Riviera Maya

Holiday Guide Riviera Maya, Mexico – All Inclusive

Quick Details

  • Flight time: 10 hours from UK
  • Time difference: 5 hours behind UK
  • Language:Spanish
  • Currency:Peso (US Dollar accepted)

 

At a Glance

  • One of Mexico’s most popular holiday destinations
  • A glorious 30 kilometre stretch of coastline
  • Plenty of bars, nightclubs and discotheques
  • December to April are the most popular

General Area:

Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula especially Riviera Maya has become one of the most loved holiday destinations. Sitting cosy between the lush forests and the deep blue sea, all inclusive Riviera Maya has everything one needs; whether you’re looking for a fun filled family holiday or a luxury trip with your partner.

Apart from lazing around on the beach or trying out water sports, activities on holidays all inclusive in Riviera Maya include day trips to Eco parks – Xcaret and Xel Ha, where one can go on a sea trek, walk on the seabed, swim with dolphins and cycle from tree to tree on a zip bike; a trip to Akumal to see 100 yr. old turtles; a catamaran cruise or a visit to the ancient Mayan city of Tulum to see the ruins.

Beach:

With a glorious 30 kilometre stretch of coastline, Riviera Maya is home to some of the best beaches in Mexico. The stunning shores and the blue waters of the Caribbean are known to have some of the best diving sites in the world. Right off the coast is the second largest reef in the world, thus making scuba diving and snorkelling a pleasure on cheap all inclusive holidays in Riviera Maya. Another famous attraction in Riviera Maya is the region’s underground caves and Cenotes or giant rock pools ideal for swimming in.

Nightlife:

When it comes to nightlife, Riviera Maya has its fair share. Whether you’re looking for a romantic dinner under the starlit sky or a place to party all through the night, Riviera Maya holidays have it all. There are plenty of places such as bars, nightclubs and discotheques in Riviera Maya especially around Playa Del Carmen where one party hard. Most hotels in the vicinity too have their own bars and in-house evening entertainment programs for the guests putting up at their hotel.

When to go:

Like rest of the area on the Yucatan Peninsula, Riviera Maya too has a warm tropical climate throughout the year. The temperatures hardly go beyond the mid-twenties in winters too. There are two main seasons on holidays in Riviera Maya- wet season and dry season. The wet season here starts from May and goes on till November while, the dry season is from December to April.
Though anytime is a good time for a trip to Riviera Maya but the months between December to April are the most popular.

Cancun Weather

April 79°F
May 81°F
June 82°F
July 82°F
Aug 82°F
Sept 82°F
Oct 81°F
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