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The Mayan Riviera and the Yucatan Peninsula:

Things to do for Family Travelers in The Mayan Riviera and the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico 

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    Xcaret

    79 reviews

    An amazing experience! Swim through underground ceynotes, explore ancient Mayan ruins, see tubs full of baby sea turtles, and be entertained by an excellent nighttime show. I highly recommend this place!

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    Tulum Ruins

    114 reviews

    Must visit, the ruins and the view are just amazing, at the end of the walk there is the most gorgeous beach to swim in!!

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  • 3

    Xel-Ha

    40 reviews

    Xel-Ha, one of the amazing attractions in Cancun, Riviera Maya, Mexico, a natural aquarium park considered the largest aquarium in the world, the perfect place to perform activities in Riviera Maya. If you love nature, there is no better place than Xel-Ha to practice snorkeling and water activities like swimming with dolphins, Snuba® (combination of snorkeling and diving) or Sea

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    XPLOR

    17 reviews

    it is a great place.whole family can enjoy the rides.little bit expensive but worth it.lot of fun and adventures.

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  • 5

    Avenida 5 (Fifth Avenue)

    37 reviews

    Shopping, dining, people-watching...Avenida Quinta has it all and then some. It's only 1/2 block from the condo and offers everything from casual dining to 5-star restaurants; spas, shopping, excursion kiosks...it's all there!

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    Rio Secreto

    22 reviews

    For a very unusual taste of our natural wonders! This extraordinary park will get you into the hidden worlds of the mayans, the place where heaven and earth connected. This is an adventure to be shared by all the family; you will dress as a real explorer and go deep into the underwater rivers. The place is very well preserved ...

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    Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve

    8 reviews

    We had an amazing day-long trip to Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve with a private tour offered by www.vivitsiankaan.com. This was mostly a boat tour (just two of us and Aldo, the guide) – through mangroves, huge lagoons with turquoise water, wild beach with very fine sand and narrow canals cutting through the mangroves. We got to see lots and lots ...

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  • 8

    El Mirador / Playa Delfines

    8 reviews

    The beach was fantastic. I would give the sand SIX stars. The limestone and shell sand is a fine powder, which does NOT get hot even on a blisteringly hot day. It is AMAZING. The water goes from a deep blue to aqua, then turquoise all the way to white foam. The whole family spent hours collecting shells, walking for ...

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  • 9

    Isla Mujeres

    28 reviews

    A quaint island with much to offer explorers of all types: - dolphin habitat - ruins - village market - Mexican naval base - relaxing beaches - restaurants, shops, etc

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  • 10

    National Reef Park Garrafon

    5 reviews

    The last time I was here was in 1986, and it was one of the best snorkeling experiences of my life. It is more expensive now, but probably safer. It still has wonderful fish.

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  • 11

    Xcaret

    4 reviews

    The best park in Playa del Carmen. Fantastic night show about Mayan people, the evolution of mexican culture and civilization.

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  • 12

    Xcaret

    16 reviews

    This is for the active families, endless activities.

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  • 13

    Dolphin Discovery Isla Mujeres

    6 reviews

    Fun for the entire family. Swim with the dolphins, all you can eat food and several pools make for a perfect day!

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  • 14

    Tortugranja (Turtle Farm)

    5 reviews

    Fun place for kids and adults. Learn about all types of turtles and see them up close and personal!

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  • 15

    Crococun Zoo

    6 reviews

    An unexpectedly nice tropical petting zoo, Crococun is a great stop if you've got little ones in tow. Located just north of Puerto Morelos, it offers 75-minute-long guided tours (in English or Spanish) that introduce visitors to lots of different local creatures: you'll feed spider monkeys, walk through a crocodile enclosure, and hold boas, iguanas, and baby crocs. Best of ...

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  • 16

    Plaza Las Americas

    2 reviews

    prices are not cheap.compared with US it is expensive.lot of hand made items.lots of bargains.

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  • 17

    Dos Ojos Cenotes

    14 reviews

    Cenotes are one of the wonders that are in the Riviera Maya. Dont miss seeing at least one.

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  • 18

    Paradise Beach

    13 reviews

    This full service beach club has it all! The grounds are immaculate with plenty of palm trees for shade, a diverse variety of shrubs and plants as well as beautiful, intricate pathways. There is plenty of seating with side tables available both around the large pool and on the beach with full wait service. A large palapa covered bar also ...

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  • 19

    Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park

    12 reviews

    This park is a great intro to the underwater world of cenotes--an underground river system with caves flooded with cool and crystal clear water. Guided snorkeling and diving tours are offered throughout the day. Floating past huge stalagmites and stalactites and eyeless fish is an eerie, beautiful and unforgettable experience--I loved it. This park also was featured in a National ...

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  • 20

    Yal-ku Lagoon

    10 reviews

    Beautiful Yal-ku Lagoon is enclosed inlet that offers much sea life for viewing best via snorkelling. This inlet is connected to the ocean through an underwater river. There are bronze arts and beautiful landscaping throughout so for those non swimmers/snorkellings, this is also a wonderful garden to spend some quiet and relaxing time in.

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