Maya Riviera Activities

If the all-inclusive resort doesn't have enough to keep you fully occupied or you want an extra special activity - then look no further. Here is a 'short' list of available things to do in the Riviera Maya.

All of these adventures can be booked through Team Alston Travel while you are planning the rest of your vacation.


Chichen Itza, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, is a must-see for visitors to the Yucatan Peninsula!


Zip through the forest, ride in an army truck, and swim in a cenote during your active, memorable day!


The reefs of the Riviera Maya are in an excellent condition. Over 20 different dive sites provide you with enough possibilities to stay wet during your stay. Do not forget to grab the ferry and dive Cozumel. The island is considered among the top 10 dive destinations of the world and is absolutely worth a visit.


Fore! with dozens of courses to choose from get ready for a great day of golf.


Rio Secreto is Riviera Maya’s unique crystal museum, if you like caving you will love this. In this adventure you'll be outfitted with a wetsuit, life jacket, helmet (with a light!), and special shoes. Now it's time to observe natural history dating back millions of years as you walk and swim an easy 600 meter route through the thousands of calcified stalactites and stalagmites found in this system of caves that was formed over centuries by an underground river.


The Yucatan Peninsula offers unbeatable vacation options and the fishing waters are famous worldwide! In fact, the area where we'll be fishing has been featured in saltwater fishing publications such as Marlin, Saltwater Sportsman, and Sport fishing, as well as several times on ESPN.


The 13th-century, walled Mayan archaeological site at Tulum National Park overlooks the sea. It incorporates the clifftop Castillo, built as a watchtower, and the Templo de las Pinturas, with a partially restored mural. Inland, the Cobá archaeological site has pyramid-shaped temples with views over the surrounding jungle.


Xcaret is a natural park that treasures the best of the traditions and culture of Mexico, a paradise that combines the natural beauty and cultural wealth of the country and the region. Here you'll find underground rivers, natural pools, and a myriad of attractions that will create unforgettable experiences.


Get ready for a fun-filled day at Xel-Ha, the world's largest natural aquarium! Relax on the white sand beach, swim in the bluest of waters, or enjoy unbelievable snorkeling and tubing in the park's 22 acres of lagoons, coves, and inlets that are home to hundreds of multi-colored tropical fish.

For more information or to book any of these adventures:

  • Contact Bill or Sandra Alston at TeamAlstonTravel
  • email:
  • call: 760-814-2123
  • or text: 760-672-3776

If there are other activities (like horseback riding, swimming with the dolphins and more) please contact us as we can help you with those as well.

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