Things To Do

Things To Do

There is no shortage of fun and unique things to do in the area.  We may try to organize a few group activities during the week leading up to the wedding, so please let us know if you are interested.  Also, we have a “concierge” who can help with travel arrangements from your hotel/bnb and discounts to some of the places.

Cenotes:  Think of Cenotes as freshwater swimming holes.  They are numerous in the area.  Some are very popular and get crowded.  Some are private and have to be scheduled to see.  Cenote’s can run deep and require SCUBA gear, while many do not.  We are eyeballing Cenote Santa Cruz (not just because it’s Santa Cruz), due to the privacy and the added bonus of the beautiful geological formations.  Cenote guides are all over the place.

Xcaret: I’ve been told this is the Disneyland of Cancun, meaning extremely popular and touristy, but also a must do and incredibly beautiful.

Ruins: “The Maya civilization was one of the most advanced pre-Columbian American civilizations. The Mayans were known for their written language, architecture and other highly advanced qualities that set them apart from other people of the era, before the arrival of the Spanish around A.D. 900. Among the popular sights for travelers who visit the Mexican Yucatan Peninsula are the ancient ruins of this civilization. Within the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, there are several notable locations where Mayan ruins exist to this day.”

Tulum has an amazing ruin, and Coba is a short trip from Tulum.  Chichén Itzá is also in the area but a bit further away.

 

Every area includes activities liek Jet Skis, snorkling, fishing, ATV’s, nightclubs, spas, etc.