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Attractions in Riviera Maya

attractions-riviera-maya.jpgRiviera Maya possesses countless attractions in which you will be able to travel through during your trip to this destination. In Riviera Mayayou may encounter aquatic parks like Xcaret as well as Xel-Ha in which you will be able to swim with dolphins and enjoy playing in the pools of these impressive parks. Moreover, you will be capable of visiting Tulum, one of the archaeological sites in this amazing city.

Riviera Maya also contains natural attractions due to the fact that its beaches are fantastic places for strolling and spending time under the sun. If you want to spend paradisiacal and outstanding holidays, Riviera Maya is the perfect place for those tourists who love spending time travelling through this fantastic city.

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Riviera Maya, the Top Destination in Mexico

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The Riviera Maya stretches 81 gorgeous coastal miles from Puerto Morelos, 11 miles south of Cancun International Airport, to Tulum, the dazzling Mayan archaeological site by the sea. The region has been named a “Top Destination in Mexico” for the past four consecutive years by Travel Weekly; one of the hottest beach destinations by Orbitz in 2008; and was featured as “The Next Riviera” in a Travel & Leisure story.

Its mix of ultimate resorts carved out of mangrove-lined lagoons, simple beach side bungalows and elegant boutique hotels, plus all-inclusive to top any in the Caribbean, caters to every type of traveler. Its remarkable gifts of nature draw beachcombers, divers, paddlers, trekkers and other ecotravelers to explore the region’s network of more than 100 cenotes fed by underground rivers, fishing villages, archaeological sites like Coba and Tulum, and Sian Ka’an, Mexico’s first Biosphere Reserve with 1.5 million pristine acres.  A rich calendar of cultural events uses the unique features of such a landscape.

Riviera Maya destinations include quiet seaside villages like Akumal and Puerto Aventura, and master-planned resorts like Mayakoba. Here five luxurious properties, designed around a series of waterways, include the 401-room Fairmont Mayakoba, which opened in 2006, and the 128-room Rosewood Mayakoba.

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