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The Tulum ruins have extended hours until 7:00 PM. This means you can now visit the ruins during sunset hours. So memorable!
If you are unfamiliar with cenotes (say-note-tay) then you need to check these off the beach location out! They are a sneak peak into the diverse ecosystem of the Riviera Maya and a ton of fun. They are fresh water systems that are cooler than the sea, are are shallow and a great place to start snorkeling if you are a beginner.
This 3 day trip report is a travel itinerary written by locals who live near the Sian Kaan Biosphere in the Riviera Maya Mexico, a UNESCO site.
Yal Ku Lagoon is a inland lagoon that connects to the Caribbean. Fresh water from surrounding cenotes escapes to the sea in this area. The result is a calm waterway that mixes both fresh and salt water called brackish water and creates a home for many fish species.
A moonless night, a summer breeze, and a secluded Mexican beach… these conditions provide a heavenly setting where travelers can experience the natural phenomenon known as “bioluminescence”. On the island of Holbox, the calm waters come alive at the darkest hours of the night with millions of tiny glowing lights.
Mayan ruins in the Riviera Maya, Cancun, Yucatan and Campeche can keep you busy for a long, long, time. Deciding which ruins to go to can be a challenge when you have limited vacation time. Read on as we have a solution for you!
If you are looking for some ideas for your next vacation to Mexico's Mayan Riviera, this 7 day plan includes ruins, beaches, colonial cities and cenotes.
Great for overnight visits or day tripping from the Riviera Maya, Valladolid Yucatan, offers culture, history and beautiful cenotes.
Quintana Roo is the host of 4 different species, out of a total of 7 species of Sea turtles in the world. We are very excited to have such an honor and keep welcoming these beautiful Mamas, who choose our beaches to build their nests.