Playa Del Carmen All Included Vacations
Located just south of Cancun Mexico is a place called Playa!
Take your 90 minute timeshare presentation here and enjoy Playa Del Carmen!
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Come Play In Playa!
Playa is short for Playa Del Carmen. Located to the south of Cancun and to the west of Cozumel is where you will find the Playa all included hotels and resorts! Many travelers say that Playa is there top pick in Mexico. It is just a short boat ride from Cozumel one of the larger island near Cancun!
In the local area of Playa there are many things to do. From deep sea fishing to scuba diving, you find it all in this oceanfront paradise! There are Mayan Ruins and jungle to explore too!
South of the dock you will find Playacar an area dedicated to all inclusive hotels and resorts! Playa Del Carmen is also the capital or the Rivera Maya area. Below are some more specific things to do in the Playa Del Carmen area!
Here is a list of fun things to do in Playa!
Cenotes (Fresh Water Sink Holes)
Cave Diving, snorkeling, and swimming:
These are some of the most amazing places you can visit during your stay in the Rivera Maya! Cenotes were one of the main fresh water sources for the ancient Mayans! You can swim, snorkel, scuba, or just take some pictures! These diving and swimming holes vary from freshwater to salt water and are just beautiful! Below in the images section you can find some amazing photos of these magical places! Plus I couldn’t resist posting a video to give you a high definition visualization of what a cenote is! There are tours and packages available that you can purchase during your stay here in Mexico!
There are 4 basic types of cenotes. Completely under ground, partially underground, level with the ground, and open well type cenotes! You can find all of these types of cenotes here in the Riviera Maya area!
Just south of Playa Del Carmen is Tulum! Tulum was a major port of the Mayan civilization. Tulum was one of the last cities built by the Mayans and is believed to have fallen due to disease brought in by sea visitors. In land is the site of the Chichen Itza pyramid. You can still climb the 120 steps to the top…
Here are a few links to some additional area information on Wikipedia:
There is an island not too far away! You can take a boat trip across the channel and spend the day in Cozumel! There are dozens of things to do from shopping to snorkeling. Cozumel is Mexico’s third largest island and is roughly 30 miles by 10 miles! There is cave diving here and you must have some experience. Cozumel has the 5th largest underwater cave in the world! Tourism is the main income and drives the economy of the island. There are over 300 restaurants and 2 dolphinariums. You can take a boat trip across to the island it costs $13 for adults and $8 for children. Above in the links is a link to the ferry service and schedule!