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Inspirato’s hotel rooms and suites in Riviera Maya run along the coast from Cancun to Tulum. Furthest north, just outside of Cancun, NIZUC Resort & Spa offers easy access to the bustling nightlife of the city. In the quieter area of Mayakoba, choose from three residences and one hotel room at Rosewood Mayakoba, as well as six hotel rooms and villas at Banyan Tree Mayakoba, close to the beach. And 30 minutes outside Tulum lies Chablé Maroma, boasting villas with private pools.
Along Mexico's Caribbean coastline, archaeological wonders mix with lush jungle preserves, reef aquatic activities, and white-sand beaches. Dive into mysterious underwater caves, explore archaeological finds or stroll through flower-filled gardens and encounter a calliope of butterflies or a bright-red macaw. Inspirato accommodations are enviably positioned on pristine sands, mixed with a fine powder of pink coral and set amid acres of tropical gardens. The culturally rich Riviera Maya corridor offers a diverse set of vacation options and activities: lucky for you, you're staying among the best with everything you need minutes away.
Swimming with dolphins is a thrill for children and adults. A variety of facilities offer a full range of educational and interactive dolphin programs, and your concierge is more than happy to help you arrange the perfect day.
Throughout the Riviera Maya, a variety of cenotes can be found. These hidden worlds are magical to visit with their underwater caves, magnificent limestone formations and diverse marine life. Visit them on your own or book a tour.
Located within NIZUC Resort & Spa, Chef Bladimir Garcia's Terra Nostra restaurant is showcasing Mediterranean specialties. Homemade pastas, seasonal ingredients, and alfresco dining have all contributed to Terra Nostra's acclaim.
Lively Playa del Carmen has a number of restaurants, shops and beach life, making it a popular spot. Enjoy the European flavor of this coastal town as you stroll its streets, try one of its nighttime hotspots, or just soak up the sun.
The natural reserve of Sian Ka'an, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is home to 800+ plant species. It provides a habitat for a variety of birds, monkeys, and turtles, as well as crocodiles. Boat tours, kayaking, snorkeling, and more are all available.
Xel-Ha, or "place where water is born," is a magical spot and a snorkeling paradise. The ocean combines with freshwater springs and underground rivers here to create a natural aquarium, a perfect habitat for all forms of flora, fauna, and marine life.
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As the first ESPA-branded spa in the Mexican Caribbean, NIZUC spa prevails as the leading beauty and wellness authority. Inspired by the healing rituals of the Mayans, signature therapy options are customized to each guest and begin with an organic tea ceremony.
Explore the subterranean rivers of Rio Secreto. Recently hailed as one of Mexico's most captivating natural preserves, Rio Secreto's environmental practices protect the ecosystem of the region. Prepare to be astounded by your underground journey.
Located off the coast of Isla Mujeres, MUSA is an underwater museum conceived with the intention to offset the effects of climate change on oceans and reef systems. The museum features a number of underwater galleries that are ideal for novice divers to navigate.
Local events and festivals are a constant in Playa del Carmen and the surrounding towns. Ask your concierge for suggestions and a schedule of activities. You'll want to immerse yourself in the culture of the friendly Mayan people.
With the verdant Yucatan peninsula and always-stunning Caribbean Sea as its surroundings, the Riviera Maya area is a good vacation option any time of the year. The average annual temperature is an ideal 85 degrees and rain, while most common from June to August, tends to be fleeting. The Riviera's rainforest climate is naturally humid but with steady ocean temperatures, you can always take a dip to beat the heat.