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The Riches of the Mexican Riviera - Discover the stunning landscape and culture of Riviera Maya
By Morena D.
One of the most traveled countries in the world, Mexico is rich in culture, cuisine, and natural beauty. Located along the Great Mayan Reef, the second longest barrier reef system in the world, Riviera Maya offers pristine, coastal landscape alongside luxury travel resorts. A stunning deserted pier in the turquoise sea. Scenic Beaches and Sparkling Seascap...
Riviera Maya is the Caribbean Coastline’s treasured vacation destination. A longstanding reputation as Mexico’s premier tourist spot, the region attracts luxury travelers from across the globe with its sun-drenched white sand beaches and sparkling aquamarine waters - an unrivaled picture of paradise. The name conjures up an image of relaxed vacatio...
6 Stunning Sites to Visit on the Riviera Maya
The Riviera Maya stretches from the south side of Cancun down to just past Tulum. Riviera Maya is emerging as Mexico’s premier tourist destination with visitors topping 4.4 million in 2014, up from 2.2 million in 2005, according to Forbes. 1. Chichen Itza A visit to the excavated site of Chichen Itza is a must. Further offshore, the reef b...
Best Things to Do in the Riviera Maya
Located just south of Cancun and bordering the Caribbean Sea, the Riviera Maya is one of Mexico’s ultimate resort stretches. With beach communities spanning from Puerto Morelos to Tulum, you’ll have no shortage of unforgettable adventures at your fingertips. The Best Beaches in the Riviera Maya More than anything, the Riviera Maya is known for i...
The 5 Best Beaches on the Riviera Maya
Located along the Yucatán Peninsula in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, the Riviera Maya—or Mayan Riviera—is one of Mexico’s top coastal resort districts, home to iconic cities like Playa Del Carmen, Akumal, and Puerto Morelos. The Mayan Riviera starts a few miles south of Cancún, spanning from Puerto Morelos down to Tulum. ...
Tips for Visiting the Tulum Ruins
The Mayan ruins in Tulum, Mexico, are a must-see attraction for anyone visiting the gorgeous Riviera Maya. Structures like Pyramid El Castillo (pictured above), Temple of the Frescoes, and Temple of the Descending God comprise some of the world’s most breathtaking ancient landmarks. They rest along the coast of Tulum, about 2.5 miles (4.1 kilometers) from the...
9 Unforgettable Things to do in Riviera Maya
Visit the Ruins If you have an interest in history, you won’t want to miss these pieces of the Mayan peoples distant past. Tulum Tulum has developed quite the laid-back bohemian vibe, from its days as a quiet, sleepy fishing village. With its yoga studios, beautiful resorts, chic boutiques and mouth-watering restaurants, well-heeled hippies are flockin...
The New Tulum
Located on the Caribbean coast of Mexico, Tulum is a treasure trove of Mayan history, sugary sand beaches, impossibly clear water and the laid-back, welcoming vibe of Mexican culture. Those seeking a quiet respite from a busy life, to enjoy things like yoga on the beach, snorkeling along a coral reef, exploring ancient ruins or enjoying a meal with fresh-from...
The Best Tulum Cenotes For Everyone From Beginners to Pros
If you plan on paying a visit to the gorgeous Yucatán Peninsula, specifically to the town of Tulum that lies along Mexico’s Caribbean shore in Quintana Roo, there are certain excursions that can’t be missed. There are great ruins like the Temple of the Descending Gods and the Temple of the Frescoes, scenic natural wonders like the Parque Nacional...
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