Enjoy a wide variety of activities in the Riviera Maya.

From adventure to shopping, or just kicking back to relax on the beach, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Dos Ojos Cenote system

Cenotes Dos Ojos are probably the world’s best known caverns. The name Dos Ojos means two eyes, and refers to two neighboring cenotes which connect into a very large cavern zone shared between the two. These two cenotes appear like two large eyes into the underground. The original cave diving exploration of the whole cave system began through these cenotes in 1987 and still continues. It also contains the deepest known cave passage in Quintana Roo with 119 meters (391 ft) of depth located at “The Pit” discovered in 1996.

The Dos Ojos underwater cave system was featured in the 2002 IMAX film Journey into Amazing Caves and parts of the Hollywood 2005 movie The Cave were filmed here.

Cenotes Dos Ojos are extremely beautiful, energetic, and amazing…perfect for a day of diving and snorkeling alike.

Contact Dos Ojos Scuba Dive Shop for more information about diving these mesmerizing cenotes.

Dos Ojos Cenote offers great cave diving near Tulum

Dos Ojos Cenote offers great cave diving near Tulum

Mayan Ruins of Xel-Ha

Just a few minutes away from Dos Ojos Lodge is a hidden gem, the Ruinas Xel-Ha or Mayan Ruins of Xel-Ha. Off the beaten path and secluded from throngs of tourists, you will discover a treasure of the ancient world.

Xel-Ha adventure park

The southernmost of the Xplor, Xcaret, Xelha trio, this popular adventure park offers a wide variety of activities and wonderful snorkeling. Xel-Ha is also the host of the Xel-Ha Triathlon.

Xel-Ha adventure park

Xel-Ha adventure park

Ruins of Tulum

Walk among the ruins of Tulum, the “place of the sun”, with its scenic location and spectacular ocean views. Get there early to avoid the crowds; guides are available at the entrance, or go at your own pace.

Mayan ruins at Tulum

Mayan ruins at Tulum

Xcacel beach

This beautiful stretch of white sand beach and tranquil water remains undeveloped thanks to the turtles which nest along the beach of this federally protected land. In season, wood blades mark the turtle nests, be sure not to disturb them! A short walk down a wooded path leads to a fresh water cenote for a refreshing dip.

Xcacel beach

Xcacel beach

Tulum beaches

These beautiful, white sand beaches with turquoise water and gentle surf are not to be missed! Restaurants, shops, and spas line the road along the shoreline.

Beach at the Tulum Ruins

Beach at the Tulum Ruins

Tulum Pueblo

A vibrant, artistic scene is developing downtown, with plenty of shopping, a variety of dining options, bars, and traveler’s services. Your hosts will be happy to direct you to meet any of your needs to make the most of your trip.

Shopping in one of the many stores of Tulum

Shopping in Tulum Pueblo

Sian Ka’an biosphere

“Where the sky is born” is comprised of over 1 million acres of protected land, this UNESCO World Heritage site contains wetlands and tropical forest which are home to hundreds of species of mammals and birds, and is a nesting site for two endangered species of sea turtle.
An educational center, viewing tower, fishing and bird watching tours are just a few of the activities available at this unique site.

Akumal

“Place of the turtle”, snorkel the gentle waters to enjoy the coral reef just offshore and look for sea turtles which nest along the shores; again, take care not to disturb the turtle nests. Dive and snorkel tours are available, as well as a handful of restaurants and shops.

Akumal Beach

Akumal Beach

Playa del Carmen

A 30 minute drive, this booming, trendy resort town offers plenty of shopping, dining, and people watching along its famed “Avenida Quinta”.

Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen