Andaz Mayakoba Resort Riviera Maya is located right on the beachfront, just north of Playa del Carmen’s intriguing community of shops, bars, and restaurants. The Riviera Maya coastline and the crystal blue waters of the Caribbean Sea provide endless opportunities for watersports such as stand-up paddling, snorkeling, and kitesurfing.
One of the newest and most interesting truly Mexican restaurants in town with the most creative menu available. Experience the most amazing flavors of Mexico at Axiote restaurant, which has one of the most complete and extended variety of mezcal through all the Riviera Maya.
Has been described as The Sensation in Playa del Carmen, pamper the most discerning palate by enjoying mouth-watering dishes as fresh local fish with hibiscus flower sauce or a tender beef fillet, filled with huitlacoche (Mexican corn fungus) covered with spicy poblano chile sauce. Aldea Corazon serves a fusion of Mexican cuisine with a Mayan twist.
Mexico’s largest LGBT dance music festival takes place in Playa del Carmen for six days in February.
A 45 minute ferry ride from Playa del Carmen drops you off on the island of Cozumel, packed with resorts, restaurants, and bars in the town of San Miguel, as well as scenic diving and snorkeling opportunities.
Isla Blanca Kitesurfing
Isla Blanca, located off the north coast of Cancun, offers a variety of kitesurfing and kiteboarding tours and lessons, including safari tours.
This island off the north coast of the Yucatan Peninsula is part of the Yum-Balam Biosphere Reserve, home to flamingos, pelicans, and herons. Boat tours from Holbox showcase the impressive whale sharks that swim nearby.
Isla Mujeres Catamaran Trip
Take a fun boat trip to Isla Mujeres, full of picturesque beaches. The turquoise waters nearby contain the underwater museum of sunken statues, a stunning snorkeling destination.