From north to south of Quintana Roo is considered the starting point of the Riviera Maya. It is characterized by having the sea on one side and the Cenotes Route on the other, the covered path of these caves with underground rivers of cold water that are eligible alternatives to cool off the heat and dive.
It is the strategic point chosen by national and foreign tourism to stay. From this site you can easily move to Cancun, Isla Mujeres and Cozumel (which are not part of the Riviera), as well as to the most frequented ecotourism parks (Xcaret, Xel-Há and Xplor). There are also beaches, beach clubs and discos.
It is a mandatory stopover for rest. Besides, it is a suitable place for you to start diving if you still do not do it, or the sea scares you. In case you are afraid of not knowing how to swim, this is a fabulous corner to start doing so because it has low beaches and snorkeling.
Forget the cell phone even for a day when you step on this piece of heaven on earth. Well, okay, use it for your selfies when you travel through the archeological zone, but turn it off later. It is advisable to make the boat trip to snorkel in front of the historical ruins. It is one of the places to visit in the Riviera Maya most frequented towards the south of Quintana Roo.
This nature reserve was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. It is one of the most cared for Mexican corners for its value and preservation of species. That is why security is extreme, both to protect the space and its visitors, who can access its crystal clear waters with supervision of specialized guides.
Another place you can write down on your list is Holbox. This island is distinguished by being extremely quiet. Without vehicular traffic, only with bicycles and boats to move, it is advisable to spend a couple of days disconnected from any technology.