Traveling to the Riviera Maya is not just for the young. It’s also a great place of exploration for the young at heart.
AARP’s Travel Trends survey indicates that Baby Boomers will take four to five trips a year, about half to “relax and rejuvenate” and half to “get away from everyday life.” When visiting international destinations, they want to interact and tour with locals, dine on authentic foods, and enjoy cultural experiences. There are many ways of accomplishing those travel goals, and we’ve gathered some ideas for journeys that will inspire 50-somethings to get out their calendars and start making plans. (From Travel and Leisure)
Here are a few of our favorite places in the Riviera Maya.