The Riviera Maya is so large that few can boast about having traveled from beginning to end. All of its 120 kilometers offer an invitation to the beautiful beaches with blue waters, abundant jungle, and refreshing cenotes. Although there are many amazing places in this paradise, here are the 3 best of the Riviera Maya. […]
Posts Tagged: Playa del Carmen
In addition to its crystal clear turquoise waters and white powder sand beaches, the Mexican Caribbean offers much more: adventure, music, culture, and food. Each year Cancun and the Riviera Maya host different festivals, many of which have become great successes, transforming into traditions of our beautiful cities, and others are heading in the same […]
Xcaret park opened a new tour called Xenotes, where you can tour 4 types of cenotes (sinkholes).
The Mexican Caribbean is not only home to white sand beaches and aqua blue water, but it is also quickly becoming known for adventure travel.
Father’s Day in Mexico (El Dia de los Padres) is the third Sunday in June, just like it is in the U.S. and various other countries. What will you get Dad this year?
It’s that time again folks. Hurricane season in the Caribbean will begin in less than a month on June 1, 2011, and will continue through November 30, 2011. It is possible for Tropical cyclones to form before or after the official season, depending on ocean temperatures.
The blue open waters of the Caribbean and more than 300 canoeists are set to embark on the 5th Sacred Mayan Journey organized by Xcaret this May 19th, 20th, and 21st recreating the ancient Mayan tradition of worshiping moon goddess Ix Chel.
Yesterday afternoon Playa del Carmen, the heart of the Riviera Maya, welcomed some of the most exclusive Mexican wine brands for the grand opening of the 1st Mexican Wine Festival. Sponsored by the eco-park Xcaret, the event brought together tourists, locals, politicians & members of the press. The 1st Mexican Wine Festival ends on Saturday, March […]
The Yucatan Peninsula is filled with extraordinary natural wonders, such as Mayan ruins hidden in tropical jungles, white sand beaches, clear blue seas, enchanting cenotes, underground river and cave systems, and endangered plant and animal species. Beyond the resort towns where the Maya Indians once flourished, a tropical world of hidden natural attractions and cultural […]
Three is a wonderful number – especially when it combines (1) white sand beaches, (2) the blue Caribbean Sea, and (3) international gourmet food all in one place! Add clear skies, sunshine, and warm temperatures, and you have Playa del Carmen: a beautiful beach town in the Riviera Maya near Cancun, Mexico. With its strong […]