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Things to do in Mahahual

Things to do in Mahahual

Mahahual is a small fishing village that has become the ideal place to enjoy a fantasy vacation, carefree and away from the busy life of the big metropolises. This unique fishing village has the only cruise ship pier that is located in the south of the state of Quintana Roo, due to this strategic geographical position you can take a tour along the entire coast.

You can spend your days sailing in the lagoon area that emerged from the breakwater and the reef, in addition, you can immerse yourself in the turquoise blue waters, dive and discover an unimaginable paradise.

If you are a lover of the sea and adventure, just 20 minutes from the coast of Mahahual you will find an underwater paradise by the sea, known as Banco Chinchorro, a coral reef bar, which has been postulated as the largest in the country and the second largest in the world, it is one of the most splendid natural attractions of the Caribbean!

It has become one of the favorite sites for those who practice diving because in the interior of the lagoon there are keys covered with mangroves that give home to the great variety of fauna and flora. On the other hand, you can swim around the lagoon and contemplate the hundreds of fish, dolphins, sharks, turtles and shipwrecks from bygone eras.

Slide and fly in the most recent attraction of Mahahual the Maya Lost Mayan Kingdom, a place where you will enjoy a whole day full of adrenaline, laughter and a lot of fun because it has 12 slides with falls of up to 25 meters, 2 zip lines, a expedition along the Perdido River where you will float aboard a tire to be able to cross the park.

Do not forget to visit the Malecón Mahahual, it has recently been renovated and you can take a walk or bike ride where you will enjoy beautiful landscapes with the sunset. On the Malecón you will find a wide variety of restaurants and shops, where you can eat or browse.

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