Xcaret is one of the Riviera Maya’s prized ecoparks that educates over one million visitors per year about Mayan history, local marine and wild life, indigenous culture, and the delicate ecosystem that defines the Mexican Caribbean.
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This month we are celebrating all the bodies of water that are in the Riviera Maya.
As ambassadors of this beautiful Paradise also called Riviera Maya, we are always on the search for beautiful and unique places. On our day off we enjoy spending time at beautiful beaches and finding great spots for snorkeling to bring new ideas for our travelers.
Join a birding eco-tour led by a PHD ornithologist, Dr. James Rotenberg, to define the link between migratory and endemic birds, and the Yucatan's cenotes in Quintana Ro
Adventure eco-tour by boat on waterways within the nature Sian Kaan biosphere reserve in Qunitana Roo, Mexico
Most of our travelers are always interested in finding stores to purchase the best souvenirs. The list is endless and the information can be overwhelming. But it´s easier if you stick to off the beaten track places, where quality and great rates are hand by hand.
Whale Shark Season is approaching and you can play a large part in conserving and protecting the largest fish in the world by participating in one of these tours! How? Why? Read on and find out.
Snorkeling with the Whale Sharks is the best way...
Of the many cenotes in the Riviera Maya, these are our top 5 choices for jumping off the cliff and into the water. Including Coba, Il Kin, Kin Ha and Samula
Playa del Carmen has a centrally located kids playgournd with a beach and ocean view making this a popular destination for both kids and parents in the Riviera Maya.
Punta Esmeralda is Playa del Carmen's hidden, local beach you don't want to miss. With an open cenote that flows to the Caribbean, it has perfect swimming conditions and an untouched beach. Access is completely free.