Accommodations

The Riviera Maya runs along Highway 307, which snakes down the Caribbean coast and encompasses one of the busiest sections of tourism in Mexico. Visitors from around the world are invited to make themselves at home here, dining, shopping, and relaxing to their heart's content. After long days of exploring, there are hundreds of accommodations to suite every style available, in prices that are able to fit into any budget you can draw up. Riviera Maya offers accommodation options… more…

Hotels

Whether swank or budget friendly, you'll… more…

Villa Complexes

Condos and villa complexes tend to be… more…

All Inclusive

Originally known as the Cancun-Tulum… more…

Activities

When it comes to the Riviera Maya, the question shouldn't be what is there to do, but what isn't there to do? Activities are plentiful in this area which runs from just south of Cancun all the way down to Punta Allen, whether you want to spend your time in the water, in the sand, or exploring… more…

Diving

The Great Mesoamerican Reef is accessible from the Riviera Maya, which… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

The Riviera Maya is a great destination for those who… more…

Fishing

All along the Riviera Maya you'll find big game, deep… more…

Beaches

The Riviera Maya stretches along the Caribbean coast from Puerto Morelos to Tulum. As you might imagine, there are dozens upon dozens… more…

Natural Attractions

The beauty of the Riviera Maya is believed to be unmatched by millions.… more…

Restaurants

What can be said about dining in the Riviera Maya except that it is… more…

Attractions

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Transportation

A collection of beachfront towns that run along the Caribbean coast of… more…

Air Travel

Although the Riviera Maya is comprised of a collection of towns along… more…

Rental Cars

Renting a car for a visit to the Riviera Maya is a great option if you're… more…

Sailing & Boating

The Riveria Maya's location along the… more…

Taxis

There are a few options available to… more…

Beaches

The Riviera Maya stretches along the… more…

Snorkeling

The Riviera Maya is comprised of the Caribbean Coast of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, which means warm, clear waters that are ideal for snorkeling. The great thing about snorkeling in the Riviera Maya is that there is a lot of variety. If you start… more…

Sailing & Boating

The Riveria Maya's location along the Caribbean coast means that the… more…

Fishing

All along the Riviera Maya you'll find big game, deep… more…

Diving

The Great Mesoamerican Reef is accessible from the Riviera… more…

Attractions

Starting just below Cancun, the Riviera Maya stretches down to Tulum, and within this coridor is a wide selection of attractions. Beaches,… more…

Landmarks

For sure, the most popular attractions in the Riviera Maya are the Mayan… more…

Beaches

The Riviera Maya stretches along the Caribbean coast from Puerto Morelos… more…

Natural Attractions

Weather

Cancún, Cozumel, and the rest of the Mexican Caribbean have the sun's attention year-round. The region's annual temperature averages a comfortable 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius), dipping from time to time as low as 65 degrees Fahrenheit (19 degrees Celsius) in January. In May, the mercury can rise to 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), though ocean breezes cool the region. In the Yucatan, however,… more…

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