Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya

Riviera Maya Overview

Discover the small fishing village of Puerto Morelos, vibrant relaxed town of Playa Del Carmen, travel further south to the secluded town of Akumal and the popular hippy town Tulum. Along the way you will find Eco parks, wildlife sanctuaries (come face to face with a jaguar, spider monkeys and much more), find yourself walking amongst ancient ruins, zip-lining above the jungle canopies and swim in fresh water cenotes. Discover the wonders of the Riviera Maya.


The Riviera Maya sits on the  Caribbean coastline of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. The area has a year round tropical wet and dry climate, cooler months are from November to February and hotter humid months from March to September and hurricanes can be a threat between July and October. Getting to the amazing locations in the Riviera Maya, Cancun International Airport is the closest and biggest airport with daily international flights from all over the USA, Canada and Europe. From there you can hire a car, use the local bus network or organise private transport to get you to your destination.

The hardest part is working out which destination to go to, thankfully all are easily explored within a day, from Puerto Morelos to Akumal you have endless resorts, beautiful white sandy beaches that sit in the Caribbean.

Things to do in Riviera Maya

Beyond the sanctuary of your hotel and all-inclusive service there are endless tours and adventures waiting for you, the Riviera Maya really is beautiful paradise. Spend a day at one of the eco adventure parks where you can go ATV and quad bike driving through the jungle, zip-lining above the canopy tops, swimming with dolphins in their natural water environment, climb to the top of an ancient Maya pyramid the highest in the Yucatan Peninsula with the Coba Maya tour and explore and learn the history behind the ruins at Tulum.

Given the Riviera Maya’s location in the Caribbean you are surrounded by perfect white beaches which also means you are in the best location for diving, snorkeling and spending your days sailing and relaxing. Throughout the area is endless underground fresh water cenotes which is the perfect place to refresh and explore the rivers deep in the Mayan Jungle.


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