The Riviera Maya: The perfect Choice to experience real fun!

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The Riviera Maya, the perfect Choice to experience real fun!!! Featuring a wide variety of options suitable to all ages, interests and budgets, the Riviera Maya offers many holiday experiences in one destination, which has rapidly become one of Mexico’s as well as.

The Riviera Maya is located 11 miles South of Cancun International Airport and it extends to Tulum (the Walled City), one of the most important archaeological site in  the Mayan Culture.

A Family Vacation in the Riviera Maya, a place to learn and play!swiming
With its 125 miles of Caribbean Coastline, turquoise waters and warm sunshine, the Riviera Maya creates the perfect setting for families to play, relax and have fun all year-round.  For Nature and Culture lovers, you can find great eco-archaeological parks, offering unique activities to the area, such as magnificent underground rivers boasting stalactites and stalagmites (mineral formations ), swimming with dolphins, wander jungle-shrouded trails, an aquarium where the Ocean meets fresh water springs and as grand finale a first class Pre-Hispanic-Mexican Live Show.

Romance, Riviera Maya Style!romance
One of the most romantic corners in the world is the Riviera Maya! It boasts luxury hotels, private villas or sprawling honeymoon suites with private terraces, Jacuzzis and even their very own private pools. Some of the accommodation options are adults-only, geared exclusively to ensure that romantic moments remain undisturbed. Many of the spas offer couple’s massages and treatments in private suites and special honeymoon packages. Candlelit restaurants with soothing water views, a plethora of bars and clubs, some perched right on the sand, are the ingredients to make the perfect gateway retreat.

Dive in!!Dive in!
Home to the Mesoamerican Coral reef, the largest one in the Northern Hemisphere, the Riviera Maya is a Mecca for divers of all interest and skill levels. The area’s water teem with hundred of species of submarine life, among them eagle rays, barracudas, moray eels and puffers.

Divers around the world are attracted to the Riviera Maya’s hundred of miles of crystal water underground sink holes (Cenotes, from the Mayan language Dzonot), geological formations unique to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and naturally created 6500 years ago, as well as the rivers that feed them. The best cenotes and cave diving locations can be found all along the Riviera Maya coast only few minutes drive from the hotels.

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