Cenotes in the Riviera Maya

Cenotes in the Riviera Maya are known as the home of the Chaac, where the gods are seen when a ray of sun enters through the mouth of the cenote.

In them you will enjoy an impressive range of blues, as a result of the sun rays bouncing off its waters and walls, and the impressive stalactites, stalagmites and fossils.

Visit the cenotes in the Riviera Maya is a mandatory stop to connect with the magic and shapes of the nature.

Chichén Itzá

One of the new wonders of the world is Chichén Itzá, located about two and a half hours driving from Playa del Carmen.

Here you can see the giant pyramid of Chichen Itza, decorated with different figures carved in the stone that show how it was the daily life of the Mayans.

In addition, inside the pyramid you can discover the natural architectural wonders as: the Castle, the Great Ball Court, the Temple of the Warriors or the Sacred Cenote, among others.

Sian Ka'an Biosphere, Tulum

Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, located about 63 km south of Tulum, it covers a total area of 2,797 square kilometers, making it one of the largest protected areas in Mexico.

Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, this natural park has tropical forests, canals and mangroves. This place is an excellent option to know the fragile ecosystem of the region.

Watch crocodiles, dolphins and turtles in mangrove swamps as more than 400 species of birds hover among the trees.

Río Secreto of Playa del Carmen

It is a series of ancestral semi-sunken caverns that are interconnected with the longest underground river of Quintana Roo.

This unique system attracts fans of swimming and diving with its bright turquoise water. Although there are many other tours that take people to visit the cenote, is a very big place, where you can enjoy calmly and without many people around.

In Río Secreto, you will be able to contemplate the incredible natural landscape formed by the thousands of stalactites and low stalagmites. This place is located about 20 minutes by car from Playa del Carmen, and you can visit it independently or through a guided tour.

Arrecife National Park in Puerto Morelos

The Arrecife National Park in Puerto Morelos is part of the Mesoamerican Reef System, one of the largest reef systems in the world.

Here you can find a wide variety of colorful corals, tropical fishes, sharks, turtles and eagle manta rays. It is mostly an ocean site, so the best way to get there is by boat.

At the main pier there are several expert guides offering transportation and equipment. There are also several tours available, from relaxing snorkeling tours for beginners, to diving on a sunken boat for adventure fans.

Ruins of Tulum

Located in the state of Quintana Roo, in southeastern Mexico, near the Caribbean Sea and in the National Park of the same name, the Ruins of Tulum represent one of the last bastions of the Mayan culture.

Visit the ruins of Tulum is and enriching experience that will allow you to connect with the history, culture and natural beauty of the region.