This Mayan city in the jungle is in the south and home to Howler monkeys heard, but not seen on the site.
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Visitors love the feeling of simpler days and old Mexico charm in Puerto Morelos. This beach town has one of the largest stretch of beach in the Riviera Maya with beach restaurants serving great food.
This is a newly open cenote that is a full day adventure. Kayak, swim, snorkel, and eat at this full service cenote and water park.
Great fresh water cenote for swimming and snorkeling. This is a little known cenote that is used mainly by cave divers but swimmers and snorkelers are welcome.
A smaller and more economical cousin of other eco parks in the Riviera Maya but packed with wonder and adventure. Read more about one of the top ten underground walkways in the world.
Want to try scuba diving? You can do that here! Warm clear water and experienced professionals make this a great place to just give it a try.
Archaeologists believe Cobá is one of the most important sites on the Yucatan Peninsula as this city had a very different purpose.
Uxmal and Chichen Itza can overshadow the Mayapan Ruins, but include this ruin on your list as Mayapán is worth seeing.
The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, just south of Tulum, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of the most sensitive eco-systems in the area. The beaches are raw, and mostly untouched.
This cenote is one of the most popular ones in the area for a good reason. Dos Ojos translated means ‘Two Eyes’. This cenote is part of a large cavern system and has two open water entrances. Both areas provide a different understanding and view of the caverns from a snorkelers and divers perspective. Snorkelers will love the view both below and above the water.