Explore the Riviera Maya
These natural swimming holes formed by the collapse of porous limestone reveal a secret underworld of turquoise pools where the Mayans communicated with the gods. There are over 6,000 cenotes in Mexico, while most of these are close to the Riviera Maya. You can swim, dive, or snorkel in these crystal clear natural waters.
Explore the history of the mayan ruins in Tulum and the Riviera Maya. Tulum was the only Mayan city built on the coast and it’s one of the last cities inhabited by this ancient race. Settled atop sheer limestone cliffs facing the turquoise splendor of the Caribbean.
Some of the worlds best snorkeling is right in your backyard in Akumal. Come explore the clear waters and swim with the green sea turtles or check out the coral reef filled with tropical fish.
Tulum Eco Parks are some of the most spectacular settings where you can bask in the natural beauty and immerse yourself in the culture of Mexico. Xel-ha, Xcaret, Aktun-Chen and X-plor host a collection of lagoons, coves, caves and cenotes where you can interact with dolphins, explore ancient ports and travel back in time to learn about the Mayan culture.