Welcome to Riviera Maya!

Riviera Maya is a tourist area of ​​Mexico, Yucatan, located along the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo. It extends along the coast from the town of Isla Blanca to the north to the town of Punta Allen to the south. It has large tourist complexes of 5-star international class hotels and other categories, most of which are all-inclusive complexes. It offers excellent activities to do such as golf and deep and shallow fishing, diving, snorkeling, excellent lunches and dinners in its restaurants and swimming with dolphins. Enjoy the sun, the waves, the reefs, cenotes and spaces to live the nightlife to the fullest, exclusive spas and shopping centers. Along the Riviera Maya there are several points of interest. Several of them by themselves are already recognized for being excellent options for the visitor. In each one you can find different options for entertainment, fun and culture. Examples of them are Puerto Morelos, Playa del Carmen, Tulum and Puerto Aventuras. Playa del Carmen is a town that attracts national and international visitors for its Caribbean atmosphere and lively nightlife. In Tulum, most of the hotels are ecological or boutique type, offering a unique experience to rest a few steps from the sea. In the surroundings of the town you will find all-inclusive hotels of the most recognized chains in the sector.

Cancun International Airport is the main gateway to the Riviera Maya. The coastal highway that connects the city of Cancun with Tulum and another that connects the cities of Tulum and Cobá are the main land communication routes. In Playa del Carmen there is the ferry service to the island of Cozumel. The Riviera Maya offers many activities to do, from lazy days sunbathing to sports and exploration adventures. Diving in the sea or in underground rivers, horseback riding and entering the jungle. The Yucatan peninsula is full of cenotes, which are natural wells made up of water filtered through the limestone soil. Some of them are covered, while others are outdoors. The number of cenotes to explore is almost innumerable. Among the most important in the Riviera Maya are the Taj Majal, La Ponderosa, Dos Ojos, Calavera, Cristal, Escondido and the Gran Cenote that are part of the so-called Ruta de los Cenotes. One of the favorite activities of visitors is diving in the Great Mayan Reef, as it is the second largest reef in the world. Cenote diving has also become a popular sport since it cannot be done anywhere else in the world.

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