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If you are looking for a very relaxed, quiet and low key getaway and not ready for Tulum yet, Akumal is for you… You won’t find big resorts you won’t find streets lined with restaurants and night clubs but you will find amazing Turquoise Sea with soft white sands that will not burn your feet… you will find wonderful snorkelling spots… and you will find a comfortable private suite or villa that will surely become your home away from home.
Akumal is for people who want to get away from the busy tourist resorts of Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel and for those who want to see more of the real Mexican lifestyle of the Mayan Riviera.
Akumal, located very close to Playa del Carmen (about 25 minutes north) and Tulum (about 20 minutes south), is a small quaint community on the tourist corridor between Cancun – Tulum of the Mexican Caribbean, also called The Mayan Riviera. It is located 65 miles south of Cancun, 52 miles south of the airport, and 14 miles north of Tulum.
Akumal is a excellent destination for those interested in enjoying the Mexican Caribbean, located in the Yucatan Peninsula on the shores of the Caribbean Sea . Akumal is located near the Mayan ruins of Tulum, Xel-ha, Xcaret, Chichen-Itza and Coba.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/akumal/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Bacalar [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => bacalar [Horas] => 07:30:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 300 [One_4_7] => 300 [One_8_10] => 320 [One_11_15] => 620 [Round_1_3] => 600 [Round_4_7] => 600 [Round_8_10] => 635 [Round_11_15] => 1235 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
There is a crescent shaped beach called Half Moon Bay that is perfect for basking the sun. Akumal Bay is where sea turtles come to lay their eggs in the summer months…the bay also offers excellent snorkelling along coral reefs in the crystal clear Caribbean waters. Biking is the preferred form of transportation and car rentals are available.
When you arrive at the Magic Town of Bacalar, you have the sensation of observing an optical illusion created by various flashes of blue water, ranging from the darkest, through turquoise, to the most transparent. But no, this is not a mirage, it is a reality and it is the immense seven-color lagoon and a tourist magnet that forces you to discover Bacalar, located just 40 minutes from Chetumal, Quintana Roo.
We owe this gift of nature to seven cenotes distributed along the Bacalar lagoon, whose length is 43 kilometers. Depending on the time of day, the sun's rays illuminate the entrances to the underground caverns, allowing travelers to appreciate the range of colors and their various depths. There are different activities such as kayaking, snorkeling or diving, so you can explore this aquatic maze.
Unmissable experiences in Bacalar.
Another way to enjoy the nature that surrounds this Magic Town of the Caribbean is by sleeping in one of the hotels in Bacalar that were built on the shore of the lagoon. Most are ideal for a couple's getaway or for a complete disconnect from the hustle and bustle of the city. Its main jewel is having hammocks and swings suspended over the lagoon.
You can't say you went to Bacalar if you don't go on a walk through the center of town. Here you will find the Fort of San Felipe, which, formerly, protected the Mayan community from pirate invasions. Visit the museum and walk among the vestiges of 11 canyons, from which you will get unique views of the Magic Town of Bacalar to immortalize in photographs. Take the opportunity to take a bike ride through the streets and sit down to have a beer accompanied by some seafood tacos fresh from the sea.
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Bahia Petempich is a tiny and peaceful community located in front of the Caribbean Sea, in Puerto Morelos, Mexico. It is a coastal area, located only 15 minutes by car from the Cancun International Airport.
Recently, Petempich has been gaining importance in the Quintana Roo tourist map, since being a humble fishing village, it has gradually become a place of visit for hundreds of tourists eager to enjoy its Caribbean beauty.
The proximity it has next to Puerto Morelos guarantees that visitors have a pleasant stay, with easy access to the many recreational activities that exist in the city. In the area you can practice kayaking, snorkeling, diving, fishing or enjoy walks to archaeological sites such as Chichen Itza or Tulum, or simply enjoy the beach and the unbeatable weather.
If you choose to take a tour to Petempich Bay it is worth mentioning that it has excellent restaurants where you can taste succulent dishes with seafood. We advise you to visit this and many other interesting places on the coast of Quintana Roo.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/bahia-petempich/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Cabo San Lucas [id_estados] => 3 [Alias] => cabo-san-lucas [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 90 [One_4_7] => 95 [One_8_10] => 95 [One_11_15] => 0 [Round_1_3] => 180 [Round_4_7] => 180 [Round_8_10] => 180 [Round_11_15] => 0 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Cabo San Lucas is a famous tourist city located in the Mexican State of Baja California Sur, and at the southern tip of Baja California Peninsula, a long stretch of land separating the Pacific Ocean from the Sea of Cortez (known as the golf of California), that the famous explorer and scientist, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, called “the aquarium of the world” for its marine richness, such as is currently in Cabo Pulmo.
It has a population of 68,463 inhabitants of the last census carried out in 2010.
HISTORY OF THE PLACE. It is estimated that the first human groups reached the southern part of the peninsula 15,000 years ago. At the arrival of the first Europeans, lived in the region nomadic groups of the Pericu tribe, who survived by means of subsistence economy, based on harvesting of fruits, seeds, roots, mollusks that looked for in the beaches, besides the primitive fishing and the hunting.
Was in October 18 of 1541, when the admiral Francisco de Bolaños arrived at the cape and baptized it, with the name of the Saint of the day. The Cabo of San Lucas.
In 1925, US Company established a floating tuna plant, and three years later the S.A. Marine products Company was established and it became the main source of employment for the population.
THE TAKE OFF. The warmth of its waters, the beauty of its beaches, the abundance of the sport fishing and other attributes that Cabo San Lucas possesses, motivated a large number of Mexican and foreign investors to invest in large-scale tourist developments. Mexican government created the infrastructure to turn it into one of the most beautiful tourist centers of Mexico.
Cabo San Lucas has become a major vacation destination with a variety of places of interest, and time share hotels that have been established on the coasts between Cabo San Lucas and San Jose de Cabo.
Cabo San Lucas is an important port of visit for tourist cruises that make sea voyages.
During the winter groups of whales can be observed offshore.
Los Cabos is one of the main places of tourism in Mexico.
Cabo San Lucas has one of the best climates that combines with good percentage of desert and tropic.
There are also many places to visit such as the arc, the dolphinarium, or the Cabo San Lucas zoo.
THE ARC OF CABO SAN LUCAS.
Is a rock formation, specifically a natural arch, in Cabo San Lucas located in the southern tip of Baja California Peninsula. Many argue that it has the appearance of a triceratops drinking water. The arch separates the California Gulf from the Pacific Ocean. It also bears a strong resemblance to the Hvitserkur arch in Iceland.
It attracts many tourist to Los Cabos since every four years the beach of love is formed because it can be passed under.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/cabo-san-lucas/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Cancún [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => cancun [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 25 [One_4_7] => 25 [One_8_10] => 45 [One_11_15] => 70 [Round_1_3] => 45 [Round_4_7] => 45 [Round_8_10] => 90 [Round_11_15] => 140 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Cancun is located in Quintana Roo, where Mayan culture shines on every corner. Surrounded by the breathtaking Caribbean Sea, soft coral sands, and the striking shade of blue that emerges from its crystal-clear waters, a visit to Cancun will make you wonder whether you are in a dream or else.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/cancun/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Chetumal [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => chetumal [Horas] => 08:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 400 [One_4_7] => 400 [One_8_10] => 420 [One_11_15] => 820 [Round_1_3] => 800 [Round_4_7] => 800 [Round_8_10] => 835 [Round_11_15] => 1635 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
The splendorous and mystical ruins will take you on an incredible journey back to the Mayan civilization. The archaeological zone of El Rey or El Templo del Alacrán (The temple of the scorpion) will amaze your eyes, and if you are into nature, you’ll love Xel-Ha, a natural aquarium that will make you feel as if you are waking in a dream.
Visiting the Secret River will take you closer to the Xibalbá, the Mayan underworld, and Xcaret, the most important eco-archaeological park in the country, will offer its charm so you can blend with the jungle. By the way, this splendorous place is why Cancun has been named the second most attractive destination for summer vacations in 2016 by Trip Advisor.
The range of options for tourists of all ages that Cancun offers, go beyond your imagination, from Its trendy nightlife, one of the hottest in the country, to its underwater museum, Cancun has it all for travelers looking to have the vacation of their life.
Chetumal, city, capital of Quintana Roo estado (state), southeastern Mexico. It is situated in the eastern Yucatán Peninsula, just north of the Belizean border. Chetumal lies at the mouth of the Hondo River on the Bay of Chetumal (an extension of the Caribbean Sea), at an elevation of 20 feet (6 metres) above sea level. It was founded on the site of a former Mayan settlement. During the colonial era, control of Chetumal was fiercely contested between Spanish conquistadores and indigenous Maya. In the 19th century the Maya smuggled arms and forest products through the port, which was renamed Payo Obispo in 1898; the name was never widely accepted, however, and it was renamed Chetumal in 1936. Chetumal became the territorial capital in 1902, when Quintana Roo was separated from Yucatán state, and has served as the state capital since 1974. The contemporary city, which largely postdates a devastating hurricane of 1955, has few cultural institutions apart from the University of Quintana Roo (1991), a museum of Mayan culture, and a city museum.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/chetumal/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Chiquila [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => chiquila [Horas] => 05:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 190 [One_4_7] => 190 [One_8_10] => 210 [One_11_15] => 400 [Round_1_3] => 350 [Round_4_7] => 350 [Round_8_10] => 415 [Round_11_15] => 795 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Chiquilá is a town in the municipality of Lázaro Cárdenas in Quintana Roo, Mexico, which is located in the extreme northeast of the Yucatán peninsula. It is located on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, and its location allows it to be the point of Maritime link to Holbox, an island with a significant tourist influx[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/chiquila/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Coba [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => coba [Horas] => 04:30:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 130 [One_4_7] => 130 [One_8_10] => 150 [One_11_15] => 280 [Round_1_3] => 260 [Round_4_7] => 260 [Round_8_10] => 295 [Round_11_15] => 555 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Climb the Pyramid at Coba
Archaeologists believe Cobá was one of the most important ruin sites on the Yucatan Peninsula. The design and purpose of this settlement was very different from other Mayan cities, with various settlements existing in one area. The white roads lead from each settlement to the main pyramid, Nohoch Mul. Learn more about this off-the-beaten-track Mayan Ruin.
A Little History About The Coba Ruins
Coba means ‘waters stirred by the wind’, an appropriate Mayan name as this settlement is surrounded by two large lagoons. For many years Coba was an ignored piece of Mayan history due to its location. Located between Tulum in the state of Quintana Roo, and Valladolid in the state of Yucatan, archeologists first learned about the site in the mid 1800’s, but dense jungle, the Caste War and lack of funds made this site a difficult area to penetrate. This Mayan site is still largely unexcavated making it a true wonder in the Yucatan. Visitors can enjoy shaded walkways that are the original sacbe (white roads), three settlements that show the architecture and vast area of this once large city, 2 ball courts and climb the highest Mayan pyramid in the Yucatan, Nohoch Mul. We have been visiting Coba since our arrival to the area in the early 90’s and we are still fascinated by this settlement.
Cobá was finally opened to the public as an archeological site in1973. Archeologists have estimated that 6,000 structures exist, but only three settlements are for public viewing. what makes this site different from Chichen Itza, Ek Balam, or even Tulum is that Coba is not a single site but a large group of sites connected to the central pyramid, connected by over 16 Mayan ceremonial “white roads” (sacbéob). The three main areas that can be viewed in the Coba Ruins are the Nohoch Mul structures (main pyramid), Conjunto Pinturas (spiritual area) and Macanxoc structures (close to the lagoon that bears the same name). Your day at Coba can last up to 2.5 hours if you walk the site, 1.5 hours if you take advantage of the Coba bicycle rentals or in an hour if you opt for the Mayan limo, a chauffeured tricycle where you just sit and take in the sights. Both bicycle options are inexpensive and super fun![Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/coba/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Cozumel [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => cozumel [Horas] => 05:30:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 105 [One_4_7] => 105 [One_8_10] => 0 [One_11_15] => 0 [Round_1_3] => 195 [Round_4_7] => 195 [Round_8_10] => 0 [Round_11_15] => 0 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Cozumel, a mostly undeveloped Mexican island in the Caribbean Sea, is a popular cruise ship port of call famed for its scuba diving. At Arrecifes de Cozumel National Park, there's diving spots around a section of the Mesoamerican Reef and the Museo Subacuático de Arte’s submerged sculptures. Chankanaab is an eco park surrounding a lagoon with underwater caverns, home to dolphins, manatees and sea turtles[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/cozumel/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => East Cape [id_estados] => 3 [Alias] => east-cape [Horas] => 04:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 120 [One_4_7] => 125 [One_8_10] => 125 [One_11_15] => 0 [Round_1_3] => 240 [Round_4_7] => 240 [Round_8_10] => 240 [Round_11_15] => 0 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Cabo del Este is a tourist corridor which comprises a wide coastline facing the Sea of Cortes, in which stand out the bays of Palms, Los Frailes, La Rivera, Cabo Pulmo and Punta Colorada, where in recent years an important hotels and service infrastructure has been developed and has allowed the growth of populations such as los Barriles and Buena Vista, among others.
ACTIVITIES TO DO IN CABO DEL ESTE.
Sport fishing is the main activity in Cabo Del Este and the region has gained international fame as the world capital of the Marlin and is not false advertising. The sport fishing fleet consists of 200 boats that sport fishermen can reserve to go out in search of the most coveted species of the region such as marlin, dorado, rooster fish, swordfish and sailfish with a high season that goes from May to October.
Other available activities for tourists are: Windsurf, Diving, Kite-Ski, Kayak, Mountain biking, Horseback riding, Trekking, Birds and Plants Watching.
ATTRACTIONS OF CABO DEL ESTE.
Marine Park Cabo Pulmo. This park is a Protected Natural Area, whose main attraction is an impressive coral reef considered the only one in the Sea of Cortes. A paradise for divers and snorkelers. This important underwater ecosystem of crystalline waters is home to multicolored fish, pelagic species and mammals such as whale sharks, hammerhead sharks, dolphins, manta rays, turtles and humpback whales. Sport fishing is carried out 10 miles offshore, an area suitable for catching marlin, goldfish, sailfish and tuna.
In the Village of Cabo Pulmo there are bungalows, ecotourism huts, restaurant service and a diving center with expert operators and certified instructors who will provide you with the equipment and all the facilities, so that you can safely enjoy the experience.
The faces offered by the Baja California Peninsula are as varied as plentiful. In the middle of Sierra de la Trinidad, on the route between Cabo Del Este and Los Cabos, you will find picturesque towns and small communities that still have traditions and activities that will captivate you.
Located in the limits of Los Cabos this population was founded in 1721 under the name Mission of Santiago de los Coras. This place has the only zoo that exists in Baja California Sur and also has a small museum of giant fossils, enriched with the great amount of marine remains (shells of mollusk, bones of whales and others) found in the high parts of the mountain range, which shows that millions of years ago this zone was part of a great sea.
In the vicinity of Santiago, approximately 5 miles to the south, are the springs of hot springs which are ideal for the enjoyment of tourists. The specific points are Agua Caliente (also known as Los Manantiales). El Chorro and Santa Rita.
Also belonging to Los Cabos, this town was founded in 1700 by French sailors. Formerly was called Rancho Viejo, but due to the abundance of flowers and beautiful women, now is called Miraflores. Here exists the only saddlery in the state that works the skin, which is manufactured in the form of briefcases, belts, covers, shoes, handbags and huaraches.
SAN BARTOLO. It belongs to the municipality of La Paz. In a significant proportion this place lives of the passage of travelers who make a stop to enjoy a reach meal in their restaurants, while taking advantage to buy from a great variety of fruit products that are made there.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/east-cape/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Isla Blanca [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => isla-blanca [Horas] => 03:30:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 35 [One_4_7] => 35 [One_8_10] => 55 [One_11_15] => 90 [Round_1_3] => 65 [Round_4_7] => 65 [Round_8_10] => 105 [Round_11_15] => 175 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
When is an island not an island? When it is Isla Blanca. It is actually a peninsula just a short drive out of Cancun. You can tell this area is just ripe for development but for now it remains an isolated strip of land that has the Chacmuchuc Lagoon on one side and the Caribbean sea on the other. This beautiful area features white sandy beaches and flat sandy stretches on the lagoon side that have a few mangroves.
This is a hidden secret for locals and tourist never make it out there except the adventurous kitesurfers. This area is popular for the sport of kitesurfing. The salt water lagoon is shallow and with the breezes here it makes it an ideal spot. You are sure to see some out in the water if you go.
On Sundays it is also a popular spot for locals. People drive out and have a family picnic or bring a 4 wheeler to drive on the flat sands of the lagoon side. Even though it has a close proximity to Cancun (25minutes) it does not get over packed. There are a few fruit sellers that walk up and down the beach selling cups of cut fruit. This is not where tourist go and a great place for locals to get away from the Senor Frogs crowd and mega hotels but still enjoy what makes Cancun so famous.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/isla-blanca/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => La Paz [id_estados] => 3 [Alias] => la-paz [Horas] => 04:30:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 240 [One_4_7] => 240 [One_8_10] => 240 [One_11_15] => 0 [Round_1_3] => 480 [Round_4_7] => 480 [Round_8_10] => 480 [Round_11_15] => 0 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>There are a few public access points before getting the end. Parking is usually about 30 pesos and there are quasi beach clubs with limited amenities. At the end there is paid parking or free parking along the sandy road. You can find three restaurants that serve up fresh fish. They are mainly only open in the afternoon until sunset. You can pack your own picnic and enjoy the day on the remote peninsula. Be prepared to carry your trash with you. There is some minimal shade so if you are going for a while keep in mind you might want to bring an umbrella or something to make shade. It can be buggy at times so bring some spray just in case.
La Paz is the capital of Baja California Sur, a Mexican state on the Baja California peninsula. It is known for its oceanfront boardwalk with beaches, parks, and works by international and Mexican artists. Many bars and restaurants have ocean views. In the city center, the 19th-century Cathedral of Our Lady of La Paz dominates the shady Jardin Velasco. The Whale Museum has exhibits of the area's gray whales.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/la-paz/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => North Playa del Carmen [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => north-playa-del-carmen [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 45 [One_4_7] => 45 [One_8_10] => 65 [One_11_15] => 110 [Round_1_3] => 85 [Round_4_7] => 85 [Round_8_10] => 125 [Round_11_15] => 215 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
North Playa del Carmen is an area that is between Playa del Carmen and Playa Paraiso.
It has been Punta Maroma and its surroundings.
This area of Playa del Carmen is known for its beautiful little inhabited beaches, for being isolated hotels in Playa del Carmen.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/north-playa-del-carmen/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Pacific Side [id_estados] => 3 [Alias] => pacific-side [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 100 [One_4_7] => 110 [One_8_10] => 110 [One_11_15] => 0 [Round_1_3] => 195 [Round_4_7] => 195 [Round_8_10] => 195 [Round_11_15] => 0 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Normally here you will find luxury hotels for adults only
The Pacific side of the Baja Peninsula is probably most famous for one of its repeat visitors, rather than its numerous geographic traits or any cultural attributes. The magnificent gray whale has known about the peaceful lagoons along the Pacific coast of southern Baja for centuries and is, to this day, a frequent visitor to the waters of Baja. The journey to Baja is a long one for the gray whales. It is a 10,000 mile round trip from their summer home in the Arctic Sea. The whales do not seem to mind, as they make this journey to Baja year after year.
The Pacific side of Baja, especially in the north, has a much milder climate than the rest of the peninsula. The Pacific currents and the winds that come off of the ocean tend to keep the Pacific side much cooler than the Sea of Cortez side. Much of the northern Pacific side of the peninsula has a climate like that of Southern California, and that can be a welcome relief to travelers in the hot summer months, especially if they are traveling from the southern part of the peninsula.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/pacific-side/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Playa del Carmen [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => playa-del-carmen [Horas] => 03:30:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 45 [One_4_7] => 45 [One_8_10] => 80 [One_11_15] => 120 [Round_1_3] => 85 [Round_4_7] => 85 [Round_8_10] => 150 [Round_11_15] => 200 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Playa del Carmen is one of the favorite destinations for vacation, especially in summer, according to Trip Advisor, as it is an idyllic place located in the heart of the Riviera Maya with fine white sand and blue-green waters, you will always find a Hammock and an umbrella to sunbathe and rest, especially in the edge of town that offers the quietest beach areas.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/playa-del-carmen/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Playa Mujeres [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => playa-mujeres [Horas] => 03:20:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 40 [One_4_7] => 40 [One_8_10] => 70 [One_11_15] => 105 [Round_1_3] => 75 [Round_4_7] => 75 [Round_8_10] => 135 [Round_11_15] => 210 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
If you prefer action, in Playa del Carmen you will find water activities such as windsurfing, jet skis, kayaking or diving in the impressive Mayan coral reef. Great musicians of Mexican and international jazz offer concerts every year. The beauty of the beaches and the many activities that Playa del Carmen has for you will force you to come back.
“Playa Mujeres is a new kind of development that was not initially oriented to tourism,” says Ximena de Cordova Cole, public relations manager for the Cancun CVB. “Now there are a lot of hotels that offer a different side of Cancun because they are so far from the Hotel Zone. The beach is difficult to access from the road, so it is much quieter than Cancun.”
Playa Mujeres is located about 25 minutes north of Cancun’s airport. The luxury beach destination has managed to remain in the shadows while Cancun has danced in the spotlight. Currently there are just a handful of hotels in the area, which is what has kept it so exclusive. Secrets has a resort there, as well as the Excellence Group, which has three hotels: Beloved Playa Mujeres, Excellence Playa Mujeres, and Finest Playa Mujeres. Coming in November, AMResorts will open a Dreams Playa Mujeres hotel, as well.
The area of Playa Mujeres is really designed for luxury travel. The community is home to one of the best golf courses in Cancun, the Greg Norman-designed Playa Mujeres Golf Club, and the marina is just steps from the lobby of Beloved Playa Mujeres. From the nearly private stretch of beach, hotel guests have a straight view across the water to Isla Mujeres, and many of the hotels offer excursions to the island, whether to relax, snorkel, fish or swim with whale sharks.
Exclusivity really is the theme in Playa Mujeres. Unlike in Cancun, a walk down the beach won’t lead to hotel after hotel. The population is a fraction of Cancun’s, so unwinding on the beach really is just about that. Entertainment outside of the hotels in Playa Mujeres is limited, but if guests are in need of frenetic nightlife, shopping or dining, the Hotel Zone is about 10 minutes away by car. Playa Mujeres is also about 10 minutes away from downtown Cancun, so if travelers are looking for a taste of “authentic” and “local” Cancun, it’s very easy to access, as well.
Bottom line: Recommend Playa Mujeres for your couple or family clients who are looking for a resort experience in Cancun that is close to the airport, minus the throngs of other tourists and the high, intense energy. It is an affluent, laid-back destination, where all-inclusive luxury sets the tone.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/playa-mujeres/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Playa Paraiso [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => playa-paraiso [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 40 [One_4_7] => 40 [One_8_10] => 60 [One_11_15] => 100 [Round_1_3] => 75 [Round_4_7] => 75 [Round_8_10] => 115 [Round_11_15] => 195 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Just south of the Tulum ruins, the wide Playa Paraíso makes a relaxing end to a day exploring the area. With the recent arrival of the Playa Paraíso Beach Club, this stretch of sand has grown extremely popular with Playa del Carmen and Cancún daytrippers, as well as Tulum vacationers. But what it doesn't boast in seclusion it makes up for in activity – you'll find plenty of opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving, plus a few hammocks, lounge chairs and umbrellas to choose from (if you get to the ruins early, you'll arrive at the beach in time to secure one), and a few beach bars should you want refreshment.
Reviewers were divided on the necessity of paying for access to the beach club. Some said the price (250 pesos, or about $13 for two beach chairs) isn't worth it, while others found the cost reasonable for the convenience. To save a little money, you can pack your own towels, chairs and snacks. As for the beach itself, some travelers described the shoreline as "beautiful," while others were disappointed with the amount of smelly seaweed.
A visit to Playa Paraiso is best combined with a trip to the ruins since the two attractions are a little more than a mile from each other. You can also easily rent a bike to reach this beach from town. The beach club is open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/playa-paraiso/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Puerto Aventuras [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => puerto-aventuras [Horas] => 03:40:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 55 [One_4_7] => 55 [One_8_10] => 75 [One_11_15] => 130 [Round_1_3] => 100 [Round_4_7] => 100 [Round_8_10] => 145 [Round_11_15] => 255 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Puerto Aventuras is a community located in Solidaridad Municipality, Quintana Roo, Mexico. It had a 2010 census population of 5,979 inhabitants, and is located at an elevation of 9 metres (30 ft) above sea level. It is the second-largest community in Solidaridad Municipality, after the municipal seat, Playa del Carmen.
Puerto Aventuras is divided into two parts: west of Highway 307 is the residential subdivision, east of Highway 307 along the Caribbean coast is the tourist zone with hotels and resorts, part of the Riviera Maya.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/puerto-aventuras/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Puerto Juarez [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => isla-mujeres-puerto-juarez [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 30 [One_4_7] => 30 [One_8_10] => 50 [One_11_15] => 80 [Round_1_3] => 55 [Round_4_7] => 55 [Round_8_10] => 95 [Round_11_15] => 155 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>Isla Mujeres is one of the best kept secrets of Quintana Roo. It's a wonderful island located in the Caribbean Sea that is considered as one of the destinations that any person should have on their bucket list.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/isla-mujeres-puerto-juarez/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Puerto Morelos [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => puerto-morelos [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 30 [One_4_7] => 30 [One_8_10] => 50 [One_11_15] => 80 [Round_1_3] => 55 [Round_4_7] => 55 [Round_8_10] => 95 [Round_11_15] => 155 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
If you are looking to relax you will find panoramic pools, hammocks and lounge chairs.
And if you are looking for adventure and entertainment opportunities, this is the best place. The calm waters and the beautiful coral reefs of the western area of Isla Mujeres are the perfect alternative for snorkeling or diving even if you're a beginner.
Be sure to visit El Farito reef, Isla Contoy National Park, or see the underwater sculptures near the Manchones reef. You can also enjoy swimming with whale sharks, go to the cliffs, swim with dolphins, go zip lining or biking.
Come to live a unique experience in one of Mexico's Pueblos mágicos; visit Isla Mujeres.
Halfway between Cancún and Playa del Carmen, Puerto Morelos retains its quiet, small-town feel despite the encroaching building boom north and south of town. While it offers enough restaurants and bars to keep you entertained by night, it’s really the shallow Caribbean waters that draw visitors here. Brilliantly contrasted stripes of bright green and dark blue separate the shore from the barrier reef – a tantalizing sight for divers and snorkelers – while inland a series of excellent cenotes beckon the adventurous. There’s a nice market just south of the plaza with a good selection of crafts and handmade hammocks that are of a much higher quality than those you'll find in Cancún or Playa.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/puerto-morelos/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Punta Sam [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => punta-sam [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 40 [One_4_7] => 40 [One_8_10] => 60 [One_11_15] => 100 [Round_1_3] => 75 [Round_4_7] => 75 [Round_8_10] => 115 [Round_11_15] => 195 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Punta Sam is the departure point for the car ferry that takes you to the two main islands next to Cancun: Isla Mujeres and Cozumel.
Staying in some of the beautiful hotels or villas in this section of Cancun allows you to enjoy spectacular sunrises as well as the gentle sounds of the Caribbean Sea. Also, tourists love to stroll on the white sands of Punta Sam's beaches and relax with the amazing views.
Between Punta Sam and Puerto Juárez, one of the four pre-Hispanic sites within Cancun can be visited: El Meco, despite being one of the smallest archaeological sites in the region, El Meco played an important role as a point of communication with Isla Women, the municipality to which it belongs today.
The Meco was inhabited in the classical period. It was a crucial landmark for coastal navigation, even at night. The other three Mayan sites are El Rey, La Duna, and El Cerrito.
Punta Sam is a residential community in the north of Cancun that offers a more relaxed atmosphere than the Hotel Zone, as well as many tourist services and beautiful seascapes.
Among the activities that you can do when visiting Punta Sam, is diving, here you can find paradises to enjoy this interesting activity, you can admire reefs up to 10 meters deep.
In the same way you can enjoy sailing: through the exhaustive beaches of Punta Sam, the most chosen places to navigate and discover unique landscapes.
Among the best places to eat is the Flamingos restaurant, the most famous in the region and it is no wonder if it is one of the best.
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The nightlife in Punta Sam is well known throughout the state of Quintana Roo. You can find an infinite number of places to enjoy the nights until the wee hours of the morning, either in bars or in the famous nightclubs of the region. You can dance to the rhythm of your favorite music while enjoying exquisite drinks, since most have great bars of national and international tropical drinks.
This city is the head of the municipality of Los Cabos located in the southern end of the state of Baja California Sur. The tourism is the principal activity of this place. The town is situated one kilometer from the sea. The particular desert geography contrasts with the sea, surrounded by thick ridges of great cactus diversity and the most peculiar desert vegetation.
Actually San Jose del Cabo y Cabo san Lucas form a tourist corridor in a coastal strip of 33 kilometers (20 miles), where besides the extraordinary beauty of the landscape, with dream beaches suitable for all water sports, it offers a huge variety of tourists services.
Has hotels of all categories, marinas, golf courses, tennis, extraordinary restaurants with the best national and international cuisine, night clubs, sport fishing facilities considered as the main attraction of the area, and everything that the most demanding tourist can expect from a tourist pole of such magnitude.
The festivities of this locality are related to the Patron Saint of San Jose, they are celebrated from 16th to 22th of March, being the 19th the most important day. The party begins with the coronation of the Queen and continues with the presentation of local and invited artists, charreada, cockfights, and competitions of cycling, athletics, and singing among others. Also you can taste typical dishes of the region.
One of the tragic events in this place was the hurricane Odile in September 14 of 2014. Most of the infrastructure, vegetation and beaches were affected by this natural phenomenon.
San Jose del Cabo is a destination to relax and take time without hurry. All this in a quiet and discreet elegance along with the courtesy and smiles of its inhabitants of this beautiful village.
DOWNTOWN. The town has as its heart the church of San Jose located in front of the Central Plaza. This catholic temple of colonial architecture and founded by the Franciscans, constitutes the point reference for the population. While touring the town you will find a variety of art galleries stocked with local handicrafts which express the most beautiful Huichol art.
ACTIVITIES TO DO IN SAN JOSE DEL CABO.
This peculiar ecosystem that contrasts the desert with the sea of Cortez, offers innumerable tourists places in San Jose del Cabo, like exploring desert vegetation and marine life as well as recreational activities such as ATV’s or horseback riding.
The distinctive feature of this destination is precisely its diversity of activities and places for all kind of tastes. Thanks to its museums and exclusive reserves that collect different species of animal and plant life.
CACTI MUNDO. It is an extraordinary and unique Botanical Garden where you can admire the most complete variety of Cactus in Mexico, including the most peculiar species that have never been shown before to the public.
CABO PULMO. Cabo Pulmo reefs are a place of exceptional beauty, located 40 miles east of San Jose. The reef is composed of several arms of hard coral, 18 meters deep. It is the only hard coral reef in the Sea of Cortez and one of the three live reefs in North America. For its incredible beauty is a magnet for divers and snorkelers.
GOLF. Los Cabos is a paradise for golf lovers. This destination is world renowned for its magnificent and professional golf courses that boats the most fabulous view of the sea surrounded by the desert vegetation.
EL ESTUARIO. The estuary, is a natural environment which allows visitors to stroll through a trails where nature has built a sanctuary for all kinds of migratory birds, so that, they can live for seasons in this area. The area has 250 species of birds.
DIVING AND SNORKELING. The Sea of Cortes gives you the opportunity to get in direct contact with the most peculiar marine species such as whale sharks and huge manta rays. Here is the only coral reef alive of North America, making of this place one a sensational area for diving or snorkeling.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/san-jose-del-cabo/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Sian Kaan [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => sian-kaan [Horas] => 05:30:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 200 [One_4_7] => 200 [One_8_10] => 0 [One_11_15] => 0 [Round_1_3] => 360 [Round_4_7] => 360 [Round_8_10] => 0 [Round_11_15] => 0 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
The Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is a protected natural space that is located on the Caribbean coast of the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. It was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1987 and a Ramsar site in 2003[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/sian-kaan/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => The Corridor [id_estados] => 3 [Alias] => the-corridor [Horas] => 03:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 80 [One_4_7] => 85 [One_8_10] => 85 [One_11_15] => 0 [Round_1_3] => 160 [Round_4_7] => 160 [Round_8_10] => 160 [Round_11_15] => 0 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
The Los Cabos Tourist Corridor is a 20-mile (33 km) stretch of gorgeous beaches, hotels and luxurious resorts that connects the cosmopolitan Cabo San Lucas, with the well known rock formation known as “El Arco“, where the Sea of Cortez meets the Pacific Ocean, and colonial-style San Jose del Cabo.
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Todos Santos is a town on the Baja California peninsula, on the Pacific coast of Mexico, bordered by the Sierra de la Laguna. It has many artists and is known for its many galleries. The modern Professor Néstor Agúndez Martínez Cultural Center is located inside an old school and has a local history museum. To the south, beaches like San Pedrito and Los Cerritos are known for their strong waves[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/todos-santos/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Tulum Down Town [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => tulum [Horas] => 04:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 75 [One_4_7] => 75 [One_8_10] => 95 [One_11_15] => 170 [Round_1_3] => 145 [Round_4_7] => 145 [Round_8_10] => 185 [Round_11_15] => 335 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. One of the most important sites in Tulum is its Mayan ruins, located on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea; with warm starry nights and clear turquoise waters lies the only archaeological site that sits on the seashore. It is the most photogenic site in the region and perhaps the whole country.[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/tulum/default_mayanheaven )  => stdClass Object ( [Zona] => Tulum Hotel Zone [id_estados] => 1 [Alias] => tulum [Horas] => 04:00:00 [Simbolo] => $ [One_1_3] => 90 [One_4_7] => 90 [One_8_10] => 115 [One_11_15] => 200 [Round_1_3] => 175 [Round_4_7] => 175 [Round_8_10] => 220 [Round_11_15] => 390 [Valor] => 1 [Divisa] => USD [Descripcion] =>
Under the cliff is Paradise beach, considered one of the best beaches in the Riviera Maya, from which excursions are organized to the famous Mesoamerican Reef Barrier. The Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve measures half a million hectares and covers all possible scenarios: beaches, coral reefs, rainforest, dunes and natural wells.
Come to live a unique experience in one of Mexico's Pueblos Mágicos; visit Tulum.
Tulum Hotel Zone offers different hotels with the necessary elements to make your vacation enjoyable and relaxing.
Along the coast of Tulum, extends a long strip of light and color, the hotels that are here offer variety in their facilities and services to all tastes and as per your requirements.
It offers bungalows, hotels and other city dwellers somewhat, some fresh offer hammocks and more, comfortable beds, services of restaurants and boutiques as well as tours to the archaeological and surroundings, plus some are very close to the biosphere reserve of Sian Ka'an, where you have the possibility of moving to other small nearby beaches and surrounded by tranquility.
A peculiar characteristic of this area is that their huts hotel have been developed thinking in harmony with nature, they are eco-friendly cottages, fed wind and solar power, so that from certain hours of the night, the lights off, but do not worry for that feature candles illuminate the room well, gives it a very romantic atmosphere, ideal for honeymooners.
On the road that connects the hotels along the same path, you must be cautious and observant, as you will discover some nice hosts trying to cross from one side to another of the street, also find various establishments such as grocery stores and bicycle rental agencies.
The hotel zone of Tulum its only 15 minutes by car from Downtown.
All this and more awaits you in the hotel zone of Tulum, do not hesitate and visit, not regret.
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Yucatán is a Mexican state famous for its beaches on the Gulf of Mexico and the Mayan ruins. The famous Chichén Itzá encompasses a massive pyramid, a ball court, and stone temples. Other Mayan sites are Ek Balam, famous for its well-preserved sculptures, and Uxmal, with its complex carved facades. The capital and largest city of Yucatán, Mérida, has a colonial history that is reflected in buildings like the 16th-century Mérida Cathedral[Image] => https://cdn-766.mimetic.app/assets/img/destinations/yucatan/default_mayanheaven ) )