The Yucatán Peninsula has a rich mix of great diving and culture. Dive in its unique cenotes or with whale sharks by morning and visit the Mayan ruins in the afternoon.
Activities in the Yucatán Peninsula
Luxury Hotels in Yucatan Peninsula
Viceroy Riviera Maya
The Viceroy Riviera Maya is a luxury beachside resort located just outside Playa del Carmen on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula.
Once the retreat of an eccentric Italian Duchess, Hotel Esencia is a chic beachside hotel on Mexico’s Yucatán coast, and still retains that...
Maroma Resort and Spa
Belmond Maroma Resort and Spa is a tranquil beachside resort located in the middle of a nature reserve on the Yucatán peninsula.
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Best Diving in Mexico
Mexico's main diving regions can all deliver the spectacular, but do so in their own distinct ways. Socorro Island's manta magic, Yucatan's crystal-clear cenotes and Baja California's whale watching are all impressive in their own right, and you could easily put together an argument for any…View more on the blog
The Best Snorkelling in the World
When it comes to underwater pursuits, there is a whole lot to love about snorkelling - not only is it suitable for all ages and abilities and only requires minimal equipment, it also offers the chance to see a multitude of marine species closer to the surface. From the vibrant coral reefs of…View more on the blog
A Valentine’s Day To Remember
Red roses, chocolate hearts and cards adorned with cupid: love it or loathe it, Valentine's Day is approaching and nothing says romance better than a luxury escape à deux. Whether marooned on a desert island (complete with luxurious creature comforts, naturally), setting sail into the…View more on the blog
Diving Across Quintana Roo In Mexico
I have heard so many great things about Mexico and with a lot of my dive buddies having worked or currently working there I jumped at the chance to go with Original Diving for a research trip - and I wasn't disappointed. I have never seen such clear water as when you skim over the ocean…View more on the blog
Diving The Cenotes Of Mexico
Diving in Mexico's cenotes is rather different from your average dive. Formed when soft limestone collapses, cenotes are essentially sinkholes connected by a labyrinth of secret underground caverns. Why is diving them so special? Aside from the pure thrill of cave diving, the water is so…View more on the blog