Spectacular scuba diving, intriguing Mayan temple ruins and memorable eco-adventures are vacation highlights. Whether you’re in search of exotic fish and coral, adrenaline thrills, cultural performances, water sports, Mariachi music, nature or a glimpse into a mysterious ancient culture, you’ll find it along Mexico’s Riviera Maya. This coastline covers 81 miles from Cancun south to the Belize border. There are white sand beaches, secluded coves, mangroves, cenotes and caves that provide natural beauty, as well as a host of visitor attractions. Just offshore is the second longest barrier reef in the world, stretching in front of the El Dorado Spa Resorts & Hotels and Azul Hotels, by Karisma. For many, the draw is the golf greens, the shopping in Playa del Carmen or the glitzy nightlife of Cancun. It might be the chance to swim with dolphins, climb up Mayan temple stairs, ride horses on the beach or zipline through the forest canopy. On the Riviera Maya, it’s all nearby.