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Things to do in Cancún + The Riviera Maya

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  • Diving the Waters of Cenote Taj Maja

    Where It Is: The limestone bedrock that underlies Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula is pocked with freshwater-filled sinkholes called cenotes. For divers,... More
  • Dolphin Discovery

    With its passionate guides and open-ocean enclosures, Dolphin Discovery is the best of several companies in Mexico offering swims with dolphins. Un... More
  • El Caracol

    Modest compared with those on the Yucatán peninsula, Cozumel's Mayan ruins are still distinct. San Gervasio, in the interior, was occupied by the M... More
  • Hidden Worlds

    A mix of guided jungle and water activities are offered at this park in an up-close, jungle environment. Water activities are focused on snorkeling... More
  • Julia Kostenko

    Working with CEOs, multi-generational families, and vacation seekers since 2005, Julia Kostenko of Altour Travel specializes in creating unique tra... More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More
  • La Isla Shopping Village

    Tucked into faux townhouses overlooking Venetian-style canals and bridges, the 150 retailers at this gleaming new complex range from high-end chain... More
  • Los Cinco Soles

    A series of mini-shops in a restored colonial building, this market has the highest quality artisan crafts, clothing, tabletop goods, ceramics, and... More
  • Mambocafé

    This venue is closed. This chain of massive nightclubs, with outposts across Mexico and in Dallas, promises el nuevo ritmo tropical, "the new trop... More
  • Maya Spa

    Sure, you could book shiatsu, but this spa’s specialty is heavenly Mayan-inspired treatments. Everyone’s visit begins with an outdoor steam-cleansi... More
  • Mayan Jungle Tours

    The tour takes small groups on snorkeling trips to lesser-known underground rivers like the recently opened Kin-ha. More
  • Mercado de Artesanías

    A group of palapas by the town square make up the Mercado de Artesanías, where you’ll find traditional textiles and handcrafted, painted pottery ma... More
  • Mezcalito's

    This ever-popular thatched-roof beach bar is located on the less-frequented eastern half of the island. Take note: it's only open in daylight hours... More
  • Museo de la Isla de Cozumel

    Four compact galleries chronicle the island's Mayan history, Spanish conquest, Caribbean pirates, and ecological diversity (with a focus on the cor... More
  • Pama

    Cozumel is a duty-free shopping zone. The collection of luxury products found in this enormous store runs the gamut from perfumes and Baume & Merci... More

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