Of course, lounging on the beach while gazing at the Caribbean Sea is a pretty cool thing to do, but sometimes you might want to pull yourself out of your lounge chair and do something different.
In Cancun and the Riviera Maya, you can swim in cenotes (sink holes), go zip-lining in the jungle, tour Mayan ruins that have been around for 1000s of years, take a tour of the area while driving a Hummer, swim with dolphins or whale sharks, spend the day touring the small tropical island of Isla Mujeres by golf cart, and even float down an underground river on an inner tube.
You can also take a snorkeling tour to Cancun's newest attraction, the Cancun Underwater Museum. There, you can view 100s of sculptures that have been sunk in order to form an artificial coral reef.
If you dare to leave the comfort of your lounge chair, you'll definitely find some interesting and unique activities to occupy your time.
Cancun's Newest Attraction is a Museum In the Sea...
Calle Camarón 32
Swimming with Harmless Whale Sharks... read more
Roughly 125 miles west of Cancún.
One of the New Seven Wonders of the World... read more
Highway 307, Km. 282
4 miles South of Playa del Carmen, Riviera Maya
This Eco-Park Combines Nature, Culture & Fun...
Camino Sac Bajo Lote 26. Fraccionamiento Paraíso Laguna Mar, Isla Mujeres
Federal Highway, Km. 282
Family-Friendly Tours & Activities... read more