Akumal beach is know for swimming with giant sea turtles. You can spend a day visiting La Vida Bueno for lunch on the beach with breathtaking views and then take a short drive to the beach, put on your snorkel gear, swim past the boats and you will soon see many giant sea turtles and pass through beautiful reefs with ...
Cities near Akumal
- 2Mexico92 reviews
Whenever I get into a conversation about my favorite travel experiences, Tulum always comes up. I had the BEST time here. Everything from the food, sights, hospitality, prices and experiences was amazing! If you're into adventure, culture and/or nature travelling, this is the place to visit!
- 3Mexico14 reviews
- 4Mexico2 reviews
Best Park in the Riviera Maya.....!
- 6Mexico7 reviews
Puerto Morelos is kinda like what the Big Island is to hawaii. It is touristy enough to draw visitors, but it remains small and quaint enough that it has not become a spring break destination. The town is entertaining at night and the beaches are great 24 hours a day.
- 7Mexico116 reviews
My favorite part of the Cozumel experience was the tequila tour and tasting (very interesting and enlightening).
- 9Mexico13 reviews
For my money, the best easily accessible ruins in the Yucatan (OK, maybe Uxmal is cooler, if you can get there before the tour buses). What's nice about Coba is that it's spread out over a wide area, which means it rarely feels very crowded and--even better!--you can rent a bike at the entrance to get around. Plus, it's also ...
- 10Mexico3 reviews
An easy day trip from Playa is Sian Ka'an, with its Biosphere Reserve which is a massive swath of pristine forest and wetland, home to monkeys, crocodiles, manatees, dolphins, and dozens of species of fresh and salt-water fish species. The Reserve is considered one of the world’s top fly fishing destinations, and most visitors here are anglers. But Sian Ka’an ...
- 11Mexico1 review
quintana roo is very nice and has great beaches come to visit the hotels are comfortable will visit soon welcome.
- 12Mexico1 review
This is the port in Cozumel. Not much to see here but huge cruise ships and ferries.
- 13Mexico1 review
Small Mayan fishing community at the end of the Boca Paila Rd. Head to the beach from 307 at Tulum and turn right for an adventure you will never forget! Great food, fresh? You know it, langostina y pesca caught moments before being served to you on the beach. Fabulous tours available for sight seeing or fishing all run thru ...