If you want to travel to the many scenic sites in the Yucatan Peninsula, and you're looking for the best Riviera Maya tours for small groups, look no further; Wayak has the most comprehensive services to make your stay in Mexico as comfortable as possible. Nowhere else in Mexico will you be able to find so much luxury at such an affordable price!
Many people hear about the Riviera Maya as a tourist area but most do not know where it or even how to spell it correctly. Mayan Riviera or Riviera Maya are some terms used when searching for information about this place. We are going to explain briefly what Riviera Maya is and show you our Riviera Maya tours for small groups.
The Riviera Maya is one of the biggest tourist areas of Mexico, near Cancun. Mexican authorities decided in 1999 to give a boost to this area of the Caribbean coast, and today it is visited by millions of tourists every year. Book your Riviera Maya tours for small groups and see for yourself the scenic sites to be found in this luxurious tour.
It extends for 120 km of coastline, and from the town of Puerto Morelos situated in the north to the town of Punta Allen in the south. The Riviera Maya belongs to the Mexican state of Quintana Roo and is located in the famous Yucatan Peninsula. Do not miss this place, book our Riviera Maya tours for small groups today and see for yourself!
The cuisine of Riviera Maya is based on seafood and fish from the Caribbean Sea. Other dishes from the Yucatan Peninsula arise from the mix of Spanish and indigenous cultures, such as as papadzules, cochinita pibil or chocolomo. Come taste this very particular mix with Wayak's Riviera Maya tours for small groups, contact us to know more.
The resorts usually have several restaurants (Italian, Mexican, Chinese, etc.). To sample authentic Mexican dishes it is better to find a restaurant that serves Mexican food but softer, since Mexican food is usually quite spicy and tourists are not usually used to it. Our bilingual guides can tell you the best places on our Riviera Maya tours.
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