What to See
Mexico's Mayan Riviera is unsurpassed and well known for its tropical sun, pristine turquoise waters, and its powdery white sand beaches comprised of crushed seashells that stay cool to the touch. You can enjoy long walks on its beaches that never get hot enough for you to walk on barefoot, unlike other beaches that are comprised of particles of sand that retain heat making it too hot to even step on.
Unlike other Caribbean destinations, in the Mayan Riviera you can also explore the beauty of nature at its best. There are 1.2 million acres of natural ecological reserves with diverse vegetation and over one thousand animal species to see. In addition, you will find a multitude of archeological sites, parks, exotic bird sanctuaries, lagoons, jungles, taverns, caves, cenotes, and colorful coral reefs only a short boat ride away including the longest barrier reef in the Western Caribbean "The Great Maya Reef".
Information on any of the above can be obtained from any of the tourist information kiosks set up all along 5th ave.