– Much of the travelers to the Riviera Maya do it from the Cancun Airport, the ideal is that you hire a private transportation service to move to your destination or hotel.
– If you plan to make several routes or a long stay to know the places of interest located in the surroundings, it is advisable to rent a car.
– In Playa del Carmen there is a port to cross to Cozumel, the trip takes about an hour and there are several schedules throughout the day.
– The largest city in the Riviera Maya is Playa del Carmen.
– In Playa del Carmen there are many restaurants along 5th Avenue, and most of the hotels in the center are near or in front of the beach.
– It is important that you know that the hurricane season in the Riviera Maya begins in July and ends in November, being the rainiest season from September to October, however this is not a pretext for not traveling, as this does not take for granted that a hurricane passes or touches the Riviera Maya, are natural phenomena and there is also the great advantage that its intensity can be measured, as well as predicting its trajectory in advance.
– Tulum, Coba and Muyil, are the 3 must-see archeological zones in the Riviera
– If you like to snorkel or dive, ask and know the Cenotes Route, it is an area where there are a lot of cenotes very close to each other, where you can swim, snorkel or dive.
– There are three high seasons in the Riviera Maya, which are the holidays of Easter, summer (July – mid-August) and December. If you want to travel on these dates to the Riviera Maya, it is best to book in advance.
– The Akumal area has the reputation of having some of the best beaches in the world, take a tour of the place!
– Do not forget sunscreen and mosquito repellent.