Six places in the Riviera Maya that you should not miss

Although its 1,000-year-old ruins deserve a visit there are more than six places in the Riviera Maya, the Mayan influence is not the reason for the recent increase in tourism. The New Age atmosphere of Tulum, the restaurants surrounded by jungle and the white sand beaches have made it the warmest place on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

Yoga in Sanara: The yoga studio facing the sea in this ecological complex is characterized by sliding glass doors that open to allow the air to caress your skin during practice. The establishment is open from 8:30 a.m. at 10:15 a.m. or at 5:00 p.m.

Tacos in La Eufemia: In front of the sea, it allows to be relaxed all day; being pampered with a refreshing drink at the oriya of the beach. You can not miss the fish tacos or the freshly squeezed orange juice. Dining at Mezzanine: If you’re looking for an elegant night, most people agree; with the project that started a couple in Brooklyn many years ago. And although the food is of good quality, the wood chops are exquisite. The best fusion of Thai-Mexican food is found in Mezzanine, where the Thai curry pad and the massaman rival the view of the waves.

Drinks in Gypsy: The influence of New York in many places of Tulum does not happen by apperception. This bar of drinks surrounded by living nature deserves a visit. It must be taken into account that this is a mezcaleria, therefore, the choice of liquor is somewhat limited. On Friday nights you see Gypsy becoming a party.

Very Mexican breakfast in Zamas: Many consider it worthwhile to visit Zamas breakfasts. Many boast about huevos rancheros, but we went through a special chilaquiles (fried tortilla strips covered in salsa, cheese and fried eggs) that were worth ruining the benefits of yoga class that morning. It’s worth losing lunch and dinner.

Burritos in Burrito Amor: People get excited about the authentic Mexican sensation. The food is undoubtedly good, though cheap enough that you almost do not care. Opt for the newly opened Burrito Amor (shown below), which, although touristic, is one of the most outstanding meals for both breakfast and lunch.

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3 Things you didn’t know about Cenotes

What is a Cenote

You probably heard about Cenotes, being one of the best attractions of Cancun & Riviera Maya. Cenotes are holes on the ground which have over thousands of years old and usually  lead into a system of caverns; its clear and cold waters are a must see when you come to vacation in Riviera Maya.

Today we will tell you 3 things you probably didn´t know about this misticals water wells.


Cenote in Valladolid


Type of Water

The difference between the Caribbean sea and a cenote is that the cenote has fresh water, even certain kinds of species of flora & fauna are only found in cenotes. Usually they have clear blue water and because is underground tends to be cold.


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Why are they consider mystical

Before Spaniards conquered the ” Peninsula de Yucatán ” Mayan civilization used to think Cenotes were sacred, so as part of their culture they sacrificed Mayan virgins as an offer to their Gods, along with treasures.


Cenote Sacrifices
Bones at Cenote

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Some Cenotes have caverns all the way to the sea

Cancún & the Riviera Maya its all made of caverns so all the water from cenotes goes all the way to the sea, some adventurous divers always try to explore the massive caverns down cenotes, even new species have been discover, but they are so big its impossible to know where they will end.

So now you know the best way to get a dive in this fresh waters is to discover all the mystic behind them.

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Top 5 things to do in the Riviera Maya

If you’re traveling to the Riviera Maya you must make a list of the places and activities you wanna visit, here are the 5 things we select for you to have an amazing vacations!

The Mayan city of Tulum stands 130 km south and 700 years away of Cancun. But the contrast between the two can be measured in more than just distance and time. Visiting Tulum is a perfect day trip for those who tire of idly lounging around the pool. What sets the site apart from other ruins in Mexico is both the fact that it is well preserved and it boasts its own, inviting beach.tulum-original-15971Xcaret It’s a natural sanctuary where the history of Mexico combines with fun traditions and the splendor of the Mayan culture. I open my doors along the Caribbean Sea and invite you to discover magical experiences where underground rivers await you, along with the fauna of the Mayan jungle and unforgettable shows.


Playa del Carmen.- beautiful, quiet vacation paradise 45 minutes up the coast from the crowded and overgrown Cancun Mexico. Playa del Carmen is known mainly for white sand beaches, turquoise waters and a laid back vibe. Not too long ago it was a fishing village that has become the #1 destination in Mexico.


Xel-Há.– Regarded as one of the world’s greatest Natural Wonders, Xel-Há provides one of the best experiences in the heart of the Riviera Maya. Practice snorkeling and see hundreds of colorful fish and a great diversity of marine species that inhabit its cove and cenotes.


Chak Balam Prehispanic Park.- Visit Chak Balam Prehispanic Park and delve into a stunning universe that offers an exciting mix of adventure, exploration, and culture. Learn about the ancient Mayans through interactive displays and demonstrations performed by shamans, then get your adrenaline pumping with ziplines and games.


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