Xcaret Eco Park is one of our guests’ favorite places to visit during their Playa del Carmen vacation. The huge park is like a mini-Mexico, representing the country’s vast culture, history, and nature. Here’s an overview of Xcaret’s best attractions.
A vacation in Playa del Carmen would not be complete without lying at the beach and devouring a book. Your first choice might be to bring the latest New York Times bestseller. But why not read a novel set in Playa del Carmen or one about the Mexican culture? It will give you just that more appreciation about life here. From easy reads to historical fiction, here are our top picks for the best books on Mexico and the Riviera Maya.
This Friday, September 15, Mexico starts its biggest fiesta, the Independence Day celebrations. Flags, hats, lanterns, and whatever else patriotic in the national colors red, white, and green, decorate the city during the whole month. It’s truly one of the best time of the year to be here if you like to get to know the Mexican culture. Here are some ideas what to do in Playa del Carmen on Independence Day.
Sweat it all out in an ancient Mayan steam bath that comes with plenty of physical and spiritual benefits.
The Yucatan Peninsula is home to countless archaeological sites. Many of them close to Playa del Carmen, from modest settings to large and spectacular ancient Mayan cities. And every site has its own captivating history.