& Riviera Maya
Most people don't think of Mexico
as a Caribbean nation, but
a glimpse at the map tells you otherwise: the tropical
coasts of the Yucatan peninsula border the Caribbean
and share in its crystalline waters and dependable sun.
Mexico's major Caribbean
This carefully-planned mega-resort is now a worldwide destination for
good reasons. More...
It's outstanding in the spring, among the world's best. More
Located south of Cancun, the beach at Playa del Carmen may surpass Cancun's.
This fishing village may be growing larger but it's still mostly authentic
Mexico. Jacques Cousteau made it famous for its sleeping sharks. More...
A small island right at the tip of the peninsula is preserved as a bird
and wildlife sanctuary, and you can visit it. More...
Jacques Cousteau made this island famous. The excellent scuba diving
he discovered is still there. More...
Forget Egypt! Here you can see ancient pyramids jutting up above the
jungle canopy. More...
These small inns were built next to Yucatan's prime archeological sites
to provide charming lodgings for visitors.