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The seventy-five mile stretch of beaches, bays and inlets, known as the Riviera Maya is situated in the Mexican Caribbean on the coastline of the Yucatan Peninsula in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico. Beginning eighteen miles south of the Cancun International Airport in Playa del Secreto and extending to Punta Allen in the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, the Riviera Maya beckons vacationers looking for a new vacation experience.
Featuring the tranquility of uncrowded beaches, a vast network of underground rivers, over 100 cenotes (sacred pools of clear, calm water), the action of eco-adventure sports, including cave diving, kayaking, mountain biking, scuba diving, snorkeling in cenotes and on the reef, trekking, bird watching, and deep sea fishing, proximity to many of Mexico's most significant Mayan archeological sites and the varied activities of the eco-archeological parks, the Riviera Maya offers endless possibilities for exploration and relaxation. All of this, in addition to shopping, golfing, dining and a range of hotels to suit every lifestyle and budget, will keep visitors to the Riviera Maya returning again.
The Riviera Maya offers visitors an elaborate and varied selection of sports and recreational activities tailored to the tastes and desires of each visitor. From contemplating the vast and diverse Maya culture, which is present in its architecture and paintings on view in the many archaeological sites throughout the region, to the enjoyment of different water sports such as diving and fishing, and tennis or golf.
Throughout the year there are many special events that take place in the Riviera Maya that can prove to be fun and even exciting for visitors. There are festivals that range all the way from the extraordinarily successful and acclaimed Riviera Maya Jazz Festival through international movie festivals, food festivals and even a Tequila Festival.