Super cool cenote that you can combine with a beach day. Xcacel has a lovely beach, but it also has a small fresh water cenote a few hundred meters in the jungle. Follow the sign off the Xcacel beach to locate this fun cenote. It is an open cenote that is best for swimming.
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Bone, Permit and Tarpon thrive in the remote saltwater flats and shallow brackish bays of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere. Farther south, in the remote village of Xcalak and Bacalar Chico you can land some world-class fishing. Take advantage of local fishing services and guides who take you to the best spots.
Chamico's is a hidden treasure close to Tulum. It's a perfect option for families with children and lovers of water sports.
This UNESCO Mayan ruin site is less crowded than others and with an overnight stay at local hotels, you can fully enjoy the Uxmal experience
Located at the boundaries of the Sian Ka’an Biosphere, Muyil Ruins is small, lush, has few visitors, and feels magical.
This off-the-beaten-track beach destination has remained Riviera Maya’s best-kept secret for a long time. Snorkeling and kayaking is a favorite past time after lunch at Chamico’s Restaurant.
This is another great diving cenote that a local dive center can guide you through. Light refraction, halocline, formations, and beautiful caverns make this cenote special. This is best viewed as a diver though there are great snorkeling and swimming options in this cenote. A small zipline takes you over and into the cenote to make this a fun half-day adventure.
From the beginner to the seasoned enthusiast, snorkeling in the Caribbean with local guides is exquisite! Choose from so many locations along the coast.
There is nothing like the unexpected thrill of having a sailfish dance on the water at the end of your line. It is hard to beat the feeling of your struggle with a Mahi Mahi as you reel your catch into the boat. The Riviera Maya is fisherman’s mecca and paradise with world class sport fishing year round.
While thousands of people look forward to playing golf when on vacation in the Riviera Maya, few actually know about Puerto Aventuras Golf and Racquet Club. Because not many people know about it, you can take as many shots as you want without feeling rushed. The greens and bunkers are in good shape and the two different pins per hole give not just 9 holes to play but 18 holes to play.