Costa Maya

Escape to a remote part of the Yucatan Peninsula called the Costa Maya, a beautiful region in the Mexico Caribbean, in the state of Quintana Roo, between Playa del Carmen, Mexico, and Belize, Central America. South of the Riviera Maya, Costa Maya spans the Sian Ka’an nature reserve, and encompasses large areas of protected jungles and lagoons. You can take a Unimog 4x4 tour in lush jungles; visit immaculate beaches such as Uvero Beach, or untainted lagoons and cenotes (cave-like sinkholes with natural wells). Or explore the Mayan ruins of Chacchoben, with its Grand Pyramids, and Kohunlich, with its immense stucco faces in the Temple of the Masks. You can also take nature park tours; do water sports and beach activities; or go fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving in the pristine, clear, turquoise-blue waters of the Caribbean Sea, flourishing with fish and marine life. Xcalak, an ancient fishing center south of Costa Maya and seven miles from Belize is a great place for snorkeling and scuba diving. Delight in the natural splendor of Costa Maya!

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Christina Famiglietti

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