Destinations of Mexico

Welcome to the Mexican Caribbean

Be ready to enjoy the vibrant blue colors of the ocean, the incredible feeling of the sand on your feet, the unique taste of the culinary delights and countless outdoor tours and activities to experience.

Allow us to be your hosts while visiting the Mexican Caribbean. It will be our pleasure to assist you during your vacation, creating memories that will last forever in your mind and heart.

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Things to do in Cancun and Riviera Maya

Two world-class destinations that perfectly complement each other by offering a wide range of fun and entertainment options: beaches, day boat trips, night boat trips, fishing, diving, theme parks, museums, archaeological sites, cenotes , ecological reserves, golf courses, first class shopping malls, nightclubs, bars and restaurants to satisfy everyone´s preferences.

Whether it's a family trip, a romantic getaway or a trip of friends, Cancun and the Riviera Maya have it all.

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Discover The Riviera Maya

Isla Mujeres

It is a small island with a lot of history that still has the charm of a fishing village, located 13 km from Cancun. You have to take a ferry from Puerto Juarez or Punta Sam to get there.

Things to do. Snorkel, enjoy the beaches, swim with sharks, visit the Garrafón Park, visit the island by bicycle or golf cart and enjoy the cuisine based on fish and seafood.


It is the third largest island in Mexico, located 60 km south of Cancun and 20 km east of Playa del Carmen. A paradise for lovers of diving and snorkeling.

Things to do. Swim in the Chankanaab lagoon or in El Cielo, snorkel in the national park of Palancar, visit the archaeological site of San Gervasio, enjoy the fine sand beaches, wander around downtown where the restaurants, bars and shopping malls are concentrated, or walk along the boardwalk where the Museum of the Island and other tourist services are located.


It is a theme park located 5 km south of Playa del Carmen and 75 km from Cancun, that features more than 50 attraction; some of them are: the Aviary, the butterfly house, the aquarium, underground rivers, Mayan archaeological vestiges, the dolphinarium, the Popular Art Museum, caves, coves, beaches and the presentation of Xcaret Mexico Spectacular with more than 300 artists on stage dancing and singing live.

Xel Ha

It is a magnificent cove of singular beauty inhabited by more than 70 marine species, located 114 km south of Cancun and 48 km south of Playa del Carmen.

Things to do. Snorkel, scuba diving and snuba, swim with dolphins and manatees, kayaking or simply rest on a hammock.


Located 128 km south of Cancun. A Mayan archaeological site from the post classic period, built on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea. As it was a essential point of transit between Central America and Mexico, Tulum was a city of great commercial importance in the Mayan world.

Surrounded by virgin jungle and white sand beaches, the city of Tulum, located right next to the archaeological site, boasts a wide variety of hotels, restaurants and bars. Highlighted activities: cycling, swimming on the beach, exploring cenotes and being in touch with nature.


Charming fishing village located south of the state of Quintana Roo. Here the clock stops to enjoy nature.

Things to do. Swim, scuba dive, snorkel or walk by the Malecón.


Founded in 1544 during the Spanish occupation. Bacalar, located 40 km away from Chetumal boasts the most spectacular freshwater lagoon in the State of Quintana Roo.

Things to do. Swim, do kayaking, visit the fort, enjoy the landscape and rest.


Located 40 km northwest of Tulum. The archaeological zone dates from the Classic period. Coba was estimated to have had about 50,000 inhabitants and a built up area over some 80 km² at its peak. Surrounded by two lagoons and countless cenotes, this pre-Hispanic city had great territorial, political and commercial control in the Mayan world.