Situated along the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea on Mexico’s picturesque Yucatán Peninsula, Riviera Maya is blessed with a combination of stunning natural beauty, authentic culture and near-perfect beach weather.
Mayakoba offers a truly exceptional and diverse landscape, with 595 acres of white, sugar-sand beachfront, flourishing mangroves and crystal clear lagoons—home to a myriad of indegous species of birds, fish and mammals.
Mayakoba offers a seamless experience, where every corner of the community, the four resorts and all on-site amenities, are connected by walkways, bike paths, waterways and complimentary shuttle service.
Riviera Maya enjoys a mild, tropical climate, boasting yearly average temperatures in the 70s and 80s, with warm, sunny days followed by starlit, balmy nights. Tranquil waters hover between 78° and 84°F, with visibility around 100’ year-round.
Mayakoba is home to a spectacular stretch of white-sand beach overlooking the turquoise waters of the Carribbean Sea. The second largest barrier reef in the world is just offshore, offering world-renowned scuba diving and snorkeling.
Mayakoba is located 35 minutes from the Cancun International Airport, which welcomes direct or connecting flights daily, making it an easily accessible destination from nearly every major city in the world. All major U.S. and Canadian airlines offer connecting service from almost every city in North America and direct nonstop service from all major hubs. There are also several European and South American airlines offering direct or connecting service.
Surrounded by lush, tropical jungles, Mayakoba offers absolute privacy and security. It’s a prominent, world-renowned destination, home to four globally renowned hotel brands. Within its gates, Mayakoba offers everything one needs to enjoy the Mexican Caribbean, from amenities and services to culture and adventure.
The influence of the Mayan culture and the history of the region is at the forefront of the Mayakoba experience. Mayan traditions are prevalent throughout the community, from the spirit of the people and flavors of the cuisine to the colorful town square of El Publeito and the preservation of the freshwater cave, Cenote El Burrodromo, formed millions of years ago.