Given its sprawling white sand beaches, calm turquoise waters, and verdant rainforests, it’s easy to see why Mexico’s Riviera Maya has become such a beloved tourist destination over the past few decades. While there’s no shortage of spectacular resorts scattered across the Quintana Roo coast, for nature lovers in particular, the opulent Rosewood Mayakoba stands a league above the rest. From palatial villas perched above wildlife-rich lagoons to hotel-coordinated day trips in search of the world’s largest shark, this stunning resort is a true paradise for all forms of ecotourism.
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