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Welcome to paradise... welcome to Xel-Há!
Regarded as one of the world’s greatest Natural Wonders, Xel-Há provides
one of the best experiences in the heart of the Riviera Maya. Practice snorkeling and see
hundreds of colorful fish and a great diversity of marine species that inhabit
its cove and cenotes. At this All Inclusive Park you can enjoy water activities, ecological
attractions, restaurants and the best scenery to admire while you relax in a
hammock or stroll the nooks and crannies of Xel-Há. Come and immerse yourself in one of the
cenotes, lagoons or caves, and enjoy the aquatic zip-lines you’ll only find at Xel-Há.

(underwater contemporary museum of art)

In 2009 a monumental underwater contemporary museum of art called MUSA
(Museo Subacuático de Arte) was formed in the waters surrounding Cancun, Isla Mujeres and Punta Nizuc.
The Museum aims to demonstrate the interaction between art and environmental science and form
part of a complex reef structure for marine life to colonize and inhabit whilst increasing biomass on a
grand scale. All of the sculptures are fixed to the seabed and made from specialized materials used to promote coral life.

Cenote Dos Ojos

Cenote Dos Ojos was given this name because when these two circular
cenotes are seen from above amidst the jungle, they look like two eyes. It’s the
third longest underground river in the world measuring more than 82kms. In length
and with 28 explored cenotes. 
Cenote Dos Ojos is the favorite among scuba divers because of the clarity of
its waters, spectacular formations and the possibility of doing two different dives:
The Barbie Line, 500 mts. Long, and the Bat Cave Line, 450 mts.
Long, with a maximum depth of 10 mts. and with a temperature of 24°C (75°F).


Tulum was an ancient Mayan fortress city that rose to power toward the end
of the Classic period. The most iconic of its structures, the Castillo, is perched on
the edge of a cliff overlooking the clear turquoise blue waters of the Caribbean.
The cliff-top Castillo, with its beachfront location and lush green landscape, is the
image most often associated with the Mayan Riviera. You’ve probably seen the postcards.