ACCESSIBLE RIVIERA MAYA
Mexico, land of Maya and Aztec civilizations. One of those destinations that you cannot miss.
The Riviera Maya has been working for years to offer accessible tourism for all. Several initiatives have made this Mexican Caribbean paradise visitable and enjoyable by all. From adapted transport, vehicles with accessible ramps, to enjoy the beach with amphibious chair.
These same companies have made a careful process of study and selection of tours, so that tourists with special needs including those in wheelchairs or with reduced mobility, can know the cultural and natural beauties of the Mexican Caribbean with total freedom.
Places to visit
There are several sites essential for tourists who visiting the Riviera Maya: the ruins of Tulum
, the only Maya archaeological site that is located next to the sea with an access ramp
that facilitates the entrance to all its visitors (including those with reduced mobility or in wheelchairs)
, besides the Chichen Itza
or those of Cobá
Moreover, swimming with dolphins will be possible, soak in the crystal clear waters and make adapted snorkel in Xel-Ha, the largest natural aquarium in the world, too.
The main gateway to Riviera Maya is Cancun International Airport, two hours flight from Mexico City and a 50 minute drive to Playa del Carmen.
The variety and richness of the flavors presented by the rich gastronomy of the Riviera Maya can seduce you, starting with the regional cuisine inherited from the Mayas. The nightlife on the Riviera Maya is exciting and cosmopolitan with bars and nightclubs close to the beach.
It is an ideal setting for romance, making it the favorite of those who want a wedding on the beach or going on a honeymoon.
Data of interest
Throughout the year various events and festivals are held in the destination.
The climate is tropical with 250 days of sunshine a year and an average temperature of 24º-25ºC.
Source: Travel-Xperience, Quintana Roo al día, Riviera Maya.