With the problematic coronavirus crises, people who are still willing to travel now could count on the Mexican Caribbean, with its private beaches and islands, and numerous outdoor entertainments.
Dario Flota Ocampo, director of the Quintana Roo Tourism Board mentioned in his interview that “the Mexican Caribbean has limitless options for tourists who would want to be in nature.”
Cozumel Island is known for its famous Pearl Farm. It welcomes small group tours focusing on cultivation steps of pearls. The privacy of the Island is good and travelers can easily take long walks without worrying about the social distance protocol. The only oceanfront property is placed on the Ventanas al Mar Cozumel Island on East Coast and it generates guests with wonderful experiences.
If travelers are interested in venturing historical sites and places, Coba presents a special Mayan history to explore, with a range of boutique hotels, counting Aldea Coba, and Coqui Coba Papolchac Residence & Spa.
In the south, the Grand Costa Maya welcomes travelers to its one of a kind natural setting, plus it offers a selection of outdoor activities. Visitors could choose privy paddleboarding sessions on Bacalar’s Lagoon of Seven Colors or a dive excursion to Banco Chinchorro reef in Mahahual.
Visitors who are interested in Cancun vacations will see how strongly these resorts are when it comes to executing the health and safety protocols, especially social distancing.
One thing that these resorts are strongly capable of offering is a healthy collection of outdoor activities. Options include kayak excursions to Nichupte Lagoon Conexion Nativa Cancun to paddle past mangroves at the same time as exploring the area’s ecosystem. Sailing and catamaran tours with such companies as Cancun Adventures and Aquatours still gives the volunteers the excitement they are after while being safe from the spread disease.