The Mayan Riviera and the Yucatan Peninsula:

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

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    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's all there!

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    Parque de las Palapas

    2 reviews

    The center of downtown Cancun is this "park"--I put it in quotes because it's not really a big green expanse, just an open plaza with a bandshell and a bunch of food stands set up on one side. It's a great place to go in the evening, especially on weekends, and just hang out and people-watch. Mexican families come and ...

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    Señor Frogs

    24 reviews

    THE place to go for OVER-priced drinks and stupid drunken tourists. Fun when you are 20, a drag when you have a family.

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    5 reviews

    Walk here down the beach from the condo. Sit outside and listen to great music with a few cocktails and the sea as your background

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    Tulum Ruins

    114 reviews

    Yes, the ruins here are incredible. But honestly, what I ended up loving the most about our visit to the Yucatan Peninsula was the beach at Tulum. If you happen to take the tour (we didn't, just walked around on our own), be sure reserve some time to enjoy Tulum's beach. You won't regret it! The beach is serene and ...

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    79 reviews

    Theme park offering opportunities to get up close and personal with the natural world.

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    40 reviews

    It's like snorkeling in a massive aquarium. Full of amazing fish, and definitely worth doing if you are doing the day trip to Tulum from Cancun. Hell, it's worth it if you only come here.

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    Isla Mujeres

    28 reviews

    Beautiful island, golf cart ride very good, the south side of the island is more beautiful than the north, but the north has a calm sea and beautiful beaches.

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    Rio Secreto

    22 reviews

    A wonderful tour through secret caves. Wear your bathing suit, you'll be wading for part of it.

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    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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    Cenotes Kukulkan and Chac Mool

    15 reviews

    Although you won't get the full experience if you don't dive through the underground waterways, I still encourage non-scuba divers to go. You get to swim in a freakin' cave! I didn't get a lot of use from my snorkel gear as there wasn't much underwater life to look at. It was still cool to see the rock formations and ...

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    Dos Ojos Cenotes

    14 reviews

    I was amazed how crisp and clean the water was in these cenotes! It was a bit scary at first to swim in a dark cave with bats flying around but I soon realized there was nothing to worry about. There weren't any scary creatures in the water and the bats didn't bother us at all.

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  • 13


    16 reviews

    This is for the active families, endless activities.

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  • 14

    Quintana Roo

    13 reviews

    Cette place est magique j'adorerais y aller une deuxieme fois mais c'est cher donc non je ne peut pas

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    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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  • 16

    Merida Cathedral

    11 reviews

    The City of Merida is wonderful and a must see when you go to the Yucatan. It's the Capital City and has SO much to offer. This cathedral is the oldest in North America.

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    Coco Bongo

    11 reviews

    Las Vegas Show´s in a nightclub.

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    Coba Ruins

    10 reviews

    Depends on what you like--and I loved it. This is the most ancient of the ruins and thus, the one in most "ruin." It's in a jungle also. Some people love that, some don't: I did as a history buff. It has the Mayan calendar there: the one that so-called predicted the end of the world 2012 (it was a ...

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    10 reviews

    Akumal is absolutely spectacular as a snorkeling spot. The reefs house many different types of sea life and this is also home to many sea turtles. The current is very gentle and returns to shore so this is a great place for snorkelers of all skill ranges.

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    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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