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Riviera Maya Holidays 2016

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Relax in Riviera Maya

Sashaying across a shoreline of crystal blue waters, this is the overriding image that encompasses holidays in the Riviera Maya, one of the most treasured coastlines in Mexico. Awash with glittering bays scattered with pale white sands, this region is home to some striking natural landscapes which stretch between opulent hotels and luxurious resorts.

Lapping at the shores are the warm waters of the Mexican Caribbean Coast, home to some of the best diving sites in the world, providing a playground for a host of water sports. Couple this with ancient cultural attractions and historical highlights, and you have one of the most colourful regions in the whole of Mexico.

Ancient Ruins and Stunning Coastline

Those that embark on Riviera Maya holidays can do far more than spend their days sipping on cocktails, soaking up the sun and watching the sea lapping at the bay – if you can pull yourself away from these delights! You can enjoy an abundance of cultural experiences, adrenaline-fuelled sports, and journeys through history. Visit the region’s Mayan ruins to delve into the country’s past civilisation, venture through its eco parks for some extraordinary wildlife spotting or indulge in a spot of island hopping to nearby destinations like Cozumel.

Evenings across the area are as lively and varied as the daytimes. Spend the night on the dance floors of Playa del Carmen’s busy 5th Avenue or join the young party crowd in Cancun, or if you’d prefer, sample some local cuisine on the beach in Tulum after a day exploring the area’s beautiful ruins that peer across the Caribbean Sea.

There’s a huge array of things to do during Riviera Maya holidays; a landscape rich with beaches, countryside and culture. Trips to Riviera Maya are extremely popular among diving enthusiasts who visit year after year to explore the area’s endless diving sites. Whether you want a beginner’s lesson in shallow waters, or you want to delve to deep depths in search of unusual marine life, the local seas and cenotes provide endless watery exploration for thrill-seekers.