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Xcaret Playa del Carmen 27.0 mi away
#1 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
A MUST TO GO PARK; Amazing Beaches, Mayan Museum, Subterranean River, Dolphin Shows, Swimming with SHARKS, Snorkeling, Cascades, Kids Pools, Delicious Foods and many others attractions, Please bring you own camera...
... park, the selection is huge and such a variety of pottery, china, crockery, jewellery, clothing, ornaments, fun kids toys, clothes and games you'll definitely find something to cherish and to be a great memento.
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Akumal Beach Akumal 9.3 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Akumal
He is such an amazing and creative musician--adults and children alike are charmed and entertained by HOW we wears an entire band and then HOW he plays songs that are so sweet and fun! Kudos to you Abel! Keep on p...
... does anyway as it often contains tiny seahorses so can add an interesting 'treasure hunt' for the children!! lovely level sandy beach and a beautiful reef close enough to swim to and snorkel, with turtles, ray...
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Tulum Archaeological Site Tulum 5.3 mi away
#1 of 61 things to do in Tulum
Locals (Nationals) get in free so you will be around Mexican families that adds a wonderful vibe to see all the wonderful people of Mexico enjoy this great and special place.
I’ve been here before but now my kids were able to enjoy and appreciate this amazing place, lots of history and incredible setting; if you can, go on a cloudy day, sun is relentless there!
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Bejil-Ha Riviera Maya Chemuyil 5.2 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Chemuyil
While getting situated with your cruiser, you can learn about how they help educate children in their schools to learn how to maintain pristine Cenotes, as well as appreciate the natural treasures around them.
... and beautiful blue waters by the hand of 5 friends who grew up here and now they offer their secret places only for you, whether you attend as a solo traveler, couple, friends or family, you will enjoy it.
Cavernas Chaaktun Playa del Carmen 30.8 mi away
#5 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
I liked that there were lockers and pictures were very affordable.My children were 10 and 6 and they enjoyed this tour immensely.
Parque Nacional Tulum Tulum 8.0 mi away
#6 of 61 things to do in Tulum
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Tulum Tower Tulum 5.5 mi away
#4 of 61 things to do in Tulum
We loved Tulum Tower, my two kids and I had a great time.
A lot of walking though so make sure you have comfortable shoes and no stroller to push or young kids to carry
EcoRanchoMayamar Akumal 9.3 mi away
#3 of 13 things to do in Akumal
roberto does a great private tour of the cenotes and other details of his family owned property!
The tour is better suited for older children, as there is walking and swimming in the cenotes.
Xel-Ha Park by Xcaret Solidaridad 3.3 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Solidaridad
Great snorkeling in the lagoon, tuberide is fun, ziplines into the water was the kids favourite, and jumping off cliffs, swimming in caves, cenotes, walking or biking on the jungle trails, cool little playground f...
There’s snorkelling, a really long lazy river with cliff jumps, zip lines and rope swings along the way, dolphins, stingrays, a huge slide, hammocks to chill in, a children’s playground all in this beautiful inlet.
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Parque De Cenotes Yax-Muul Tulum 0.6 mi away
#10 of 61 things to do in Tulum
Big family on tour having a great and personal experience at the caves at monte verde.
Our family enjoyed this cenote on a recent trip to the area.
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Akumal Monkey Sanctuary & Rescued Animals Akumal 9.2 mi away
#5 of 13 things to do in Akumal
Must Visit!! Highly Highly Recommend!! Great for kids!!! Muchas Gracias Martin & staff!!!!
... monkeys); multiple chances to engage with them; feed and pet goats, monkeys, more; have a boa constrictor wrapped around you; friendly and knowledgeable tour guide, Maurice; decent prices ($40 adult, kids less).
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Muyil Quintana Roo, Mexico 20.2 mi away
#60 of 500 things to do in Quintana Roo
We visited the Muyil ruins with small children and enjoyed the easy walking paths and general quiet of the jungle.
The kids saw monkeys (okay only one howler monkey), bats and lots of other reptiles.
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Barcos Caribe Playa del Carmen 31.0 mi away
#15 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
We decided to go to Cozumel for the day and caught the 10am ferry from Playa del Mar.It was about 260 pesos per adult and 160 pesos for the children.It was a quick comfortable ride and they run either every hour o...
The returning line ship was slightly cheaper but this meant a rush for seating which meant families couldn't always sit together.
Quinta Avenida Playa del Carmen 31.4 mi away
#2 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
There's lots to do lots of great shopping excellent place to spend the day with friends and family lots of entertainment lots of places to eat lots to look at lots to drink lots to do lots of people watching!!!!
Day and night you see all kind of people, couples, children, gorgeous people on their sculpted bodies strolling day and night, it’s so lively it’s like madri gras everyday
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Dolphin Discovery Akumal Akumal 12.1 mi away
#7 of 13 things to do in Akumal
I must say this is a great family excursion the handlers really do know there stuff and ensure you feel comfortable in the water and get plenty of time swimming, playing and touching the dolphins.
While we was there my husband and kids had paid for me to swim with dolphin's as a suprise and then my husband and our butler arranged to have our room decorated beautifully as a surprise.
La Playa Xpuha Xpu-Ha 15.6 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Xpu-Ha
We spent the whole day with the kids and us playing in the waves, relaxing in the loungers, eating the delicious food and enjoying the great service.
Great mixed crowd—young & seniors, locals & tourists, solo travelers, couples, families.
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Ecopark Kantun Chi Puerto Aventuras 23.4 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Puerto Aventuras
We did the Cenote tour with Luis and it was fabulous!! My family loved swimming in the different cenotes and Luis our guide was awesome!
It was an amazing tour and our guide, Clemente, was notably good with the children, very friendly and knowledgeable on the Mayan history and geology.
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Cenote Azul Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico 16.8 mi away
#123 of 856 things to do in Yucatan Peninsula
This cenote has more shallow areas that others in the region, good for kids and families, as well as couples looking to spend a relaxing few hours in an incredibly location.
While they do sell some snacks in the store, you are able to bring your own snacks and non-alcoholic drinks into the park with you, and we observed a few families who brought coolers full of cold water and food fo...
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Riviera Maya Playa del Carmen 31.6 mi away
#13 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
... so to speak which makes it a perfect choice for just about anyone... from night life party goers, to tourist seeking a seclude places to just relax ... including solo, groups, couples and family travelers.
We escaped the March 12–14, 2018 nor'easter winter snow storm as our family of four were vacationing at Our Hacienda Tres Rios Resort in the sunny, tropical region of Riviera Maya area of Mexico.
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Xavage Park by Xcaret Cancun 32.5 mi away
#5 of 110 things to do in Cancun
... 40 meters off the ground, glide like a bird as you zip line face 1st Superman style, kayaking, kids play area with water features, water rafting in a man made course with rapids and cascades, perfect for begin...
It has rafting, an obstacle course on a large buggy, high speed boating, kayaking, flying horizontally on a harness, a suspended rope obstacle course, and a splash zone (fountains and games for kids, but we also e...
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Puerto Aventuras Marina Puerto Aventuras 18.4 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Puerto Aventuras
It was a great experience, with well-prepared fisherman, one captain and two crew, who had all of the bait prepared and helped 7 kids (accompanied by 5 adults) fish.
Bikes, kayaks, great two bedroom, two bathroom unit, pool for children and adults Come every year!
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Mexico Waterjets Playa del Carmen 30.6 mi away
#14 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
My husband, my two children and I came to visit from Texas.
Dolphin Discovery Puerto Aventuras Puerto Aventuras 18.5 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Puerto Aventuras
... accommodate us, the experience is amazing, the kids have about two hours of fun with dolphins, manatees and seals, the trainers are very knowledgeable and the location is very clean, my kids loved the experience!
We walked down from our resort and watched people swim with the Dolphins and feed the Manatees and sea lions and it was free to watch and all the kids around loved it too... was very clean and professional
Punta Laguna Nature Reserve Tulum 30.0 mi away
#7 of 61 things to do in Tulum
The guides are knowledgeable about the area and very respectful of the reserve as most seem to be from one family group that operates the tour and are descended from the Mayans who originally lived on this land.
go through old Mayan village (stop and look at some of the local wares) The area is mainly run by family members who started the reserve and are awsome guides.This is a must do and we very much appreciate what the...
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Aktun Chen Akumal 8.4 mi away
#4 of 13 things to do in Akumal
We saw amazing natural beauty rarely seen in other places, including underground roots, an inside lake (cenote) that looks like cristal (even has fish), the formations are unique, and the kids loved the effect of...
The cenote snorkeling is beautiful and kid friendly (Our four-year-old loved it) Jorge gave us the cenote tour and Henry on the zip line.
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Laguna Kaan Luum Tulum 6.8 mi away
#11 of 61 things to do in Tulum
The shallows are perfect for relaxing and for kids and the depths are good for diving off the pier.
It's shallow enough for small children to stand in most of the areas and he just had a blast playing under the bridge.
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Xpu-ha Beach Puerto Aventuras 15.6 mi away
#4 of 14 things to do in Puerto Aventuras
... Adventures new Jungle float there !!!..... slides, trampolines, jump platforms and rope swing It sure made our day on the beach a lot more fun !!! we thought it was just for kids, but the hubby had a blast too
... that it is wider than most others, plenty of room to set up shop without being on top of each other (tip: walk down to the right), and there are nice waves for body surfing (kept the kids happy for many hours).
Playa Punta Esmeralda Playa del Carmen 33.5 mi away
#22 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
It was an easy leisurely stroll and when we finally reach the beach, we were pleasantly surprised at the lack of crowds and mostly local Mexican families enjoying the day.
There is a shallow cenote with cool, clear water which is ideal for children to play in and then the sea on the other side in the most beautiful azure hues.
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Delphinus Xel-Ha Tulum 3.3 mi away
#14 of 61 things to do in Tulum
My family loved swimming with dolphins, experiencing their closeness, obedience, tameness and skills was extraordinary.
The whole thing was so fun and they both loved it- even the 12-year-old "tweenager" who think he is too cool for stuff like this melted into an excited little kid talking to us about all he learned about these ani...
El Acuario de Playa Playa del Carmen 31.6 mi away
#20 of 76 things to do in Playa del Carmen
we strolled through this aquarium and it was cute - perfect for kids LOTS of fun colourful fish to see!
The hope is that these children will take an interest in their ocean and make choices to keep it healthy.