First of all welcome to Mexicoand especially to the Yucatan peninsula!
The Maya Rivierastarts from Puerto Morelosto the Mayan city of Tulum.
Secluded but not far from the famous and bustling Cancun!
The only international airport and from which every year millions of tourists arrive from different parts of the world is the one of Cancun!
To get to the Mayan riviera, you must from the cancun airport, you can take a bus or ADO in the terminal from which you arrive, or if your possibilities allow a collective or private transport directly to your hotel or lodging place.
Unlike Cancun and the extension that exists, the Riviera Maya hotels are larger and truly complete in terms of facilities for travelers.
Hotels from 500 to 2000 rooms with extensive areas of native vegetation in the area, Cenotes, swimming pools, white sand beaches and all the services and haves.
If you want pleasant rest tulum is an excellent option, with beautiful turquoise blue beaches and the mystical Mayan ruins, Tulum is a cosmopolitan city.
If your thing is fun shopping or partying, your stay would be better in Puerto Aventurasor inPlaya del Carmenwith hotels of famous chains where the famous all-inclusive predominates.
During your stay do not forget to visit the 5th avenue, if time allows you to go to the beautiful island of Cozumel, sanctuary of diving and national leader in arrival of cruises.
Puerto Morelos is a small town that was once for families dedicated to fishing, but that has grown little by little, you can visit its beautiful beaches enjoy a drink in one of its many restaurants overlooking the sea and of course if you're not Allergic taste the fresh seafood.
Where are you from?
"my house is your house"
You will cook authentic Mexican dishes in a beautiful set up surrounded by a knowledgeable, English speaking Mexican chef. You will have a Brief overview of a local food market, located only one block away from the place where the cooking class will be performing.
Hike to the top of an unexplored hill and admire spectacular panoramic views. Discover a less touristic side of the island on a bike ride through local fisheries, markets, and neighborhoods. Connect with Stone Island Villagers to learn about their culture and traditions.