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Discover Mexico's Caribbean Coast 

Located in the state of Quintana Roo, the world-renowned Riviera Maya is a 120km coastline of palm-lined beaches, crystal-clear waters and reef-fringed islands. From the sprawling Hotel Zone of Cancún to the beach town of Tulum and the rustic island vibes of Isla Holbox - there is a perfect beach getaway awaiting every visitor. 

Tulum is a popular destination within the Riviera Maya, with its dominant cliff-side Mayan ruins, white-sand beaches, lush jungles, proximity to the Mayan city of Coba and the most famous cenote in Mexico - The Gran Cenote.  

The Gran Cenote is characterised by several caves filled with turquoise blue waters connected by meandering boardwalks and snorkelling spots. You may even get a chance to spot turtles. Your holiday to the Riviera Maya would not be complete without visiting this natural wonder.  

There are several islands to explore, such as Isla Mujeres and Isla Holbox. Here visitors can enjoy a distinctively laid-back, Caribbean vibe and small boutique hotels. Discover hidden beaches, swim amongst colourful coral reefs and be surrounded by endless tropical palm trees whilst soaking up the Caribbean sun. 

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The Hotel Zone in Cancún has a number of hotels with large-scale all-inclusive resorts, glitzy nightlife and fine dining. Cancún is also a convenient gateway to the nearby island of Isla Mujeres. If you like snorkelling and scuba diving check out the famous Underwater Museum, with over 500 life-size sculptures submerged within the surrounding waters. 

South of Cancún is the relaxed town of Tulum - offering boutique-style accommodation options and an array of yoga retreats. Eat at luxury beach clubs within the Beach Zone or stay in the Pueblo for authentic Mexican restaurants and lively bars.  

Best Time To Go: 

The best time to visit the Mayan Riviera is during the dry season between December and April, which also coincides with the high season. Expect more crowds but cooler temperatures and minimal rain. On the contrary, visiting during the low season which is between July and October, you will find fewer crowds and better deals on accommodation and excursions but expect more rainfall. The hurricane season commences from September through November. May to September is the best time to visit Isla Holbox if you want to swim with whale sharks


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