The Most Instagrammable Places in Riviera Maya

The Most Instagrammable Places in Riviera Maya

The Most Instagrammable Places in Riviera Maya

They say “a picture is worth 1000 words” so use your phone to share your Riviera Maya experiences using this app. Riviera Maya is a top choice for Instagram fans with something for everyone to enjoy, photograph and share.

Here are some of the most Instagrammable places in Riviera Maya to visit and share. Get ready to be wowed!

Breathtaking beaches & lagoons

Akumal

Akumal is a quintessential tropical white sandy beach on Riviera Maya with a lagoon teeming with colorful fish and sea turtles. Get yourself an underwater camera or waterproof cover for your phone and upload amazing pieces to Instagram.

Isla Mujeres

Take a breezy ferry ride from Cancun to Isla Mujeres, a traffic-free island with white sandy beaches and turquoise waters for snorkeling and diving. Post snaps on Instagram of the Seashell House and the Underwater Museum.

Bacalar

Bacalar Lagoon is another dream location for sharing. It’s known as the “Lagoon of Seven Colors” - when you see it you’ll understand why!

Riviera Maya – Naturally!

Cenotes

Peer into a cenote and see the surreal crystal clear water in these natural limestone sinkholes. Some of the best to share on Instagram include famous Dos Ojos cenotes but for sure some private guides can bring you to less frequented cenotes.

Punta Laguna

Looking for more wild? Take a tour to Punta Laguna Reserve, it will be the unique opportunity to take pictures of spider monkeys!

Las Coloradas

Unexpected color can be found at the amazing Pink Lakes at Las Coloradas with flocks of pink flamingos. Mexico is one of only few places in the world with Pink Lakes, so take the advantage of being in Mexico to visit Las Coloradas!

Mayan Ruins Shots

Chichen Itza

Appreciate ancient cultures and architecture at places like Chichen Itza. Find an unusual angle to capture El Castillo pyramid, or photograph it early in the day for dramatic shadows!

Coba

Amid lush jungle, climb up to the ancient Coba Ruins and take amazing photos of the spectacular view with an interesting blend of manmade and natural.

Tulum

Due to its prime coastal location, it also offers some of the world’s finest views of the Caribbean Sea. As you explore the ruins, your guide will point out highlights like the main temple.

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