The state of Quintana Roo has a beautiful coastline on the Caribbean sea that runs from the south of Cancun to the archaeological site of Tulum, one of the most beautiful beach destinations in Mexico known around the world. Tropical parks, diving paradises, cenotes, incredible jungle trails form this beautiful tourist corridor called the Mayan Riviera.
Mayan Riviera offers an impressive range of options for lovers of eco tourism and extreme sport. Between reef, mangroves, jungles and beaches you can enjoy the excitement of a zip line over the jungle, ATVs through the jungle, swimming in cenotes, kayak tours on rivers through the jungle, at all times there is an activity to do in each of these places that will not fail to surprise you by its splendor and its great diversity of flora and fauna. There are tours that combine different activities such as swimming in rivers and cenotes, travel through the jungle and even part of a traditional Mayan purification ceremony, an unforgettable experience.
The Underground River System of the Mayan Riviera boasts of being the best cave diving in the world. There are more than 100 cenotes in the region, 52 of which have been considered good for diving and snorkeling. The conditions to explore these underwater worlds are ideal, the fresh water is crystal clear, with an average temperature of 24ºC (75ºF), without current, great visibility and wonderful rock formations. Dives are usually made between 8 and 12 meters. (25 and 40 ft.) Live the experience of discovering a cenote and let yourself be amazed by it´s greatness, and the history behind each of them depending on the place or area where they are.
Rivera Maya without a doubt is a constant adventure that invites you to live the experience of each of its natural places and enjoy the benefits of its environments, in each of them you have the opportunity to observe the flora and fauna of the place that includes: monkeys, flamingos, whale sharks, sea turtles, crocodiles and many more creatures in their natural habitat. You also have the opportunity to kayak, camp, snorkel and dive. On your next vacation, do not forget to plan on visiting these places, either the ecological parks, nature reserves, rivers or beautiful beaches, so that you always have the time to return and enjoy the diversity that the Mexican Caribbean offers.