Ecotourism is growing in the Riviera Maya and offers visitors a range of exciting activities managed by local Mayans
The Riviera Maya offers scuba divers the opportunity to explore the clear blue Caribbean and natural wells and underground jungle rivers
The Riviera Maya corridor offers a growing tourist industry the opportunity to visit ancient Mayan ruins like Tulum, Coba and even XelHa
The Riviera Maya offers spectacular freshwater cenotes hidden in the jungle and continual encounters with the colorful, intriguing Mayan culture.
Cenotes result from the collapse of eroded limestone, and the window they offer into Mexico's natural history is breathtaking and exciting.
The Caribbean resort of Playa del Carmen is the best region in which to swim, snorkel and scuba dive with Green, Hawksbill and Loggerhead turtles.