The Riviera Maya is one of the most sought out beach destinations in the world withits prime location just south of the Cancun on Mexico’s Caribbean coastline.
The Riviera Maya offers visitors an immense variety of recreational activities. The area’s natural surroundings create stupendous beauty plus the rich historical, cultural and archeological sites such asTulum, Chichen Itza and Coba.
Snorkelers and divers will be delighted in the crystal-clear waters on the second longest reef system in the world, also known as the Belize Barrier Reef, which begins near Cancun and continues along the length of the Riviera Maya southward to Guatemala.
The natural parks and the stunning water of natural cenotes and underground rivers are some of the unique attractions on the planet. Some of the most visited attractions are Sian Ka’an reserve and theAkumal biosphere reserve
Annual average temperature is 24–25 °C (75–77 °F).
Fast Facts about Riviera Maya
Cancún, Playa del Carmen, Tulum
24–25 °C (75–77 °F)
GMT/UTC – 06:00 hour
Beauty of the Riviera Maya
Cenotes in the Riviera Maya
Amazing underwater world
Riviera Maya beaches
Tulum Blue Sea
EVENTS & FESTIVALS OF THE RIVIERA MAYA
The Riviera Maya distinguished itself for having impressive archaeological and natural scenarios, and also it is positioning itself as a escenario of important events during the year and interesting museums.
Besides providing you with all of the elements to relax in the white sand beach of the Caribbean Sea while enjoying a delicious margarita,Playa del Carmen offers an infinite selection of activities to complement your dream vacation at Le Reve Hotel & Spa.
An old small fishing town that has become the most attractive city on the Riviera Maya, with the pedestrian walkway a few blocks from the beach, the “Fifth Avenue” where shops, restaurants, bars and nightlife are located.