Spring Break in the Riviera Maya

Spring Break in the Riviera Maya

Easter is coming and with it the holidays, where people look for a moment of relaxation, in places mostly with sun and beaches. A great option for these well-deserved vacations is the famous tourist corridor of the Riviera Maya. With about 130 kilometers of beaches and abundant vegetation, where you can enjoy archeological sites, as well as its natural beauties such as the well-known cenotes.

This important tourist pole has positioned itself as one of the favorite destinations for visitors from around the world and of course for the Mexicans. According to statistics from the Ministry of Tourism, the state of Quintana Roo registered a 97% of hotel occupancy in 2017, where in specific places such as Cancun, Holbox, Puerto Morelos and Bacalar reached 100% occupancy, followed by other destinations of the Riviera Maya such as Playa del Carmen and Tulum with 98%. With record numbers in hotel occupancy and great economic growth.

Enjoy a wide variety of activities from eco-parks to extreme sports, where you will witness nature at its best.

If you still have no plans for these dates, enjoy Spring Break in the Riviera Maya and discover its natural beauty as well as its great investment potential.

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Kenya Bates

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