What to see in the Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya is one of the most interesting destinations in the world, a place with many attractions that I definitely recommend since I have been there and it is truly spectacular. It is one of the most famous areas of Mexico, the most famous if we do not take into account the beach areas. If you are going to be in Mexico , organize your trip so that you can spend at least a couple of days in the Riviera Maya so that you can get the most out of your visit.

A place where you will find magic in every corner, especially where some of the most important ruins in the history of the country are, and I would almost say that in world history. In addition, there are also impressive beaches in the area, so it is the perfect place to combine cultural tourism with tourism. Take note of the essential visits in the Riviera Maya:

Sian Ka’an

This Biosphere Reserve is one of the most spectacular natural places in Mexico, and its name means "Gate to Heaven" in the Mayan language. One of its great attractions is its coral reefs, also being the second largest in the world after the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. You can also see a very varied fauna.

The Ruins of Tulum

As its name indicates, they are archaeological remains that belonged to an ancient Mayan city , Tulum, which was a strategic point for trade thanks to its location. Here you will not only see the impressive ruins but also the beautiful Mexican sea in the landscape, a real treat for the eyes. These are one of the most visited ruins in Mexico.

Chichen Itza

Of course, in this article you cannot miss the famous Chichen Itzá Pyramids, the most visited and most important archaeological site in Mexico. Some of the most important buildings of this Mayan city are still standing, which was built around the year 525. For my taste, it is one of the most incredible landscapes in Mexico.