Archaeological zone Coba: This landmark cultural site is home to Nohoch Mul, which, at almost 140 feet tall, is one of the highest pyramids in Mexico. A wonder of civilization it overlooks the beauty of the Riviera Maya jungle and lagoons of Coba and can be reached by rental car, bus or one of the multiple tours offered.
This oceanfront seafood restaurant is located in the main square of a colorful community. Enjoy flopping fresh shrimp ceviche, fish fillets, lobster and other regional dishes. Live musicians accompany the meal, making it even more delicious.
The architecture and design of La Isla, with its open trade areas, bridges and Venice-style canals, make it a unique shopping destination as well as fun for families. There is also an interactive aquarium where you can swim with dolphins and sharks.
Selvatica: This park, located in the Riviera Maya, is an adrenaline lover’s delight, with over four different adventure tours to choose from. The most popular one is the zipline, the longest and fastest one on the Yucatan Peninsula.
La Taberna in business for 12 years. The Tavern is the most representative bar of downtown Cancun. It has become an obligatory meeting place for young people to enjoy classic pub fare and a wide variety of drinks.
The Riviera Maya film festival which takes place from March 20th to the 25th, and screens shots and feature films. There will be more than 365 special guests, including actors and movie critics.
Did you know?
Cancun and the Riviera Maya are some of the world´s most popular destinations for honeymoons and weddings.