Ships dock at Puerto Costa Maya—the first Western Caribbean port built exclusively for the cruise ship industry.
It is a 70,000-square-foot entertainment and shopping complex with artisan markets, a private beach club, pools, restaurants, and bars.
Silver, leather, fragrances, jewelry, pottery, liquor, crafts, souvenirs—Costa Maya has it all just steps from the ship.
Dating back to 1000 BC, the Mayan ceremonial center is the most visited ruin in the region. It’s a 50-minute drive from port.
The quaint village has a beachfront promenade with shops, bars, and restaurants serving some of the best ceviche in the Caribbean.
This site is best known for Temple of the Masks, a pyramid with 10-foot sculpted masks of the sun god running up the sides of its stairways.
Walk in Mayan footsteps at a lost city that archaeologists believe was a thriving metropolis 1,500 years ago. The ceremonial center alone covers about two-and-a-half square miles.
An exclusive drive tour through the rainforest leads to the Chacchoben Mayan ruins. Marvel at their temples, see their once-magnificent gardens, and absorb their fascinating history.
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