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
Playa del Carmen's surrounding rainforest is home to the Mayans who now offer tours that explore their natural resources and their culture
Local Mayan communities offer visitors unique experiences that explore the incredible natural beauty of the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve
From sunset kayaking to bird watching, freshwater canal floating and wild dolphin spotting, Sian Ka'an offers visitors many unique experiences
Akumal sits in the heart of the Riviera Maya, with easy access to the principal archaeological sites of the region, including Tulum and Coba.
Bacalar boasts its famous seven-colored lagoon, cenotes, hammocks, tropical jungle, adrenaline-filled land activities and exciting water sports.
The Riviera Maya offers spectacular freshwater cenotes hidden in the jungle and continual encounters with the colorful, intriguing Mayan culture.