There are many beautiful places to adventure on your vacation in the Mayan Riviera. These five off the beaten path trips include cenotes, museums and markets.
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These off the beaten path cenotes in the Mayan Riviera offer a tranquil escape and a fun adventure. Located near Tulum, Akumal and Coba.
Did you know archaeologists estimate that less than 10% of the ancient Mayan ruins believed to exist have actually been excavated?
A guide to the best cenotes to explore in RIviera Maya
The Haciendas of Yucatan emerged as family businesses in colonial times (17th century) and have now become historical attractions for visitors to Yucatan state. Many of the haciendas were originally cattle ranches and later converted to henequen. Henequén is a type of agave cactus (family Agavaceae) which is processed for its fibers, primarily to produce rope. The fiber strands are known as sisal and are similar to processed hemp fiber. Sisal fiber was an important export of Yucatan in the mid to late 1800’s and early 1900’s. In the 1830’s there were attempts at large scale sisal production but the lack of shredding machinery limited the supply.
Enjoy of a great night at the bars with the best live music in Playa del Carmen. Which is also host of the best discotheques and clubs in Riviera Maya.
Francisco Uh May is a small Mayan puebla located between Tulum and the Coba ruins. Definitely worth a visit, this charming village is home to wonderful arts and crafts.
It is impossible to visit the Mexican Caribbean and not to fall in love with the majestic flora and fauna. The diversity is immense and often is possible to appreciate wild animals in their natural habitat if we are lucky enough. The bad side of the story is that not everyone respect the freedom and welfare of these incredible creatures. The illegal traffic of animals that are native of this region and also other parts of the world, is more common than we think. Therefore the organizations in charge of their protection have to work twice as hard to ensure they are not damaged or threatened in any way.
Mexican Independence Day is a major celebration full of authentic food, drinks, live music and dancing, it´s celebrated very September 15th.
This is a great day trip to observe monkeys in the jungles of the Riviera Maya. This sustainable tourism activity is fun and educational.