The Mayan Riviera All Inclusive Resorts
The Mayan Riviera All Inclusive Resorts, a 150-Km Strip of Unspoiled Beaches
and Tropical Forest
The Mayan Riviera All Inclusive Resorts is a 150-km strip of unspoiled beaches and tropical
forest that is located 40 km south from Cancun. The area known as the Mayan Riviera covers
some small communities and little towns that offer tourists some of the best holiday options
in the Caribbean. Crystal clear waters bathe amazing white sand beaches in this southeast
end of the Yucatan Peninsula.
Cancun, a world known tourist destination in the northern tip of the coast has been the focus
of tourism in the Caribbean for many years. Today, a new destination, the Mayan Riviera All
Inclusive Resorts has called attention of tourists all over the world for its interesting
cultural and historical sites.
Compared to Cancun, the Mayan Riviera All Inclusive Resorts is not such a crowded area.
Here, miles of secluded virgin beaches with clear turquoise waters stretch out
surrounded by one of the largest coral reefs in the world on one side and a tropical jungle
that lines up the amazing white sand beaches on the other. This makes this place especially
attractive for tourists. Caverns, caves, underground rivers, lush tropical vegetation, a
rich fauna and many archaeological sites that are connected to Mayan civilization make this
The Mayan Riviera All Inclusive Resorts, Amazing Places to be Discovered
There are many amazing places at the Mayan Riviera All Inclusive Resorts waiting to be
discovered. Akumal, and Kantenah, small resort towns to the north are popular among divers
and snorkelling lovers because of the coral reef that protects the beach. It is the ideal
place to see turtles that come to the beach in the summer nights to lay their eggs.
Yal-Ku Lagoon, another interesting place that was once Maya’s trading route is now a
bird watcher’s paradise. Tulum, a walled city on top of a cliff has amazing ocean
views. This city, located in a region in Quintana Roo, was once called Zama, which in Mayan
meant dawn. Today Bahía Príncipe Hotel, just 20 minutes from this city is one
of tourists’ favourite.
In the middle of this unexplored jungle another incredible place has called tourist
attraction, Coba, where a huge 42 meter pyramid, Nohoc Mul, the tallest on the Yucatán
peninsula reminds tourists of the history of this region. Sian Ka’an, a
biosphere reserve, registered in UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 1987, is only 11 km
from Tulum. It covers an area of 653 thousand hectares of amazing secluded beaches, swamps,
lagoons, mangroves and a diverse flora and fauna.
Xcaret, tourists’ favourite place is an eco-archeological park located on a place known
as Polé that was Mayas site for important ritual ceremonies. a sandy beach,
underground fresh-water rivers, birds, pumas and jaguars, horses and even dolphins await you
here. At night, a show will take you back to a Mayan rite.
Xel-Ha, that in Mayan means "where the water rises", is a wonderful natural park
just 15 minutes away from Bahía Príncipe Hotel. Playa del Carmen, Just 66 km
from Cancun, is not so far from many interesting places in this region either. It makes this
place the ideal destination for those who want to explore the amazing surroundings. You can
also take one of the boats that leave from Playa del Carmen to Cozumel every hour and
discover this beautiful island. Its rich natural beauty, clear turquoise waters and waters
and unparallel white sand beaches make it unique.
Mexican Food, Which Is Quite Different from the One, Sold at Many Mexican
Restaurants around the World
Although many resorts nowadays offer a wide selection of International cuisine dishes, it
would be worth trying real Mexican food, which is quite different from the one sold at many
Mexican restaurants around the world. While visiting the Mayan Riviera All Inclusive Resorts
don’t miss the chance to try delicious Mexican food: Bean Enchiladas, Guacamole,
Mexican Chicken, Quesadillas (Grilled Chicken Tortillas), Tamales, Horchata.
Riviera Maya Special Offer
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