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Balamku ruins

Balamkú, located just a few miles from Calakmul in the state of Campeche, has the largest surviving stucco frieze found at any of the excavated Mayan settlements.

Tankah Bay

Sheltered from the noise of civilization by lush mangrove jungle and protected from waves by an outer reef break, Tankah beach is a wonderful place for you to relax, sunbathe and explore the exotic underwater life. This beach is very different from its neighbor, Soliman Bay. Check out the beaches of Tankah and the adjacent cenote, Cenote Manatee, a mangrove cenote that is full of underwater life.

Chac Mool Cenote

This is a cenote with brackish water, a delicate mix of salt and fresh water that highlights the water density differences in a halocline. The beautifully decorated cavern that displays some of the best underground water systems in the area. This is a cenote for divers, snorkeling is not recommended. The entrance is too small for swimmers. Divers can enter this cenote with a local dive center.

Cenote snorkel

See what lies beneath the surface in these jungle fresh water pools. You will be amazed at the what you see both above and below the water.

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The Riviera Maya Golf Club at Bahia Principe is located between Tulum and Playa del Carmen near the village of Akumal. The club offers both an 18 hole, par 72 championship course and a 1,356 yard 9-hole, par 27 course. You can decide how much time and how many holes you want to play.

If you are close to visit Riviera Maya and are wondering about places to eat. We have one of the best options right between Playa del Carmen and Tulum. Oscar & Lalo´s has been one of the favorite restaurants for many years now. Due to its proximity to the highway is very easy to access.

Tulum Beach

Tulum’s wide sandy beaches helped to put the Riviera Maya on the world-tourism map. Located around 145 km (75 miles) south of Cancun, this is a popular beach location and for good reason.