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About Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya is a stunning stretch of coastline along the Yucatan peninsula. It’s home to crystal-clear turquoise waters, powdery white sand beaches, lush jungle vegetation and amazing all-inclusive resorts. Riviera Maya Destination weddings are very popular, and it’s easy to see why. There are a variety of hotels to suit every budget and taste, and there are plenty of different wedding packages available to suit every group size and budget. A Mayan Riviera wedding is also perfect for couples and guests who want to stay active during their trip. There are plenty of activities and excursions available, from exploring the ancient Mayan ruins to swi mming in a cenote (a natural freshwater pool). And of course, no visit to Riviera Maya would be complete without experiencing the unique culture of the region. From the colorful costumes and traditional dances to the delicious food of the Maya, there’s plenty to discover in the area. A

Before Travel

Things To Know about Riviera Maya

U.S. citizens must present a valid U.S. passport book or card. There is no required Visa for stays of up to 180 days.

There are no entry restrictions in Mexico and no obligation to quarantine. No need to have proof of a COVID test or vaccination.

Traveling to a resort in the main tourist areas of Mexico is considered safe. Once out of the resort common precautions apply but if you don't look for trouble you should not find it.

April, May, June and November to early December are the best rates and weather combination. December to April will be the peak season and offer more flights to the destination but will also be more expensive for the room nights.

The currency used throughout the country is the Mexican peso. The US dollars is widely accepted as well. Credit cards are widely accepted and ATMs are frequent.

Resort staff will speak English and it is widely understood in the tourist areas.
Wedding Advise

Getting Married in Riviera Maya

Ceremony types available in Riviera Maya and their requirements