Boutique Hotel Riviera Maya follow Highway 307, which runs parallel to the Caribbean coastline in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo on the eastern portion of the Yucatan Peninsula. They are an area that is a known tourism district for the country. Boutique Hotel Riviera Maya came to be known by that name in 1999, but used to be called the Cancun – Tulum corridor. This area originally began at Playa del Carmen on the North and Tulum on the South, but has extended even farther now that promotion is currently running for the cities of Puerto Morelos, Tres Rios, Boca Pails and Punta Allen.
Boutique Hotel Riviera Maya are famous for their smaller boutique hotels, fine-dining restaurants, cruise destinations and yacht charters. Some activities that are popular at the attractions along the coast are Jet Skiing, snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming with dolphins, horse-back riding, jungle tours, and much more. The area also boasts self-proclaimed ecoparks, such as Xcaret and Xel-Ha, that include many attractions all in one destination, but the wide range of activities also tends to bring a large crowd of people. If you are looking for a historical approach nearby Boutique Hotel Riviera Maya, there are lots of archeological sites like Coba, Chichen Itza and Tulum, which house some well known ancient Mayan ruins.
The main point of entry for Boutique Hotel Riviera Maya is by way of the Cancun International Airport, which is about 31 miles north of the city of Playa Del Carmen. From the airport you can take a bus, taxi, or rental car to almost any destination within the state of Quintana Roo.
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