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Top 10 Beaches of Riviera Maya

Top 10 Beaches of Riviera Maya

Beach! The first thing appears in mind after hearing this word is blue water and the thudding of waves. If you really want to visit some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, you should go to the Riviera Maya of the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

The region is located by the Caribbean Sea. In every beach of Riviera Maya, you can experience the versatility of wind, sunlight, and environment. Though all of the beaches are worth visiting, we have come up with the top 10 beaches of Riviera Maya. Do you want to take a look at them? Here you go!

 

Beaches of Riviera Maya

 

Mamitas Beach

This is another Playa del Carmen’s beach inclusion in the list of the top 10 beaches of Riviera Maya. If you love partying, this spot is only for you!

The beach does not have any closing time. The bars, restaurants, and hotels remain open for 24 hours. Swimming, sunbathing and kite-surfing are the main attraction in Mamitas. For surfers, this is no less than a heaven. They enjoy surfing the most in the Caribbean wave.

Playa del Carmen - Mamitas Beach

The famous Mamitas beach!

 

Akumal Aventuras

Akumal Aventuras is one of the most elegant beaches of the Riviera Maya. The actual beauty of the beach is the availability of turtles. Actually, the word “Akumal” means turtle’s land.

The best part of the beach is sunbathing. There is absolutely no wind that will bother you. But swimming in the blue Caribbean water after a daylong sunbath is truly refreshing. The beach is open for all.

XPU-Ha

XPU-Ha is located in the middle of Tulum and Playa del Carmen. This is an open public beach and you can grab a spot for sunbathing for free!

People go to XPU-Ha mainly for snorkeling and kayaking. The chance is quite rare in other areas of the Riviera Maya. You need not bring any equipment. There is a rental service for scuba gear and snorkeling tools. Don’t miss the chance to swim underwater like a Caribbean fish!

Puerto Morelos

This is basically a beach town. The Mesoamerican reef of the Puerto Morelos beach is the main attraction for the tourists.

The reef is highly populated with fauna and colorful fishes. All you have to do is hiring a guide and rent a set of snorkeling gear. Dive in and explore the beauty of Caribbean underwater wildlife.

Also, there is a nearby dolphin reserve. If you want to enjoy the company of this beautiful creature, take a 20-minute walk on the beach. It will lead you to the dolphin park.

Maroma Beach

Do you want to visit a beach secretly? Maroma is a limited-entry beach of Riviera Maya. It is included in the list because of the outstanding beauty of the place. The nearby rain forest and the blue water provide perfect warmth for eyes.

However, the beach allows only adult entries. So, don’t take your baby in Maroma. For the maximum comfort, you can book a room at the resort.

The restaurants, spa center, and surrounding beauty have created a different reputation for the beach. The beach is an only 40-minute journey from the central Playa del Carmen. You will get a bus to get to Maroma beach of Riviera Maya.

North Akumal Beach

The beach is in Akumal of Riviera Maya. The marine drive starts from the famous Yal-Ku lagoon. The place is also used by Turtles for laying eggs. So, you need to be very careful while walking on the sand.

If you like deep-sea diving, North Akumal Beach has something different for you. It allows you to swim with turtles underwater. Do not bother them. Watching the lazy movement of this beautiful creature will give you a lot of enjoyment.

Playa del Carmen

The central beach of Playa del Carmen is the best spot for tourists. Though the beach is crowded, the beauty is stunning. You will see the Mayan Portal on the beach.

People visit the beach frequently. The renowned 5th Avenue is nearby the beach of Playa del Carmen. Get a beer from the bar and let the day go by.

Beaches of Riviera Maya – The rest!

 

Beaches Riviera Maya - Playa del Carmen ENJOY

Is this Heaven or What???

 

 

Mayan Beach of Tulum

Mexico was the center of the Mayan Civilization and the Mayan beach of Tulum has a lot of Mayan ruins. You can simply visit the ruins and enjoy the beautiful sunshine on the white sand of the beach.

Once, Mayans used the beach for docking ships. You will see some ancient buildings which bear the memory of an advanced civilization.

Half Moon Bay

This beach of Riviera Maya is recognized as the beach for nights. People come here to party at night. Most of them are open parties.

Live music and beautiful lighting create a majestic moment at night.

Playacar Beach

This one is the last in the list, but not the least at all. Actually, Playacar is recognized as the perfectly decorated beach of Riviera Maya. If you want to enjoy both sunshine and Caribbean blue water without having a suntan, take a shelter under the shade of palm trees.

Are These Beaches Safe?

Completely!

The tourism department has appointed special teams to take care of the tourists on these beaches. Because of the rush of tourists in Riviera Maya, the beaches become crowded and unclean. To clean the beaches, the tourism department works tirelessly.

There was a threat of snatchers a few years ago. Now, the strict law of Mexico has solved the issue. You may lie on the beach for the whole night without fearing from thugs.

Another safety issue is storms. That is why it is suggested to visit the beaches in March-August. It is the best time for visiting the beaches of a tropical country like Mexico.

The beach opens up your eyes and gives a view of infiniteness. It is the only place where you can spend a whole day without getting tired. And, Riviera Maya has all the perfect Caribbean beaches of the world.

 

 

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