This list of best beaches in Riviera Maya on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is based on the several weeks I spent in the region during two trips.
Consider these four fabulous Riviera Maya attractions when planning your vacation to Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.
There’s more to Mexico than beaches and ruins. Consider these seven reasons for making Mexico your next adventure travel destination!
Kolem Chen, an explorable cave of epic proportions (it means “Big Cave” in the indigenous Ch’ol language), is located in Tabasco, Mexico.
Rappelling, caving, and mountain biking are just a few of the sports awaiting travelers to Tuxtla Gutierrez, Mexico’s adventure capital.
Taking a guided street art and graffiti tour in Mexico City is an excellent way to learn about the capital’s culture, history, and politics.
Mexico is one of the best budget backpacking destinations due to the easy-to-use buses, delicious food, and gorgeous and varied landscapes.
Mexico City is a underrated capital city – and I think it might just be the coolest metropolis in the world. Here’s why.
Of everywhere I have visited, Oaxaca in south-central Mexico is my favorite place in the world. Here’s why…
Five of the best places to party in Mexico, including Tijuana, Playa del Carmen, and Mexico City.
Jason goes on a Mexican safari at Zoofari in Morelos, Mexico, where he gets up close and personal with several adult and baby jaguars.
Day of the Dead is one of the most important celebrations in the Mexican year. Here’s why you should take a trip to Mexico to celebrate this festival.
Floating in a helium powered hot air balloon over Lake Tequesquitengo and the Mexican State of Morelos is unlike any other aerial adventure.
Tulum is located an hour south of Playa del Carmen, on Mexico’s Maya Riviera. It features gorgeous sea views, Mayan ruins, and white powder beaches.
Dave and friends take a day trip to Cozumel, and spend the afternoon at Playa Palancar before returning to San Miguel for beers and a colorful sunset.
Playa del Carmen is a popular beach town along the Mayan Riviera, on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. An hour south of Cancun, it’s smaller and more relaxed.
The Pre-Hispanic City of Chichen Itza is located on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, making for a long day trip from either Merida the Mayan Riviera.