It’s not difficult to find hotels Playa del Carmen has right in the center of all the excitement. But once you check in and put your things away, what will you do? For a family on vacation, the possibilities can be somewhat overwhelming. On the edge of the Yucatan Peninsula, this small area of Mexico is practically designed to cater to the tourist. But with additional choices can come indecision. You might find yourself faced with so many things to do, you wind up simply lying on the beach all day. While there’s nothing wrong with spending your vacation this way, here are some more exciting things to do.
Several companies in the area offer jeep adventures, with many of them located near the hotels Playa del Carmen tourists love to stay in. If you aren’t sure about finding all of the landmarks and sights to see in your own transportation, this is a great way to get a guided tour. The best services include snorkeling stops, tours of the Kings Ruins, and some of them even make a stop by a petting zoo. It’s not the most authentic way to experience the Mexican culture, but if you’re looking for a way to have a good family adventure, you can certainly do worse.
There are a couple of water adventure parks in the area, providing a much different experience to Wet n Wild in the States. These parks aren’t built around water slides and thrills, but rather to give guests a chance to swim, snorkel, and get acquainted with the local flora and fauna. If you’ve ever wanted to get up close and personal with a dolphin, explore coral reefs in their natural environment, or watch peaceful manatees float about the river, these parks are right up your alley. Some of the hotels Playa del Carmen visitors stay at offer brochures and maps to help you find the best experience.
What could be more exciting to a kid than the ability to explore an island? There are cruise lines in the area that will take customers across the sea to various islands, with Isla Mujeres being among the most notable. Once there, visitors can snorkel, ride a bicycle, shop, or rent a kayak. On Isla Mujeres, you can explore the natural beauty of the island as well as such man-made attractions as the lighthouse and the Mayan Observatory. If you want to let the kids play by themselves while you enjoy the “boring” sights and scenes, the Kids Club will give your children a place to play under excellent supervision.
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Condo Hotels Playa Del Carmen
constituyentes y calle 16bis, Era Avenue Norte Mza.26 #23 entre
1, 77710 Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico
+52 984 879 3918