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Discover Riviera Maya Attractions and Fun Things to Do Around Tulum, Mexico

There's a lot to see and experience in the vicinity of our beachfront villas and bungalows. Chart a course for adventure and set the stage for unforgettable moments as you explore the sights and sounds around this incredible destination on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. Find yourself transported back in time as you take a walk through ruins of ancient civilizations.Visit the cenotes that dot the landscape and enjoy a swim in the pristine fresh-water pools.
 
Enjoy fun-filled water activities and watch colorful marine life at Xel Ha Water Park or get closer to nature with the Sian Ka' An Lagoon Tour. Visit vibrant cities steeped in history and check out exotic wildlife at the Akumal Monkey Sanctuary. It will all be waiting for you when you book your stay with us.
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Coba Maya Ruins

Coba Maya Ruins

Just an hour away from our Soliman Bay lodging, you will find the fascinating ancient site of the Coba Maya Ruins. Located near four natural lakes, this is one of the most unique archaeological sites in Yucatan. These lakes are believed to have given the city its name, which means "Waters stirred by wind". Coba is still home to several large structures covered with the growth of the jungle, making it a wild destination that truly captures the imagination from the very first glance.
Cenotes

Riviera Maya Cenotes

Throughout the breathtaking landscape of the Yucatan Peninsula, you will find natural underground caves, known as Cenotes. These incredible sinkholes were formed millions of years ago, when limestone caves collapsed, revealing the underwater fresh-water pools. There are thousands of Cenotes waiting to be explored, and adventurous travelers can also dive in for a swim.
Historical Places

Historical Places

Take in the sights and sounds of the historical destinations like Valladolid, a hidden gem located deep in Mexico's Yucatan jungle. Venture off the beaten path and catch a glimpse of authentic Mexican culture and history. Or, pay a visit to Merida, the vibrant capital of the Mexican state of Yucatán. Located close to the Gulf of Mexico, the "White City" offers easy access to archaeological sites, nature reserves, and remote villages.
Sian Kaan National Park Preserve

Sian Kaan National Park Preserve

If you're interested in exploring the Caribbean coast, then the Sian Ka' An Lagoon Tour is for you. Get a closer look at the fascinating diversity of flora and fauna, and find yourself a bit closer to nature as you enjoy a boat tour across the lagoon. Take in the captivating scenery and immerse yourself in the magical atmosphere of this unique ecosystem.
Xel-ha Water Park

Xel-ha Water Park

Make a splash and share fun-filled moments with your friends and loved ones at the Xel Ha Aqua Park. Check out the vibrant marine life as you dive into the cenotes for an unforgettable snorkeling adventure. Explore a host of ecological attractions or enjoy water activities. And if you're in the mood for an adrenaline rush, the aquatic zip-lines have you covered.
Akumal Monkey Sanctuary

Akumal Monkey Sanctuary

If you're a wildlife enthusiast, then this should be on your list of must-see attractions. At the sanctuary, you'll find a variety of primates and other rescued animals. The Akumal Monkey Sanctuary is home to more than 200 specimens from 55 different species. This space was created with a singular purpose - to house and preserve wildlife in the process of domestication, without making distinction in native or introduced species.
Tulum Ruins

Tulum Ruins

Built in the Thirteenth Century, the Mayan city of Tulum is a short 15-minute drive from Soliman Bay. The well-preserved ruins and its proximity to one of Mexico's most picturesque beaches make this an essential stop for anyone visiting Riviera Maya. Allow us to arrange a guided tour or explore at your own pace by taking a stroll through this historic site.
Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza

If you're interested in history and culture, then Chichen Itza should be on your must-see list for your next Riviera Maya vacation. One of the New Wonders of the World, this spectacular archaeological site is located just a couple of hours away from Soliman Bay. Explore the ruins, visit the nearby cenote, and immerse yourself in the mystical vibe of this one-of-a-kind attraction.
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