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The biggest park in Riviera Maya offering amazing experiences such as underground rivers, wine cellar, chapels, caves to the mayan village, mayan village, archeological sites, house of whispers, scenic tower, Mexican cemetery, children’s world, water park, restaurants, night show and much more. To see the details visit their website.
Puerto Morelos is a small seaport town located between Playa del Carmen and Cancun in Riviera Maya. One hundred meters off shore lies the Puerto Morelos portion of the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef System,
Check out this amazing bookstore.
Best breakfast in Puerto Morelos is here
Official website of the town
Playa del Carmen
Cosmopolitan city located right across Cozumel on the main land of Yucatan peninsula. Originally one of the biggest fishermen cities now it attracts tourists from all around the world. Always crowded and fun, known for its nightlife, shopping and culture attractions.
Pass by their famous Parque los Fundadores, shop on 5th Av and do not forget to visit Frida Kahlo Museum.
Akumal Beach - Swimming With The Sea Turtles
On the way from Tulum to Playa del Carmen don’t forget to stop by Akumal beach and try this unique experience of swimming with sea turtles.
Sac Actun Cave System
The 215-mile sunken freshwater labyrinth is a trove of ancient Maya artifacts
In January 2018, explorers with the Great Maya Aquifer Project discovered a connection between two large underwater caverns on the Yucatan Peninsula.
When combined, the two systems create a 215-mile-long underground labyrinth—the largest flooded cavern on Earth.
While the cave itself is an interesting geologic formation, the cave system is also full of pre-Hispanic archaeological sites from the ancient Maya as well as unknown plant and animal species.
Mayan Ruins in Tulum
The ruins are situated on 12-meter (39 ft) tall cliffs along the east coast of the Yucatán Peninsula on the Caribbean Sea in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Tulum is considered to be one of the last cities built and inhabited by mayans; it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico.
It’s very difficult to know the exact number of how many cenotes are out there in the Mexican jungle but there are over 7,000 cenotes, over 2,200 have been registered. And at least 900 of these are considered to be a part of the ‘Ring of Cenotes’ located near the city of Merida.
Cenotes were so important that most temples and villages were built close by or as recent discoveries prove that the Mayans built on top of cenotes, such as Chichen Itza.
Some cenotes became sacred sites where offerings and rituals were performed to please the gods. Archaeologists have discovered Jade, pottery, gold, and incense at the bottom of sacred cenotes, along with human remains.
Bioluminescent Beaches of Holbox
Holbox Island or Isla Holbox is an island in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, located on the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is roughly 41 kilometers long, and 1.5 kilometers wide, and it is separated from the mainland by 10km of a shallow lagoon that is home to flamingos, pelicans, and other rich bird life.
We would recommend booking around the 25th on the months of June, July, August, or September as this is the best time to witness the bioluminescent phenomenon.
This natural spectacle is caused by phytoplankton (a type of microalgae that floats at the surface of the ocean water. They emit a mesmerizing bright blue light after they become agitated by wave movements or nearby swimming fish.
Chichen Itza is classified as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and in 1988 was enlisted as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. 2. The term Chichen Itza means 'the mouth at the well of Itza'.
Kaan Loom Lagoon
Isla Pasion (Passion Island)