I would say that in its totality, the whole experience was fun. I would however highlight a few details about each of the experiences.
The zip line part of this was probably the most “stressful”, due to how long you’d have to walk between each line. There’s a lot of hills and steps, so beware if you aren’t someone who is used to walking frequently. There are some really short lines, slow lines, and really fast ones.
Riding on the ATV, in my opinion, was a little bit underwhelming. You are basically just riding around the whole jungle facility in a group. It’s pretty controlled and you’re only going as fast as your group lets you. It’s still a nice ride but not as thrilling as I expected.
The cenote swim was really nice. Unfortunately, the cave is really dark as there isn’t a lot of natural light coming in, so that takes away from being able to see the beautiful water or the caves. Nonetheless, the mini-history talk given is really insightful and allows you to really appreciate nature. The water is really cold too, which might be a really nice thing depending on how your day goes. Our group did the zip lines and ATVs first, so doing the cenote swim last was really nice.
One last thing to note is that the organizers are very very very disorganized. There was quite a lot of confusion when our group got to the location as to what we were doing first. We wasted about 30+ minus going back and forth and waiting. Can be a little irritating but just something to note.