Mayan Riviera & Playacar
Riviera Maya

This is more of a concept – the Riviera Maya actually is a tourism district that spans the line from Cancun crossing to Playa del Carmen and on to Tulum. This tourist corridor is 180 kilometers along the coastline of the Yucatan Peninsula. This belongs to the state of Quintana Roo. It is all about pristine white beaches, prestigious hotels, sultry tropical jungles, coral reefs, Mayan ruins, shopping, a flurry of sports activities or simple relaxation under the sun – everything one could want in a dream vacation.

The Riviera Maya boasts a wide variety of attractions. Not only will you enjoy powdery white beaches, a subtropical climate, the unique geological attraction that is the cenote, and a whole lot more. There are plenty of diversions and entertainment options.

Aside from Playa del Carmen, the destinations in the Riviera Maya include the following:

What To See and Do in the Riviera Maya

Beaches: The Riviera Maya's premier position along the Caribbean Sea promises beaches with azure waters and pristine white sand. The Riviera Maya also boasts the Great Mayan Reef, which is second only in size to the Australian Great Barrier Reef. This limestone formation is home to breathtaking aquatic life- colored tropical fishes, corals, majestic sea turtles and more!

All-inclusive resorts: The Riviera Maya is filled with all-inclusive resorts that promise a dream vacation with the utmost of luxury and comfort. Now, if that isn't more of your style, there are also bohemian and laid-back types of resorts.

Cenotes: These are your gateways to an amazing underground river system. You can explore cenotes by going snorkeling or scuba diving. This is an experience like no other, so don't miss it!

Archaeological Ruins: The Riviera Maya is a top destination if you are looking for a bit of history, culture and architecture. Some of the most prominent Mayan ruins can be found here.

Watersports: You can go kayaking, reef diving, wreck diving, sailing, sports fishing, parasailing and so much more.

Jungle Adventure: You can explore the deep forests and commune with nature in a really big way. The jungles are the habitat of species endemic to the Yucatan Peninsula, such as the spider monkey, pelicans, alligators and more.

Golf: The Riviera Maya has quite a number of golf courses that are designed by prestigious course designers such as Jack Nicklaus and Robert Von Hagge.
Nature Tripping: Combine all the above-mentioned activities in one go! The Riviera Maya has quite a number of nature parks and biosphere reserves that lets you enjoy eco-adventure sports, bird-watching, cenote exploring and so much more- all in one place!

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