Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula is a magical coastline dotted with unlimited natural wonders. With underground rivers, caves, archaeological sites, and thousands of cenotes (sinkholes) it’s easy to see why this is a top destination for travelers and nature-lovers alike. Here are ten photos to inspire a visit!
10 Epic Photos of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula
Aerial shot taken at the The Royal Suites Yucatán by Palladium.
Akumal Bay is one of the best places in the world to snorkel with docile sea turtles. While these creatures are not aggressive, please respect their space and never, ever touch them. Grab a mask and head out on your own or book a boat tour; this is one adventure you don’t want to miss.
Quiet moments at sunrise at The Grand Palladium Resort.
The Mexican Caribbean Coast is home to nearly 20 Mayan archaeological sites. One of the most popular is located in Tulum. The bright blue Caribbean sea against these magnificent buildings is a sight to be seen.
Sunset at the saltwater pool at the Grand Palladium Hotel.
Water bungalows at The Royal Suites Yucatán by Palladium.
Pelican dive bombs along the Yucatan coast.
Crystal clear water at Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve.