Blog Posts - Riviera Maya



10 Festivals Worth Traveling for in March

As the cold weather begins to subside, revelers come out of hibernation for these unique March festivals. Whether you want a little peace and quiet or a month-long blowout, we’ve got you covered with this list of March’s best festivals worldwide.
by Viator Travel Blog on Mar 3, 2016

Choose Riviera Maya Hotels Mexico For Best Accommodation

Large number of tourists from United States and Canada visit Mexico every year. The visitors not only from these two countries but also from Asia and Europe like to visit Mexico to spend their holidays. The weather of Mexico is generally tropical and...
by México Noticias on Jan 4, 2016

Find Fun And Adventure In Riviera Maya Mexico

Mexico is a land of mystery, majesty and charm. The Riviera Maya area along the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places in the world. It’s also become one of the most popular destinations on the planet. When you...
by México Noticias on Nov 10, 2015

Top Ten: Overwater Bungalows

1. Song SAA Private Island Koh Ouen and Koh Bong, CambodiaThis largely undeveloped island is located just a 35 minute boat ride from the port of Shianoukville and is a paradise that consist of rainforest, tropical reefs and white beaches. ...
by The Travlers Insider on Sep 25, 2015

48 Hours in Mexicos Riviera Maya

While the popular party resort of Cancun is home to the infamous spring break, just south of the city the stunning Riviera Maya welcomes tourists from all over the world. If you’re looking for theme parks, huge malls or sprawling attractions then t...
by México Noticias on Sep 9, 2015

What is a perfect day in the Riviera Maya?

The Riviera Maya extends along the Caribbean coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula from Puerto Morelos to the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve. Once home to small fishing villages, the Riviera Maya coastline has since been developed into a modern touri...
by eTravelTrips on Jul 24, 2015

Riviera Maya – o destinaţie completă

O săptămâna petrecută pe Riviera Maya, în peninsula Yucatan. Plaje albe, iguane şi, nu în ultimul rând, Chichen Itza.
by LumeaMare on Aug 6, 2014

Launch of Little Eko Chefs an Exceptional Culinary Kids Program

My family loves watching the food shows on TV. I feel like food shows are clean enough for kids while being interesting and educational for the whole family. Naturally when MasterChef Junior came out, my kids were very interested. I have always thoug...
by Family Focus Blog on Aug 1, 2014

Mein Instagram Travel Thursday: KW 29 Mexico!

Mein Instagram Travel Thursday am 17. Juli 2014. Es ist jetzt ein Jahr her dass wir Mexikos Halbinsel Yucatan bereist haben. Wir hatten eine aufregende und tolle Zeit in Campeche und an der Riviera Maya. Auf dem Jo Igele Reiseblog haben wir damals au...

Our Last Day In Puerto Aventuras

After Hobie cat sailing earlier in the morning, Ken and I decided to stay at the resort and just relax by the beach and pool bar.  (See Ken in picture above at the bar?)After brunch, we settled in on the beach ... near the bar.  With the sk...
by Mid-Life Cruising!! on Jul 9, 2014

Hobie Cat Sailing in Mexico!

Me and Herman,  a sailor for over 20 yearsAs I mentioned I was going to do in my last post about snorkeling in Akumal, I woke up on our last full day in Mexico with a plan.  The very first thing I was gonna do that morning was walk straight...
by Mid-Life Cruising!! on Jul 1, 2014

Akumal .. Place of the Turtle!

Our first view of the Akumal beach ...After a rainy day at the resort, we were pleasantly surprised to wake up the next day to a better weather forecast.  Although there was a chance of rain every day until we left, the forecast had changed from...
by Mid-Life Cruising!! on Jun 27, 2014

Chillin' Out ... Or Trying Hard At It!

The "Chill Out Bar" ... where we did just that.After two days of exploring Tulum and Playa del Carmen, we were ready for some beach time.  However, Mother Nature wasn't cooperating and once again the forecast called for a rainy day.  We'd b...
by Mid-Life Cruising!! on Jun 24, 2014

The Streets of Playa del Carmen

With forecasts for another rainy day in Mexico, Ken and I decided to grab a "collectivo" and head a few miles North to Playa del Carmen.  We had visited the town briefly on the first day of our trip, when we took the ADO bus from the airport. &n...
by Mid-Life Cruising!! on Jun 20, 2014

The Ruins of Tulum, Mexico

The Mayan beachside ruins of TulumAfter our first day of lounging around the Catalonia Resort, Ken and I woke up the next morning, saw the forecast of rain everyday for the rest of our trip, and figured a rainy day would be a good time to tour the ru...
by Mid-Life Cruising!! on Jun 17, 2014

Hola, Mexico!

View from our balcony ... loved drinking our morning coffee to this sight!I can't believe we've been back for five days already from our getaway to the Riviera Maya in Mexico!  This "escape" was long overdue.  In just the past two months we...
by Mid-Life Cruising!! on Jun 10, 2014

Men Universe Model 2014

Men Universe Model 2014Find out why Men Universe Model 2014 brings excitement in the pageant world. The Dominican Republic has opened its door to over 40 gorgeous candidates who will participate in the most-awaited Men Universe Model 2014 competition...
by Daily Trending Search on Jun 5, 2014

Explore the Pristine Beauty of Akumal – a Treasure of Mexico

Do you wish to explore a quiet, serene and secret getaway away from the hassles and bustles of a busy town like Cancun? Akumal is the place to be. Located around 60 miles, exactly an hour and fifteen minutes south of Cancun, Akumal is found on the Me...
by eTravelTrips on Mar 20, 2014

Caribbean Mexico: how to find a green hotel

| 4 Great Tips | Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is home to some of the Caribbean’s best and most beloved resort destinations, including Cancun, Cozumel, Riviera Maya and beyond. The range of choices for lodging can, in fact, be downrigh...
by Green Traveler Guides on Oct 15, 2013

My Trip to The Riviera Maya in Mexico

I am back from one fabulous trip to the Riviera Maya on the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.  It was a last minute trip that Ed sprung on me only 4 days before we left.  With our life in limbo and living for the past 5 years with unemployment hanging o...
by In My Own Style on Sep 18, 2013


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