One of the first tourist areas in Mexico to develop. This 30 km stretch located between the Nichupté lagoon and the Atlantic and Caribbean, offers white sandy shores, turquoise waters and modern surroundings. Ideal location for guests wanting to explore, the bus system makes it easy to get around to shopping malls, marinas and tourist attractions. Long known as a spring break location, don’t be fooled, Cancún offers sophisticated and elegant options that will please adults and children alike. It is also one of the only areas on the east coast of Mexico that can offer you a magnificent sunset wedding with venues facing west and over the beautiful lagoon.
Puerto Morelos is a small fishing village nestled in between the growing cities of Cancún and Playa del Carmen. In spite of the size and growth of its neighbors, Puerto Morelos has retained its small town charm. The downtown area of Puerto Morelos has a lovely plaza and several small, shop-lined streets. No, here you won’t find the mega-resorts commanding all the beachfront property for exclusive guests. In Puerto Morelos, locals and tourists alike can enjoy a day at the beach in all its tropical wonder.
Playa del Carmen:
Playa del Carmen is located right in the middle of the Riviera Maya and is easily accessible from all the resorts in the area. This is the main town in the Riviera Maya and most tourists will plan time during their vacation to take a stroll down the famous 5th avenue, enjoy a meal in one of the many restaurants, or dance the night away at one of the nightclubs. You can easily spend a day (or more) exploring Playa del Carmen and all it has to offer.
Puerto Aventuras is a newly built small town surrounded by lush tropical jungle and two beautiful crystal-clear marinas. Characterized by its stunning marinas, upscale accommodations, quirky eateries, everyone has a reason to explore this warm and friendly community. What started as a small village with little more than an elementary school, some stores, and a church has grown into a charming port town where personal yachts and large recreational fishing boats glimmer and bob along the ocean’s surface.
Tulum is located 1.5 hours south of the Cancún airport and is known for the Mayan Ruins bearing the location’s name. Comprised of a village area and a beach area, this zone has recently exploded with tourists seeking its bohemian vibe. The stunning white sandy beaches and clear blue waters offer the perfect combination of total relaxation, tranquility and seclusion, yet can fill your day with the many interesting and rich activities in the area. The Tulum beach strip is a small road that runs the length of the beach and leads you to the arch, which is the access to the famous Sian Ka’an biosphere.