Costa Maya photo of the day – Mahahual boat captain

Posted April 29, 2013 by Kay Walten in Riviera Maya Destinations,Riviera Maya Photos,Sustainable Tourism

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Check this cool guy out on a boat in Mahahaul. This is a great photo taken in the Costa Maya that really portrays the area well. Cool captain, great boat for snorkeling and scuba diving on the Chinchurro Banks, a laid back feel and beautiful. Could you get a bluer sea or a bluer sky? Could it be more picture perfect? Costa Maya is located just to the south of the Riviera Maya. The first town is Mahahual, a cruise ship destination but a neighbourhood Mayan village. Xcalak and Bacalar are also located in the Costa Maya, giving people a few choices for their vacation.

Find out more about Mahahual, south of the Riviera Maya but still on the Caribbean Sea. The beaches are great, the people a lot of fun and lots to do if you are like diving, snorkeling, sustainable activities and sustainable tours.

 

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