Cozumel island, we’ll wait for you at Dune Buggy Adventour.

The One and Only… BAJA 1000!

At Dune Buggy Adventour we’d like you to introduce the one and only, Baja 1000. It’s built from the Volkswagen Vento into an absolute beast of a car. It has a 1.6 Volkswagen engine, it’s fully automatic and available with 4 seats with 5 point security seatbelts for all of your family to give the beast a ride. It has been built to compete but only at Dune Buggy Adventour you can have a 4 hour ride on the Baja 1000 to try it out for yourself. The tour also includes snorkel, lunch and a cooking class. Be sure to make your reservations right here at Cozumel Experiences and we’ll see you down at Dune Buggy Adventour!

El Castillo Real, a true Mayan royalty.

At Dune Buggy Adventour, we make an ATV powered drive to Castillo Real, a mayan ruin hidden deep in Cozumel’s jungle. We make a ride on the ocean shore to make our way to one of the greatest vestiges that the great Mayan culture left in the island. El Castillo Real was used by natives for their navigation system. It was used as a look-out with four viewpoints corresponding to the Cardinal points (North, South, East and West) with the main entrance located with a view to every day’s sunrise. Come over to Dune Buggy Adventour in Cozumel Island to discover this amazing piece of Mayan architecture.

All about San Gervasio’s Park

On our Dune Buggy Adventour experience we make an open-road trip to San Gervasio. San Gervasio is located 7 kilometers east of the town through the transversal highway of the island. San Gervasio was originally found by european explorers during the 16th Century. It was built as a cult site to the mayan fertility goddess Ix Chel and made believers travel to make reverence to her. We invite you to drive our Dune Buggys and explore the mayan ruins of San Gervasio Park.

Military Use of Dune Buggys

Around the 1980’s, the U.S. Army had a whole battalion of armed dune buggys. These were expected to scout and harass enemy areas. Painted in green and brown camo, they were called Chenowth and they were equipped with machine guns, grenade launchers and even anti-tank missiles. They were built for one driver one co-driver and one turret-man that controlled the armory. These battle-buggys proved useful during the time of the gulf-war providing U.S. Navy SEALs a dashing speed and off-road movility, making their way to the first forces of entry to Kuwait City in 1991. We invite you to try out our buggys at Cozumel’s Dune Buggy Adventour.

Types of ATV’s

The All-terrain vehicle, also known as ATV, is a vehicle that travels on low-pressure tires, with a seat that is straddled by the operator, along with handlebars for steering control. At Dune Buggy Adventour we own the Honda TRX 350 Quadbike but what other type of quadbikes are out there? There are Military use ATV’s which usually are six-wheeled, such as the Jiger produced by the Jiger Corporation, and they were first introduced in mid 1960s and early 1970s. There were also the three-wheeled ATV’s which were used for recreational uses. The first three-wheeled ATV was the Sperry-Rand Tricart. It was designed in 1967 as a graduate project of John Plessinger at the Cranbrook Academy of Arts near Detroit. And we finally have the four-wheelers, Suzuki was a leader in the development of four-wheeled ATVs. It sold the first model, the 1982 QuadRunner LT125, which was a recreational machine for beginners. Since then there have been many changes and many uses for the ATV’s such as farming, racing, construction working, etc. At Dune Buggy Adventours we want to provide you with the best type of ATV’s for you and your family to have the best day of your lives with us at Cozumel Island.

Cozumel + Party = Fun!

You’ve decided to come to Cozumel and have a really nice time and also party like no other time you have? Well we got some cool places you might want to look into! First of all we have the world famous Señor Frog’s.  It’s parties are like no other you’ve gone to. They have their well known “The Yard” which is a drink that is served in a bottle that is a yard in length and is made to drive people crazy! We also recommend Muellecito which is a restaurant bar right in “El Malecon” in front of La Mega retail store. It is quite a tiny place but it’s lots of fun and has a lot of really nice drinks. Last but not least we have the famous Tiki Tok, which is also a restaurant bar but with live music, you can listen to rock and roll classic covers or also modern tracks that will get you dancing.
Don’t trust us, you’ll have to experience it yourself!

Types of Dune Buggys

At Dune Buggy Adventour we offer a tour through Cozumel’s jungle in order to get to Punta Sur or to San Gervasio Park. You’ll ride on Rail Dune Buggys with a standard Volkswagen 1600 engine and our new automatic Volkswagen Vento 2018 and 2019 2 liter engine. But what type of other buggys are there? There are three types of buggys. One is the beach buggy and the design is usually a roofless vehicle with a rear-mounted engine. Another type of buggy is the Beetle-based buggies which was used because the rear engine layout improves traction, the air-cooled engine avoids the complexities and failure points associated with a water-cooled engine, the front suspension was considered cheap and robust and the spare parts from Volkswagen were cheap and readily available. Next up we have the sand-rail buggys which are the ones that are used at Cozumel’s Dune Buggy, these buggys are built up from the ground to make them unique, they are usually built as a spaceframe by welding steel tubes together. The name sand-rail is due to the frame “rails” present. The advantage of this method is that the fabricator can change fundamental parts of the vehicle (usually the suspension and addition of a built-in roll cage). Sand-rails, as per dune buggies, often have the engine located behind the driver. Sizes can vary from a small-engine one-seat size to four-seat vehicles with eight or more cylinders. We invite you to meet our buggys down at Cozumel’s Dune Buggy Adventour!

ATV adventours!

When we talk about great experiences at Cozumel you cannot miss out on ATV Adventour! You will ride on our Honda TRX 350 Quadbike as you make your way through the jungle from El Rancho to Mezcalitos beach. You will not regret the sights you’ll see and the incredible beach that awaits for you at Mezcalitos. This is a 2 hour ride and you can choose between a double quad-bike or a single one. You can also experience the journey of a life-time on the trip to El Castillo. This is a only single bike ride due to the fact that is a 3 hour ride to one of the most ancient Mayan ruins on the island. You’ll ride your way through the jungle in order to witness this great piece of ancient architecture. We’re sure you won’t regret both of this tours when you come to Cozumel.