5 extreme experiences in the Riviera Maya



 

Selva Maya Eco Adventure Park Experience

5 extreme experiences in the Riviera Maya

Stay in touch with nature while you let your adrenaline flow!  You'll be part of the incredible adventure that Selva Maya Ecopark brings to you, in this spectacular park, you'll experience immense emotions while doing extraordinary adventure activities such as zip-line and snorkeling, and you'll be able to cross its fantastic suspension bridge and test your skills by climbing on its attrac... More info

Diving in Cozumel

5 extreme experiences in the Riviera Maya

Nowhere in the Caribbean compares to the coral formations provided by the clear, warm waters of Cozumel. Considered one of the five best dive sites on the international level, it has 40 dive zones with depths ranging from 3 to 30 meters/10-100 feet and spectacular wall reefs that reach great depths. The reefs that cover this island have a depth of between 15 and 90 ft. Some of these reefs ha... More info

Horseback Riding Tour through the Riviera Maya Jungle

5 extreme experiences in the Riviera Maya

Specially built for those with little to no experience riding a horse; this activity helps you to travel comfortably across the fascinating and exotic scenery of the Riviera Maya.  In this unique experience, its experienced guides will lead you on a peaceful horse ride through amazing scenery, creating memorable memories to share with friends and family. You can travel through the exuberan... More info

Xel-Há Water Park

5 extreme experiences in the Riviera Maya

If you still haven't visited this paradisiacal place in the Riviera Maya, you may wonder what is Xel-Há? It is a beautiful park whose emblem is a huge natural cove, home to various species of flora and fauna, as well as being of special relevance for the Mayans in their heyday. Since ancient times, the Mayans have known this imposing natural site. The meaning of Xel-Há is 'where the water is ... More info

Sian Ka'an Biosphere

5 extreme experiences in the Riviera Maya

This is the largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean with approximately 1.3 million acres. Its name is translated from Mayan as 'where the sky is born' or 'gift from the sky'. In 1987 was named by UNESCO a world heritage site. Part of the reserve is on land and part is in the sea, including a section of coral reef. The area includes about 23 known Mayan archaeological s... More info