In order to enjoy the Riviera Maya from start to finish, it is necessary to sharpen all your senses, and open your mind and your desires to finally surrender to its charms.
Riviera Maya is an amazing destination, rich in nuances and full of meaning and history. It is, without a doubt, a place that stands out for its culture, its gastronomy, its colors, its music, its nature and its people.
Aside from being one of the tourist attractions par excellence, the Riviera Maya is a region of contrasts.
The natural wonders of the area, such as the cenotes of Chac Mool, Xkekén, the Great Cenote or Eden, which pierce the heart of the jungle, the beaches of transparent water or the varied and colorful vegetation, coexist with the heritage that the Mayans left behind in their settlements, like the walled city of Tulumand its pyramid overlooking the sea, or the towns of Chichen Itza or Ek Balam.
Its cultural richness, beauty and charm make this region of Mexico a truly unique place.
The scent, color and flavor of the Caribbean Sea have a healing power all of their own.
Scuba diving, swimming, living and discovering its miles and miles of turquoise coastline, its shores gently lapped by the waves and the murmur of the foam that comes and goes like a mellow song.
Heaven on Earth has fine white sand and relaxes under the shade of coconut and palm trees. Meanwhile, the intense green of its wild vegetation provides a shimmering contrast with the deep blue and turquoise of the sea.
In addition to its flora, the Riviera Maya is also home to a remarkable array of fauna.
Possums live side by side with coatis, jaguars, deer and squirrels, flamingos, parrots, toucans and macaws, iguanas, caymans and crocodiles. These unique species make the Riviera Maya a natural habitat that is well worth photographing and living in.