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by Susie Albin-Najera
Located on pristine Mexican coastline, the exotic Riviera Maya is a true paradise with its vibrant turquoise waters and white, sandy beaches lined by picture-perfect palm trees. Gentle warm breezes and soft melodic sounds from the natural environment channel positive energy to your senses. In the Riviera Maya, one can experience ancient Mayan cultures blended with modern amenities complemented by nature parks, award-winning gourmet cuisine, eco-friendly surroundings, water activities, abundant sea life and wildlife and beaches with views like no other in the world.
Forty-five minutes south of Cancun International Airport, just past the beautiful beach town of Playa Del Carmen sits a quaint, cove-shaped town known as Paamul. The area is nestled in between Xcaret and Puerto Aventuras and offers scuba diving, snorkeling through Scuba-Mex Dive Shop, a restaurant, accommodations and a pool available to residents, locals and visitors. Paamul is perched on a white sandy beach, amid tropical lush surroundings with an uninterrupted view of Caribbean turquoise waters. The location is secure, serene and quiet, and the only real sounds you’ll hear are the sounds of laughter coming from the scuba diving boats arriving back to shore from a day out under the sea. And as Paamul is so picturesque, many commercials have been filmed in this location.
Just south of Paamul, visitors can experience the Dolphin Excursion in the gated area of Puerto Aventuras or travel further south to the ancient Mayan archeological ruins of Tulum. This breathtaking monument is one of the best-preserved coastal Mayan sites and a must for any visitor to the Yucatan Peninsula, set on the cliffs of the magnificent blue waters.
There are dozens of excursions, tours, exhibits and activities for you, your friends, colleagues and your families to experience in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and Riviera Maya.
About the Author:
Susie Albin-Najera is a freelance writer and editor for several travel, leisure and lifestyle magazines focusing on Mexico. She is also a public relations and marketing professional and editor of The MEXICO Report.