Covering three states, Yucatán, Campeche, and Quintana Roo, Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula is surprisingly diverse.
Bordering Belize and Guatemala, the Yucatán Peninsula maintains its close Mayan ties, found in its inhabitants dress, language, religion and cuisine.
Bordering the Caribbean Sea, the Yucatán Peninsula boasts ancient ruins, rainforests, underground caves, traditional haciendas, colonial cities, offshore islands with luxury resorts and natural wonders that will satisfy even the most seasoned traveller.
The Mayan Riveiera is Mexico's most popular and well-known beach resort destination, offering glitzy luxury hotels in Cancun, shopping and lifestlye in Playa Del Carmen and boutique hideaways near Tulum.
Mexico's All Inclusive resort scene has grown immeasurably in recent times. Our choice of hotels in the Mayan Riviera focuses much more on small, independent, boutique style hotels in quieter locations.