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Riviera Maya, Mexico Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 2
Total Sleeping Rooms 211
Average Hotel Room Rate MXN 1,319
Average Daily Meal Cost MXN 841
Average Weekly Car Rental MXN 2,356

Riviera Maya, Mexico Things to Do and Attractions

Akumal

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Located in the heart of Riviera Maya between Playa del Carmen and Tulum, Akumal means "place of the turtles" in Mayan. The name is a fitting description for the coastal area where turtles still lay their eggs in the sand from April to October.

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Chichen Itza and Temple of Kukulcan

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On the Yucatan Peninsula, 188 kilometers west of Cancun, lies Chichen Itza, an awe-inspiring Pre-Colombian archeological site built by the Mayans. In more recent times, Chichen Itza has been recognized as a World Heritage Site and as one of the new

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Coba

Located 40 kilometers northwest of Tulum, Coba is a large ruined city of pre-Columbian Maya civilization. Situated around two lagoons, Coba is comprised of a series of elevated stone and plaster roads, large temple pyramids and structures still

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Tulum

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It's no wonder that hundreds of years ago, Mayan kings made Tulum one of the Yucatan Peninsula's first resorts. Its towers and temples were built on one of the Caribbean's most beautiful beaches, and it's this seaside location that sets Tulum apart

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Aktun Chen Natural Park

Located just 40 kilometers south of Playa del Carmen, Aktun Chen Natural Park is most known for its beautiful five-million-year-old, 585-meter-long dry cave filled with stalactites, stalagmites and a crystal clear natural well. Guests can explore the

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Alltournative

Alltournative specializes in day expeditions that combine eco-adventure, nature and Mayan culture. Tours include the Maya Encounter Tour in the Mayan ruins at Coba, during which participants zip line over the jungle, rappel over the cenotes and canoe

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Alux Restaurante & Lounge

One of the newest clubs to hit the club scene in Riviera Maya, Alux is set in the middle of spacious cave. Discovered in 1994 and restored with the help of a local conservancy group, the cave is now a majestic setting for late night party-goers to

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Blue Parrot Beach Club

Part of the hip Blue Parrot Hotel in Playa del Carmen, the Blue Parrot Beach Club is located directly on the white sand beaches. Once named one of the ten best bars in the world by Newsweek, Blue Parrot Beach Club is a Playa tradition.

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Diablito Cha Cha Cha

As high energy as it is popular, Diablito Cha Cha Cha is a Playa del Carmen hotspot known for its hip-hop music and dancing. Popular among locals and tourists alike, Diablito Cha Cha Cha serves spicy Mexican-Asian tapas in a peaked palapa bar and

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EcoColors Tours

EcoColors provides a variety of eco-adventure activities in the Mayan world. Most notable is the day-long Whale Shark Adventure, during which participants are picked up from area hotels and then take a boat from Contoy Island to dive, swim and

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Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park

The award-winning Hidden Worlds Cenotes Park is situated on the most extensive system of underwater caves and caverns in the world. The adventure park is famous for its many cenotes, a type of freshwater-filled, limestone sinkhole found in the

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Mayan Ceremonial Night Tour

Dos Palmas' Mayan Ceremonial Night Tour takes participants to an ancient purification ritual in the Dos Palmas village in order to teach tourists about ancient Mayan traditions and customs. During the ceremony, the Shaman, or Mayan priest, explains

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Playa del Carmen

Once a sleepy fishing town, Playa del Carmen is now a cosmopolitan town rich in shopping, nightlife, boutique hotels and fine dining. Though it's the largest city in Riviera Maya, Playa del Carmen – or "Playa" as it's called by locals – is still

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Ajua Maya

Specializing in authentic Mayan and Mexican cuisine, Ajua Maya is a five-star restaurant located off Fifth Avenue in Playa del Carmen. The restaurant features a beautiful cantina setting with a lush tropical garden, open-air palapa seating and live

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La Casa del Agua

Award-winning La Casa del Agua in Playa del Carmen features "European cuisine with a Caribbean touch," complemented by more than 140 wine selections from 12 countries. True to the restaurant's name, which means "The House of Water," the restaurant

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Playasia Restaurant and Wine Bar

Part of the sleek Blue Parrot Hotel on Fifth Avenue in Playa del Carmen, Playasia Restaurant and Wine Bar's cuisine and ambiance are not to be missed. Keeping with the exotic getaway theme of the hotel, Playasia guests dines in an open-air courtyard

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Dolphin Discovery

Located in Puerto Aventuras, Dolphin Discovery is a family-friendly, fun and educational experience focused on Riviera Maya's marine life. Visitors to Dolphin Discovery can swim with manatees, dolphins and sea lions or snorkel with stingrays in the

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Xaman Ha Aviary

Located inside the Playacar complex in Playa del Carmen, the vast Xaman Ha Aviary is home to more than 200 animals of 45 different species, including butterflies, iguanas, turtles and such colorful birds as the yellow-lored parrot, toucan and red

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Xcaret

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Visitors can experience the secrets of Mexico at Xcaret, an ecological theme park just six kilometers south of Playa del Carmen. Featuring hands-on exhibits found nowhere else in the region, Xcaret offers patrons a chance to swim with mother and baby

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Xel-Ha

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Xel-Ha is one of the Riviera Maya's eco theme parks, an experiential open sea aquarium just 30 minutes south of Playa del Carmen. A popular afternoon stop after a morning visit to the ruins at Tulum, Xel-Ha offers visitors the chance to swim with the

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Centro Ecologico Sian Ka'an

The Centro Ecologico Sian Ka'an, or the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to 23 archeological points of interest as well as diverse wildlife that includes 336 bird species, sea turtles and other animals. The area

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Lucky Fish Dive Center

Located on Tankah Tres Beach just 35 minutes from Playa del Carmen, Lucky Fish Dive Center offers a full range of diving services, including daily dives, night diving, cenote/cavern diving and cave diving. The center also offers snorkeling tours to

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Riviera Maya Golf

The gorgeous landscape of the Riviera Maya is the perfect setting to enjoy a day on the links. Thanks to a gorgeous landscape and year-round warm climate, Riviera Maya lends itself well to golfing adventures. Guests can find a number of world-class

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