To the north of the Yucatan peninsula is the small island of Holbox, the best tourist destination to walk barefoot in the Mexican Caribbean. Arrive by ferry at any time of the day and fall in love with the turquoise sea, ideal for diving or snorkeling. The charming town of Holbox will surprise you with the friendliness of its people and its original urban art.
Very close to the coast of Cancun is Isla Mujeres, a radiant island in the Caribbean Sea that will fascinate you with its magnificent beaches, water activities and coral reefs. Swim with sea turtles and dolphins, explore the rainforest and marvel at the legacy of the Mayan civilization. Come to Isla Mujeres!
Recognized around the world for its spectacular white sand beaches and a formidable turquoise sea, Cancun is the most important tourist destination in Mexico. Easily accessible by land, sea and air, it combines cosmopolitan glamour with the Mayan tradition in one place. What are you waiting to visit?
Located in the heart of the Mayan Riviera, Playa del Carmen is one of the favorite destinations to vacation for its idyllic white sand beaches and blue-green waters. A place to practice water activities, explore nature, or simply relax in a hammock, will make Playa del Carmen your favorite destination.
Tulum is a wonderful place for lovers of nature and history. This ancient walled city embodies the past of the Mayan culture and the beauty of its natural landscapes: cenotes, underground rivers, the Great Mesoamerican Reef and its beautiful white sand beaches. All this makes Tulum a Mexican heritage for the world, in the beautiful Riviera Maya.
Maya Ka'an is the new destination of the Mexican Caribbean that is part of the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, a majestic ecotourism destination World Heritage that promotes the community and sustainable development of the Riviera Maya. Rediscover the natura l legacy that gave birth to the Mayan civilization where the earth beats: Maya Ka'an.
Mahahual is a small Eden located north of Grand Costa Maya, the ideal place to get away from the urban hustle and enjoy a dream vacation. Let yourself be lulled by its shallow waters and live a pleasant experience immersing yourself among multicolored fish. In addition, in Mahahual is Banco Chinchorro, the barrier reef of coral that is part of the second largest in the world.
The name Bacalar comes from the Mayan language "Sian Ka'an Bakhalal", which means "place surrounded by reeds", a name that alludes to its crystalline lagoon waters. Here is the best kept treasure of the Mexican Caribbean: the Laguna de los Siete Colores, where you can swim and snorkel in nature. What are you waiting for to visit Bacalar?