Puerto Morelos is known for its pristine beach with white sand and warm, clear water. Only a 1/4 mile offshore you find the Great Maya Reef. It is the largest reef system in the Western hemisphere and protects the beach from big waves rolling in. Relax at one of the many beach bars. Rent loungers…

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If you think our warm blue waters are impressive from above, wait till you see them from below! We can help set you up with a recommended Dive Shop or Snorkeling Operator.

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One of the most popular activities, just 15 minutes north of town, is a visit to the Crococun Zoo.  It is an animal refuge as well as a wonderful place to see and learn about all the animals in the area.

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Learn Spanish while immersed in the culture at Puerto Morelos’s own Spanish Language Center, offering a range of classes for everyone from beginners to fluent Spanish speakers. Highly recommended by Abby who has been a student for a number of years. Private lessons or group classes.

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The Yucatan Peninsula has more archeological ruins than any other area in the Western Hemispheres – nearly 1200 sites!  Let our office help you arrange a tour!

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Cenotes are sinkholes and caves in the limestone bedrock of the Yucatan peninsula. They are filled with cool, crystal-clear water that is very refreshing on a tropical day! Many sites to pick from to have a great adventure. Very unique to this part of the world and not to be missed!

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Many fun Adventure Parks are within 30 minutes of our town.  Zip-line thrills or driving an ATV through the jungle.  Swim in a refreshing fresh-water cenote.  See the monkeys and peacocks.

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Visit three of the most famous islands on the east side of the Yucatan Peninsula. Cozumel, near Playa del Carmen, the largest and most developed; Isla Mujers, near Cancun; or Holbox, the most secluded and natural island.

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Just south of town are the beautiful Botanical Gardens.  Climb high onto a platform in a tree to look out over the jungle and area. See monkeys and other wildlife.

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