Mexico’s Riviera Maya offers the perfect vacation
A combination of luxury, culture and nature are what Quintana Roo’s tourism industry says draws international visitors to the region. They say that the entire coastal area meets all the expectations of visitors which in turn, generates repeat visitors.
However, Mexico’s Caribbean also has many other reasons people continue to arrive in record numbers. The local cuisine by world-class chefs, high-end shopping and the laid back lifestyle that is offered regardless of where you go have also proven attractive.
Jesús Almaguer Salazar, director general of Oficina de Visitantes and Convenciones (OVC), explains, “The brand promotes places like Cancun, Puerto Morelos, Isla Mujeres, Tulum, Holbox Island and Isla Contoy to encourage the arrival of visitors to such places which has resulted in an increase in tourists.”
The winter season is the most important of the year because it is during this cold season that Cancún and the Riviera May becomes a haven for travelers from around the world as they flee the low temperatures in their home countries.
Over the past four decades, the most seen traveler to the region is the repeat traveler who came here at some point and returned with family or friends. This is one of the main reasons the region has expanded its range of local activities to include people of all ages.
With more than 300 activities, Cancun and the Riviera Maya offers numerous unique things to do from cultural day trips to day and nighttime entertainment. Having this diverse level of options makes each trip different, even for the repeat traveler.