Adventures at Mayakoba take you from the water’s edge to the leafy mangroves, with outdoor experiences for all ages and abilities. Whether exploring the coral reef offshore, biking miles of nature trails or immersing yourself in Mayan culture, Mayakoba offers an endless array of unique experiences, inspired by the pristine surroundings.
Set off on foot or by bike to explore 2.5 miles or four kilometers of nature trails, which seamlessly connect resort offerings and wind through the lush mangrove forests and around the El Camaleon Golf Course.
A stunning geological feature common the Riviera Maya and formed millions of years ago, Cenote El Burrodromo is a natural cave filled with crystal clear water, ideal for swimming and underwater exploration. Guest must be accompanied by a guide.
The town square of El Pueblito, or “Little Village,” is a traditional Mexican plaza in the heart of Mayakoba, featuring colorful, mission-style architecture, authentic cuisine, farmers’ markets, cooking classes, live music and boutique shopping.
The perfect activity for younger guests and residents, Kids’ Camps include a range of activities, such as kayaking, biking, nature walks and boat eco-tours, with lunch provided at the Koba Restaurant.
The Mayakoba Turtle Camp works hand in hand with the local municipality to conserve the sea turtle population. Ask your concierge how you can help, based on seasonality.
Riviera Maya is renowned for its birdwatching, with Mayakoba offering some of the best in the region. Hundreds of bird species migrate to the area, with Mayakoba maintaining 80% of its mangrove forests and allowing animals to roam free on over 60 acres of natural habitat.