The Mayan Riviera (from Cancun to Tulum)

During the Classic and Post-Classic periods in Mesoamerica, the mexican coasts of the Quintana Roo state were part of a very important mayan commercial route that included the coastline of Belize, Guatemala and Honduras.

In the years after the Conquest, much of the population died off or left as a result of disease, warfare, piracy and famines, leaving only small settlements on Isla Mujeres and Cozumel Island. Many centuries after, when tourist development was started on 1970, Isla Cancun had only three residents, caretakers of the coconut plantation of Don José de Jesús Lima Gutiérrez, who lived on Isla Mujeres, and there were only 117 people living in nearby Puerto Juarez, a fishing village and military base.

Four decades after as an outcome of a successful project, The Mayan Riviera has become the most visited destination in the Caribbean sea. It has an enviable infrastructure which includes a wide variety of hotels, restaurants, night clubs, eco-parks and the second largest international airport in the country which serves an average of more than ten million visitors per year. The archeological sites, the mexican folklore, the mariachi and of course the charm of its people add a unique touch that has delighted visitors from all over the world. All these features added to its famous white sand beaches, climate and natural beauties have turned The Mayan Riviera into the preferred destination for major international companies to organize conferences and incentive programs.

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