The Riviera Maya is one of the most enchanting places on Earth. It stretches along the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula offering some of the best beaches with sand so fine it feels like flour between your toes. The Caribbean sunrises are picturesque and provide breathtaking experiences for all.
Due to the diverse range of activities, all of the interesting places to go and millions of things to see,
If you’re a golfing devotee, you need to plan a getaway on the Mayan Riviera. Just look at the choices:
Cancun Golf Club at Pok ta Pok (Robert Trent Jones Design)
Designed in 1976 by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., hundreds of meters of dramatic shoreline and Mayan ruins make this an extraordinary experience for golfers at all levels of ability.
Located between the Nichupte Lagoon and the Caribbean,
The Mayan Riviera, a stretch of coastline on the Yucatan Peninsularunning from just outside Cancun in the North to the ancient Mayan site of Tulum in the South is rapidly growing in popularity.
Why has this previously quiet area of the Yucatan Peninsula become a magnate for tourists?
COSTS AND ATMOSPHERE ON THE MAYAN RIVIERA
For visitors from North America, the Mayan Riviera is a more laid back alternative to Florida.
Get ready for an out of the ordinary vacation in Tulum.
A vacation in Tulum is all about escaping the Hi-Tech “connected” world, and getting back to nature and the beach is the great place to do this.
Enjoy a soothing massage while you watch the waves crashing offshore on the second largest barrier reef in the world, go snorkeling or diving in the warm turquoise Sea,
The last 12 months of media coverage related to Mexico would have many people believing that Mexico as a country is a risky place to visit because of the recent H1N1 (Swine flu virus) and stories of drug kidnappings and shootings primarily centered around several US border towns.
Regional events have unfortunately had a negative effect on the local tourism economy half a country away on the Yucatan Peninsula.
Tulum is a great place to visit and stay at in Mexico.
While most people are mostly acquainted with Cancun in Mexico, too few people know about the beauty of Tulum.
Located on the Yucatan Peninsula, this town is the place to go for the adventurous traveler,by offering a perfect combination of tranquility, seclusion and adventure.
Exploring the ruins, snorkeling, enjoying the beaches and visiting the nature reserves are only a few of the multiples activities you can do in Tulum.
Tulum is simply the gem of the Mayan Riviera corridor. It is a diver paradise Subterranean rivers unite from all over the Yucatan Peninsula and the Riviera Maya of Mexico.
Tulum is divided into three main areas: Tulum Town, Tulum Hotel Zone and the magical Tulum Archaeological site.
The Town is settled at the edges of the 307 highway, where commercial and social activities take place.
So I have to admit it’s always been our dream to own a hotel on the beach in a tropical country.
We both, my wife and I, come from hardworking middle-class families on the East Coast of the United States.
We have lived roughly fifty years working the same nine-to-five, and we’re ready to get out.
We visited Mexico for the first time in the late nineties when, ironically,
Such walled cities are few in number. Research indicates that the Mayan Ruins of Tulum was formerly known as Zama, which meant ‘to dawn’. Given its location, this name seems apt. The site was named ‘Tulum’ before the visit by explorers Stephens and Catherwood in the year 1841. This was just before the Caste War of 1847. Here the city was abandoned and left to ruins. Clearing of trees was ordered. Catherwood made several illustrations of temples,