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Riviera Maya,

 

Riviera Maya Tours

Playa del Carmen With long stretches of beautiful beaches, the calm turquoise sea protected from strong currents by Cozumel, and an array of diverse lifestyles, it did not take long for Playa, as it is usually called, to become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico. The heart of the city is enticing, cosmopolitan and busy; its main avenue, “la Quinta” (Fifth) has a distinctly Bohemian flavor. A variety of water sports are available at its beaches and nearby cenotes or underground freshwater pools. There also are myriad options to enjoy dining, music and partying. They’re all part of Playa’s acclaimed nightlife. Tulum Built on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean during the Post-Classic period, Tulum was once one of the most important Mayan commercial centers. There is a small beach beside the site where visitors can take a refreshing dip. The town of Tulum, one kilometer further south, surprises visitors with its international atmosphere. Puerto Aventuras The first planned resort town built south of Cancun is a very exclusive and beautiful tourist development. It’s a favorite for people who want to relax in comfort. The center of town is a marina, a lovely inlet full of boats surrounded by charming restaurants and stores. Other attractions in the Riviera Maya: the towns of Puerto Morelos and Akumal; the cenotes Aktun Chen, Kantun Chi and Río Secreto. Thematic Parks Some area attractions are model theme parks leading the sustainable tourism trend. In the Riviera Maya, you’ll find Xcaret, an eco-archaeological paradise; Xel-Há, the biggest natural aquarium; and Xplor, a unique underground world.

 

Amenities:

This stunning region, located on the far eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula is comprised of small communities where there are infinite possibilities for exploration and enjoyment.

The Caribbean, the most beautiful sea in the world, extends to the horizon and there are miles of unforgettable beaches. The coast is set with cenotes, caves, theme parks, archaeological sites, and the great Maya Reef is just offshore.

 

Dining & Restaurants:

Why Riviera Maya
The Riviera Maya, a natural paradise that merges with the waters of the Caribbean Sea, is a coastal strip that stretches more than 120 km (75 mi) from Puerto Morelos to Punta Allen, in the state of Quintana Roo and is considered one of the fastest growing tourist destinations over the last decade.

 

Top ten reasons to visit the Riviera Maya



Exceptional Climate
The climate in the Riviera Maya is semi-tropical with average temperatures ranging from: 20° to 30°C (68° to 86°F) during January to March…
World’s second longest coral reef
A major attraction throughout the Riviera Maya is the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, largest in the Americas and second in size worldwide.



Mayan Legacy
The Mayans were sophisticated people way ahead of their contemporaries. Three thousand years of history, spectacular architecture and accumulated knowledge left an exceptional cultural heritage.


Amazing Touristy Infrastructure
The Riviera Maya is known for boosting extraordinary all-inclusive resorts and often smaller not less charming boutique hotels. There are dozens to choose from…


White Sandy Beaches
The Riviera Maya, also known as the Mayan Riviera, features some 60 miles of white sandy beaches. Some of them, like Playa Maroma, belong to the very best in the Caribbean.


World-class Golf
Golf courses offer challenging and playful grounds for both amateurs and professionals. From the PGA championship course at Cameleon Mayakoba to the Riviera Maya Golf Club…


Striking Theme parks
The self-named ecoparks of Xcaret, Xplor and Xel-Ha include some smaller archeological ruins as part of their attractions, However, these theme parks attract much larger crowds due to the diversity…


Spectacular Activities
Stunning beaches, turquoise blue waters, Mayan jungles, world-class golf courses and mystic underground caves and rivers make for an unparalleled choice of different outdoor activities in the Riviera Maya.


Dazzling Meeting Facilities
No matter how large or small your convention or meeting is, many hotels offer state-of-the-art meeting facilities and lots of space for outdoor events.
Fast Airline connections
Most tourists arrive to the Riviera Maya through Cancun International Airport, approximately 50 km (31 mi) north of Playa del Carmen. Daily commercial and charter flights connect directly from the main US Cities and Europe.

Meeting Room Specs:

To view your hotel options and the meeting room specs for each, visit our Riviera Maya Hotels page.

 

Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya, in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo –better known in the tourism world as the Mexican Caribbean– is located in the northeastern of the Yucatan Peninsula, bordered to the north by Cancun (Municipality of Benito Juarez), west by the states of Yucatan and Campeche, south by the Grand Costa Maya (Chetumal) and to the east by the beautiful Caribbean Sea. It has an area of approximately 120 miles long and 1.637 square miles.
 

Riviera Maya

Playa del Carmen With long stretches of beautiful beaches, the calm turquoise sea protected from strong currents by Cozumel, and an array of diverse lifestyles, it did not take long for Playa, as it is usually called, to become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico. The heart of the city is enticing, cosmopolitan and busy; its main avenue, “la Quinta” (Fifth) has a distinctly Bohemian flavor. A variety of water sports are available at its beaches and nearby cenotes or underground freshwater pools. There also are myriad options to enjoy dining, music and partying. They're all part of Playa’s acclaimed nightlife. Tulum Built on a cliff overlooking the Caribbean during the Post-Classic period, Tulum was once one of the most important Mayan commercial centers. There is a small beach beside the site where visitors can take a refreshing dip. The town of Tulum, one kilometer further south, surprises visitors with its international atmosphere. Puerto Aventuras The first planned resort town built south of Cancun is a very exclusive and beautiful tourist development. It’s a favorite for people who want to relax in comfort. The center of town is a marina, a lovely inlet full of boats surrounded by charming restaurants and stores. Other attractions in the Riviera Maya: the towns of Puerto Morelos and Akumal; the cenotes Aktun Chen, Kantun Chi and Río Secreto. Thematic Parks Some area attractions are model theme parks leading the sustainable tourism trend. In the Riviera Maya, you’ll find Xcaret, an eco-archaeological paradise; Xel-Há, the biggest natural aquarium; and Xplor, a unique underground world.

Amenities:

This stunning region, located on the far eastern coast of the Yucatan Peninsula is comprised of small communities where there are infinite possibilities for exploration and enjoyment.

The Caribbean, the most beautiful sea in the world, extends to the horizon and there are miles of unforgettable beaches. The coast is set with cenotes, caves, theme parks, archaeological sites, and the great Maya Reef is just offshore.

Dining & Restaurants:

Why Riviera Maya The Riviera Maya, a natural paradise that merges with the waters of the Caribbean Sea, is a coastal strip that stretches more than 120 km (75 mi) from Puerto Morelos to Punta Allen, in the state of Quintana Roo and is considered one of the fastest growing tourist destinations over the last decade.

Top ten reasons to visit the Riviera Maya

Exceptional Climate The climate in the Riviera Maya is semi-tropical with average temperatures ranging from: 20° to 30°C (68° to 86°F) during January to March... World’s second longest coral reef A major attraction throughout the Riviera Maya is the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System, largest in the Americas and second in size worldwide. Mayan Legacy The Mayans were sophisticated people way ahead of their contemporaries. Three thousand years of history, spectacular architecture and accumulated knowledge left an exceptional cultural heritage. Amazing Touristy Infrastructure The Riviera Maya is known for boosting extraordinary all-inclusive resorts and often smaller not less charming boutique hotels. There are dozens to choose from... White Sandy Beaches The Riviera Maya, also known as the Mayan Riviera, features some 60 miles of white sandy beaches. Some of them, like Playa Maroma, belong to the very best in the Caribbean. World-class Golf Golf courses offer challenging and playful grounds for both amateurs and professionals. From the PGA championship course at Cameleon Mayakoba to the Riviera Maya Golf Club... Striking Theme parks The self-named ecoparks of Xcaret, Xplor and Xel-Ha include some smaller archeological ruins as part of their attractions, However, these theme parks attract much larger crowds due to the diversity... Spectacular Activities Stunning beaches, turquoise blue waters, Mayan jungles, world-class golf courses and mystic underground caves and rivers make for an unparalleled choice of different outdoor activities in the Riviera Maya. Dazzling Meeting Facilities No matter how large or small your convention or meeting is, many hotels offer state-of-the-art meeting facilities and lots of space for outdoor events. Fast Airline connections Most tourists arrive to the Riviera Maya through Cancun International Airport, approximately 50 km (31 mi) north of Playa del Carmen. Daily commercial and charter flights connect directly from the main US Cities and Europe.
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