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Playa del Carmen is a beautifully located place and is probably the main reason for its popularity as a tourist spot. There is so much to do and it has something to offer everyone.
If you can tear yourself away from the beach and all the fun there, you can explore the many nearby wonders of Mexico. Your hotel concierge will advise you on the many different tours available in Playa del Carmen. There are many day tours that you could take to natural reserves and the botanical gardens. Opportunities are abound for guests to take in the breathtaking setting of the Yucatan Peninsula and Quintana Roo. This includes the beautiful white sand beaches in Playa del Carmen and nearby acres of lush natural wonders. The region is well known for ecotourism. The rich ecology and archaeological and historical tours are available for guests at Acanto Hotel and Condominiums.
When staying in Playa del Carmen the Mayan Ruins are a must see. From the ancient city of Tulum that dates back to the 13th-15h century to Chichen Itza where you can climb all the way to the top, there's plenty of history to be discovered in Playa del Carmen.
The Riveria Maya is one of the world's most famous dive locations. You'll find different types of diving and snorkeling including open water and cenote in the warm tropical waters of the Caribbean.
There's an abundance of marine life on the local reefs, a beautiful variety of hard and soft corral formations and deep walls in Cozumel and the crystal clear mystic waters of the ancient cenotes.
Just a quick drive from the Hotel, golf enthusiasts will experience one of the world's best golf courses at Playa Paraiso.Designed by Isao Aoki , this is an 18 Hole, Par 72, and 6700 yds. The services available at Playa Paraiso Golf make enjoying this relaxing sport easy to do.
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Explore the best of the Mexican Caribbean on a fun horse ride. Enjoy the mexican cowboy experience! Meet the best way to get close to nature, admiring the beach and jungle views.
Fly over treetops on ziplines, jam through the jungle on amphibious vehicles, or explore the caves and underground river to see why visitors return every year to Xplor Adventure Park near Cancun, Riviera Maya. A buffet and smoothies are your reward at the end of this awesome excursion.
Meaning wall in Mayan, is the site of a pre-columbian Maya city that sits facing the rising sun of the East. A thick wall, for which it was named, forms a horseshoe that opens facing eastward towards the Caribbean Sea. This provided much needed protection from invaders and allowed traders that came with goods from Central Mexico and Central America to safely dock and transport their goods inland.
The ruins at Tulum are one of Mexico's most well preserved coastal Maya sites. The Pyramid El Castillo, the Great Palace, the Templo Dios del Viento and the Temple of the Frescos are all in excellent condition and a must see when you visit Tulum.
The Tulum Archaeological Zone is open to the public daily from 8 am to 5 pm and the entrance fee is 38 pesos for adults, children under 13 are free. There are plenty of local tour guides on site to provide an unforgettable tour that is rich with history and local lore.
If snorkeling is your thing, then the guided tours at Cenote Chaak Tun will amaze you. Rappeling, Ziplining, and outdoor fun. Hard hats and life jackets are included in the $100 pesos admission price, and well worth it. The scenic walk leads to the stalactite-studded cave and eventually opens up to an amazing courtyard. The nearby water is cool and the Virgin of Guadeloupe statue is a nice touch.
just minutes from Playa del Carmen. This is one of the most exciting dolphins programs you'll ever be part of. Even before getting into the water, two friendly dolphins will greet you. Enjoy a fast ride and hold onto their fins. Get a kiss and even a fin shake. Feel the adrenalin while they push you by your feet and lift you out of the water. After you finish this adventure, walk along the quiet pier and visit the small boutiques, restaurants, open air cafes and much more!
Set sail for approximately 1 hour and head to the second largest barrier reef of the world which supports incredible coral heads and breathtaking variety of sea life.
While you enjoy your snorkel adventure the chef will be busy preparing a delicious meal for you to enjoy on your way back along the Riviera Maya coastline.