Yucatán Península Guide
The Yucatán Peninsula welcomes more visitors each year than any other part of Mexico. Cancun is a breathtaking phenomenon of glorious skies and seas, strikingly turquoise, transparent and infinitely-hued. Playa del Carmen, or Playa as it is called by the locals, has acquired international fame in the unprecedented short span of just ten years. The Riviera Maya is located along the coast of the Yucatan peninsula, between Puerto Morelos and Tulum, the famous Maya archaeological site.
Ecotourism is of special interest to many travelers because of its relationship with conservation, sustainability, and biological diversity Read more
Q: How should one dress and what items should one bring to the expedition? A: We recommend comfortable clothing with a bathing suit on underneath. An additional set of dry clothes, a long sleeve t-shirt, and a towel are also encouraged. Read more