All about Riviera Maya
The Riviera Maya is a tourist destination towns and villages along the coastal located on the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. It has been recognized as spanning from Playa del Carmen. The Riviera Maya is a tourist’s paradise and has the accommodations to meet the annual influx of visitors. The region has grand all-inclusive resorts, boutique hotels, fine dining, and beautiful beaches. The capital of the Riviera Maya is Playa Del Carmen, which is a sprawling beach Mecca of Mexico. Each of the towns in the Riviera Maya has its own unique attributes. There is really something for everyone in the Riviera Maya.
The Riviera Maya has plenty to see and do. It has plenty of activities for tourists including guided jungle tours, visiting the eco-theme parks of Xcaret and Xel-Ha, zip-lining, swimming with dolphins, horseback riding, or water based activities such as snorkeling, windsurfing, scuba diving and jet skiing.
5 Things You Must Do When You Stay in Riviera Maya
Just kick back, enjoy the beach… and the cocktails.
Riviera Maya is a brilliant place to relax and unwind, it’s one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world.
2. Playa del Carmen Nightlife
Dine out and party all night.
Playa del Carmen’s nightlife is something to behold. You can enjoy some of the Riviera’s finest cuisine, sip cocktails at one of the Playa’s many beach-side bars and dance the night away in several popular clubs.
Picture perfect beaches.
With picture-perfect sands, azure waters and a refreshingly laid back vibe, Tulum is a town like no other. Worth a visit for the awe-inspiring Mayan ruins alone, the much-loved coastal region has a great deal to offer beyond its ancient sites. Tulum is undeniably zen yet action-packed adventure from relaxing beach-side yoga to brave kite surfing. A dip in the cool waters of Tulum’s many cenotes is a must-do activity.
4. Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
Meet the spectacular sea life of the world’s second largest reef system.
Spend the day relaxing on the white sands under a palm tree, or floating in the warm waters, watching the tropical fish and turtles graze and float around you. The warm ocean and the stunning variety of coral, tropical fish and larger sea creatures make it a paradise for snorkelers and scuba divers.
5. Swim in a Cenote
Take a refreshing and unforgettable dip in these mysterious water caves.
Cenotes are large natural sinkholes, and an iconic feature of the Yucatan Peninsula’s geography. It is a prefect place for tourists who want to swim, snorkel and relax in a unique environment. Most cenotes are filled with fresh water that has been filtered slowly through the ground, so it is very pure and clean. With the water visibility being so high, they’re a perfect spot for snorkeling and scuba diving.
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