Riviera Maya excursions and activities
Visit Playa del Carmen; a pleasant town on the beach with contemporary hotels, lively bars, great local Mexican restaurants and a wealth of shopping from souvenir stalls to designer boutiques.
Perched upon a cliff top overlooking the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea.
Tulum ruins has arguably the most stunning setting of all the Mayan archeological sites. With substantial 5m high ramparts on three sides and a watchtower, it's believed that in its heyday Tulum was an important port town.
Take a cycling tour of Coba. This site offers the chance to explore mostly unrestored antiquities set deep in tropical jungle. Archaeologists believe that at the height of its powers the city may have covered as much as 50 square km and held up to 40,000 people.
Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is a vast 5,000 sq. km World Heritage Site incorporating tropical jungle, marsh, mangroves and islands. Home to an astonishing diversity of wildlife including howler monkeys, anteaters, manatees, ocelots, pumas, crocodiles, tapirs, peccaries, jaguars and hundreds of bird species. Kayaking and snorkeling available.
You will be staying at Bel Ha Villa, Full board