Description 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. …

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Chiquila/ Holbox

Description To the north of the state of Quintana Roo, is Chiquilá, the starting point for Isla Holbox and which is also a fishing port. In this place there are no hotels, as it is only the port of departure, however, some tours for the Whale Shark depart from here from June to August. There …

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Cancún Hotel Zone

Beaches One look at Cancún’s aquamarine Caribbean waters and it makes perfect sense why planners back in the 1970s were so eager to develop the area as Mexico’s next big resort destination. With about 19km of powdery white-sand beaches in the Zona Hotelera and a quieter 15km stretch of coast north of downtown, Cancún is …

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Bahia Petempich

Description The Riviera Maya region technically begins at Bahía Petempich (also known as Punta Tanchacté), where long expanses of sand are lapped by turquoise waters. Historically a fishing village, this area has recently been overtaken by Puerto Morelos’s growth, and now there are new hotels and resorts here as well. Just 20 minutes south of …

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Akumal & Half Moon Bay

Akumal & Half Moon Bay Description Still famous for its beautiful beach and large, swimmable lagoon, Akumal (Place of the Turtles) does attract turtles, though in far fewer numbers than before due to the massive development that has encroached on nearly all of their nesting grounds. This is one of the Yucatán Peninsula’s oldest resort …

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