The Riviera Maya is known for it's fabulous white sand
beaches, it's incredible world-class hotels and it's dazzling arrays of
tourist attractions. However, there is another side to the Mayan
Riviera, one where mangrove-lined waterways are home to hundreds of
species of indigenous birds and wildlife and where local Mayans bathe in
natural pink salt baths. These eco tours will take you there.
These unique tours will show you the "real" Riviera
Maya, where boat is the major form of transportation, and where
flamingos outnumber people. Colonial buildings and churches dot
the small Spanish and Mayan towns along the way, many where Mayan is
still spoken as the native language. You have extraordinary
availability of birdwatching and birding tours, hiking, and other
Sian Ka'an is Mexico's largest biosphere, a UNESCO
World Heritage Site, where over 350 species of birds and other wildlife,
from Jaguars to Manatees to Dolphins, call home. Rio Lagartos is
home to vast flocks of pink flamingos and natural pink salt baths, and
Uchben Beel will take you through the Colonial history of the Riviera
Maya, with visits to historically significant towns and lagoons.
We offer a wide array of incredible eco tours, studying crocodiles,
swimming with sea turtles and the world's largest fish, the whale shark.
Use the navigation bar at left to browse our massive selection
of other Riviera Maya Tours and Activities.