Cancun & Riviera Maya Vacation Packages
Located in the Quintana Roo region of Mexico, Cancun is surrounded by the breathtaking Caribbean Sea and soft coral sands. The trendy nightlife is filled with music and dancing and the sunny days offer exciting activities, including deep sea fishing, snorkeling, roaming ruins or relaxing on the white sparkling sands.
South of Cancun, Riviera Maya boasts enriching experiences that include exuberant jungles, mystical cenotes, Mayan culture, cultural encounters and romantic settings.
Stay: Nickelodeon™ Hotels & Resorts Riviera Maya, where the spark of play is ignited for all ages.
Must See: Stingrays, jaguars, spider monkeys and more on a Xcaret Plus Tour. Between May and October, you can see baby turtles take their first steps to the sea!
Don’t Miss: The chance to visit, a Mayan archaeological site before cooling off with a swim in one of the Yucatan’s famous underground cenotes on a Private Tulum, Cenote & Lunch Tour.
Do Try: Some hearty chilaquiles (fried corn tortilla strips seasoned with red or green salsa and your choice of toppings) for breakfast, a Senor Frog’s lunch and a traditional dinner accompanied by a live Mariachi band at La Parrilla.
Stay: Palifitos-Overwater Bungalows at El Dorado Maroma to experience the ultimate taste of private bliss.
Must See: The iconic Mayan archaeological site on a Private Chichen Itza Experience, and JOYÀ, the first Cirque du Soleil resident show in Mexico.
Don’t Miss: A chance to truly relax with a spa day at the Overwater Naay Spa, shopping along the waterfront in Playa del Carmen or a sunset walk on Akumal Beach.
Do Try: Local wines in an underground natural cave at Alux Restaurant Bar & Lounge. Or mix your cocktails and pair them with a modern Mexican tasting menu at The Traveler’s Table.
This is just a taste of all you can see, do and try in Riviera Maya. Go ahead, start booking a vacation that fits your style perfectly with the freedom to choose from great hotels and exciting tours.
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Things To Do In Cancun & Riviera Maya
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- Swimming in Cenotes Slide 1 of 3: The Yucatan Peninsula is known for its underground cenotes that provide unique swimming experiences.
- Ancient Mayan Ruins Slide 2 of 3: The well-preserved ruins of Tulum, an ancient Mayan Port city, are perched on the cliff overlooking the Caribbean Sea.
- Local Shopping Slide 3 of 3: Street market stalls with a wide variety of colorful, handcrafted, local treasures offer fun Mexican souvenirs for visitors.
Travelers to Cancun often can’t wait to return, because of all there is to explore. Rappel into crystal-clear cenotes, tour the coast by ATV, bathe in hot springs, or go on a jungle adventure. Venture into the caves of Kantemo, submerge in the Xel-Ha waters, or enjoy the natural beauty of Sian Ka’an Reserve. No matter what you choose to do, it’s easy to find many amazing places to connect with nature. There are also several smaller cities surrounding Riviera Maya worth checking out, including Playa del Carmen and Puerto Morelos.
Divers come to the Mexican-Caribbean coast for its colorful tropical fish and exquisite coral reef. Currents allow for drift dives, deep dives, night dives, wall dives and shore dives. Favorite spots for snorkeling in the area include Puerto Morelos, Cozumel, Xel-Ha, Akumal and the Underwater Art Museum, where you can marvel at more than 500 sculptures.
For added fun and adventure, Delta Vacations offers golfing, fishing excursions, show tickets and more.
As Mexico’s most popular tourist destination, Cancun & Riviera Maya offer all sorts of shopping experiences, from street-stall jewelry stands and sprawling market-bazaars to ultramodern malls where anything imaginable is for sale. One of the most popular shopping areas in Mexico, Playa Del Carmen's Fifth Avenue, is a three-mile pedestrian walkway with high-end retailers, local shops, bars, cafes, street entertainment and more.
A fusion of flavors awaits you in Cancun. Your palate will enjoy a true carnival of taste, capable of satisfying the most demanding foodies — from sophisticated international cuisine to spicy, traditional Mexican food. Besides tequila, mescal is the trendiest drink in Mexico.
Foodies will be seduced in Riviera Maya by the exquisite culinary triumphs of the regional cuisine. Each dish offers a delightful combination of Spanish and Mayan flavors, and most are prepared with local, inherited recipes. For authentic Mexican food, visit Playa del Carmen to find many casual eateries with delicious tacos, seafood and more.
Delta Vacations vacation packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta to Cancun International Airport (CUN). Round-trip transfers between the airport and your hotel are also included with your package. Transfers also include the round-trip ferry to Isla Mujeres. We also offer deluxe private and shared transfers from the airport to your hotel. Cancun International Airport is nine miles southwest of Cancun and approximately 40 miles from Riviera Maya.