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dive safetyThe best 10 things MUST DO in Riviera Maya

1. Dive in the Caribbean ocean, Yucatan Peninsula has the World second biggest coral reef and unique cavern/cave system to explore. Refresh in the magical Cenotes. Dont forget one of the best places to dive in the whole world. Cozumel Island only a 30min away from the mainland.

2. Archeological sites Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza

3. Snorkeling with turtles in their natural environment and supporting distinguishing species

4. Events all around year check whats happening in Riviera Maya while you are visiting us!

5. Taste local food, the real Mexican food! not the commercial one ;)

6. Jungle tours with ATVs or Horse ride

7. Take a massage on the beach, relax in a spa and try Temazcal

8. Go out to have dinner, party and fun in international environment @playadelcarmen or @cancun

9. Visit at least one of the big theme parks Xcaret - amazing show at evening,
Xelha - spend day snorkeling and eating from tasty buffet,

Alltournative - best jungle tours in the area

10. Last but not least, get know local people and learn spanish!

mesoamerican reef system map

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Mesoamerican Reef System

All the coral reef front of Quintana Roo state is considered part of the second largest coral reef barrier in the world. Stretching nearly 1,000km from the northern tip of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula and the Caribbean coasts of Belize and Guatemala to the Bay Islands off northern Honduras, the Mesoamerican Reef is the largest reef system in the Americas and only second in the world after the Great Barrier Reef. These reefs support nearly 60 species of coral, 350 mollusks, and 500 fish species. Its also home to hawksbill sea turtles, crocodiles,lemon sharks, and Central America's largest population of manatees. Associated with the reef are extensive areas of relatively pristine coastal wetlands, lagoons, seagrass beds and mangroveislands, which provide critical habitats for threatened species.