Accessible Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya has been working for years to offer accessible tourism for everyone. From accessible transportation, vehicles with accessible ramps, to enjoying the beach with an amphibious chair.

Mexico, land of the Mayan and Aztec civilizations. One of those destinations that you cannot miss.

The Riviera Maya has been working for years to offer accessible tourism for everyone. Several initiatives have made this paradise in the Mexican Caribbean accessible and enjoyable for all. From accessible transportation, vehicles with accessible ramps, to enjoying the beach with an amphibious chair.

These same companies have carried out a careful process of identification and selection of tours, so tourists with special needs, including those in wheelchairs or with reduced mobility can explore the cultural and natural beauties of the Mexican Caribbean with total freedom.

Places to visit

There are several essential sites for tourists visiting the Riviera Maya: the ruins of Tulum, the only Mayan archaeological site that is located next to the sea, and with an access ramp that facilitates the entry of all its visitors (including those with mobility reduced or in a wheelchair), in addition to Chichen Itzá or Cobá.

In addition, it is possible to swim with dolphins, immerse yourself in the crystal clear waters and do accessible snorkeling in Xel-Há, the largest natural aquarium in the world.

Another option for your accessible vacation is to go shopping on the mythical Fifth Avenue in Playa del Carmen and the most accessible shopping center in Cancun. A perfect place to enjoy leisure, handicraft shops, the taste of Mexico …

Source: apieceoftravel.com

Other options

The Riviera Maya offers white sands, turquoise waters, archaeological sites, picturesque towns, recreational centers, freshwater lagoons …

The variety and richness of flavors that the rich gastronomy of the Riviera Maya presents is sure to seduce you, starting with the regional cuisine inherited from the Mayans. Also, the nightlife in the Riviera Maya is exciting and cosmopolitan, with bars and clubs close to the beach.

It is an ideal setting for romance, making it a favorite for those wanting a beach wedding or honeymoon.

Interesting facts

Various events and festivals are held throughout the year in the destination.

The climate is tropical with 250 days a year of sunshine and an average temperature of 24-25ºC.

Sources: Travel-Xperience, Quintana Roo al día, Riviera Maya.

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