The turquoise Caribbean waters of Soliman Bay in the Mayan Riviera are situated along the second largest reef in the world, and are teeming with coral and a vast variety of sea life,all of which makes Soliman Bay one of the best places to snorkel on the Mayan Riviera. Colorful schools of Fish, Rays, Sea Turtles, Puffers and Barracuda are just a few of the marine species that inhabit these waters. Thanks to the protection of the reef, which runs between the two points of Soliman Bay, the water is calms and provides safety from the open sea for the sea creatures as well as swimmers, kayakers and snorkelers.
Inside our Soliman Bay luxury vacation rentals, our discerning guests will find all of the amenities expected from properties of this high caliber. Whatever the size of your party, we can readily accommodate you in one of our Soliman Bay luxury vacation properties. Our upscale villas range in size from an intimate 2 bedrooms and 2 baths for a party of 4 all the way to a event-sized property of 10 bedrooms and 11 baths, accommodating up to 24. Exterior amenities include unobstructed views of the sea, easy beach access, private pools and hot tubs, expansive patios with summer kitchens and al fresco dining. Impeccable living spaces utilizing the finest local materials and artisans, resulting in superior craftsmanship and one-of-a-kind luxury. All modern amenities and state of the art electronics are represented in our luxury Soliman Bay vacation homes, including wireless Internet, Smart home technology and state-of-the-art home security systems. Additional conveniences include dedicated home office space, game rooms, massage rooms and reflection/meditation rooms.
Many of the area’s activities are based on the water and the proximity of the reef. These include kayaking, snorkeling and swimming. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, you might visit the Mayan ruins of Tulum or Chichen Itza, both within an easy-to-reach distance. Xplor Park is many experiences in one. Here you can sail through the sky on zip-lines, ride in amphibious vehicles deep in the Mayan jungle, paddle with your hands aboard rafts, walk through ancient caverns and caves deep inside the Earth, and swim in an underground river.