A hot spot for tourists Riviera Maya is located in Cancun, Mexico. It is known world over for its resorts. The luxury villas and apartments are available for renting. There are a range of options available for rentals. Tourists throng the place for the relaxing feeling, archaeological sightings and the fun activities along the coast.
The attractions here are many with beach and reef activities dominating the scene. Riviera Maya is blessed with the second largest reef system in the world. Jet skiing, snorkeling, diving, swimming with the amazing dolphins, soaking in the beauty of the Cenote (A Natural pit) are some of the exciting things to do in Riviera Maya. Eco parks like Xcaret and Xel-Ha with a bit of archaeology and swimming with the dolphins have become a global rage. Add to that the various archaeological sites like Coba and Tulum, Riviera Maya is a paradise on earth.
Major Attractions – Riviera Maya
Swim with dolphins and Turtles and enjoy nature in full view
If you are yet to experience swimming with dolphins and turtles, then you are missing something. Swimming with dolphins can be a liberating experience for all ages. There is no better sight than dolphins gliding through water in a beautiful and synchronized manner. Dolphins understand us and communicate with their calls. You can touch them while swimming and you will get an unforgettable experience.
Turtles may seem slow on the ground, but when in water it will be difficult to match their speed. They look amazing under water, but beware of their jaws. They can bite.
There are many interesting things you can learn while experiencing the nature in its full flow. The shallow and clear azure blue coastal water makes it the perfect place to swim and experience the marine life. Exploring Cenote
Cenote is a natural pit which is the result of collapse of limestone bedrock. These were sacred place for the Mayan civilization. They are a sight to behold and fun to swim in. They are a perfect blend of freshwater on top and saline water beneath. You can explore the underwater world via these natural wonders.
The Coba is both a natural and archaeological wonderland. The site is situated in between two lagoons and offering amazing view of the Maya temple ruins. The pottery remains bring history directly to you. The unique pyramid here has 130 steps to climb and you can see a different world from the top.
You can experience ecology at close quarters. The underground rivers will exhilarate you. There are a range of activities to choose from. You can also experience the special events at this eco-archaeological park. The Mayan jungles and special activities for all ages make it a place to visit. The experience is divine.