Xcaret Eco Park is a Nature theme park highlighting the beauty and diversity of the Mexican Caribbean with exibits that include marine turtles, dolphins, fish butterflies, cave & underground river, beach and more.
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Akumal locals and regular visitors know Que Onda, located next to Yalku Lagoon, is filled with fresh pasta and romance. This quaint, jungle restaurant has served delicious Italian food to many vacationing couples for over 15 years.
El Meco, a small but influential Mayan Archaeological site located in Cancun, is well preserved and just recently opened to the public.
This residential and resort area a hop, skip, and a jump from Central Playa del Carmen, offers a long stretch of beach for resort guests and vacation homes renters that love long walks on the beach.
This is a very popular open cenote just steps from the Caribbean in Tankah Bay. Surrounded by mangroves, this cenote has both fresh and salt water fish, and in days gone past manatees lived in this location. This is a personal favorite place for a great day, and we love diving here. This is an environmentally diverse location that will capture you.
This is a divers cenote, as it is best seen and experienced as a scuba diver. Though it is a cavern dive, and can be set up as a cavern tour through a local dive center, it is described as the closest to the cave dive an open water diver can experience.
Want to be like Indy? You can act like Indiana Jones on the Selvatica Jungle adventure tour and zip-line tours! Learn more about one of the Riviera Maya's most popular adventures.
La Taverna offers a beautiful setting for groups or an intimate dinner for two. The Italian inspired meals and service are exceptional. La Taverna serves fresh pasta, pizzas, seafood and other Italian style dishes.