The best of the Mexican Caribbean Without any doubt the natural beauty of the Mexican Caribbean has made it one of the world’s unique locations. Twenty-five percent of this area is classifies as ecological reserve and it possess the second largest reef system on the planet. There are over 5,000 archeological sites that witness its cultural richness that remains the 2,600 year-old ancient Mayan civilization. In addition it is home to one of the most important tourism infrastructures in the Caribbean, with over 58,000 hotel rooms. The Mexican Caribbean is located on the coast of the state fo Quintana Roo, in the southeast of México. For the fifth consecutive year, this area has experienced a steady increase in tourism renew. The area comprises diverse destinations: Cancun, the Riviera Maya, Cozumel, Holbox, Isla Mujeres and the Grand Costa Maya; each one with its own particular charm to offer the tourist: water sports, fine dining and entertainment, ecotourism and adventure, Mayan culture, weddings and romance, spas, fashion and shopping, nightlife, business and golf. All of this surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, the emerald jungle, crystal clear lakes, mangrove forest, coral reefs, and the mysterious cenotes, or natural wells, in a unique Mexican-Mayan-Caribbean environment. Our guests from around the world marvel at the turquoise sea, the lush jungle, the colorful folklore and traditional Mexican hospitality. The growing numbers of tourists has ensured that services are undergoing constant renovation. Many visitors return time and time again to revisit what they know about this destination, and look forward to the new things they will discover: hotels, restaurants, amusement parks, and new roads to travel. This is what makes the Mexican Caribbean a leading, and constantly changing, tourist destination. The geographic location of the myriad destinations of Quintana Roo encourages exploration, as all are located along an easily accessible corridor, with modern, well-signposted highways. To travel them, there is an abundance of car rental agencies, as well as various bus routes that travel this corridor daily, visiting all popular destinations. We have tree international airports: Cozumel, Chetumal and the one in Cancun, which receives the most international air traffic of any airport in the country, home to nearly 50 national and international airlines. Quintana Roo has 15 ports, most dedicated to tourism, although there are also ports reserved for industry and fishing. Departin from the wharves are ferries with multiple trips each day and from the islands of Isla Mujeres and Cozumel.