Published On: Thu, Dec 22nd, 2016

Riviera Maya, an international travel destination especially well-suited for solo travelers

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Solo travel, among other benefits, means never having to compromise your plans.

But some destinations, by virtue of language, ease of transportation, expense or level of hospitality, offer easier going than others. Now, the Mexican Mayan Riviera really fits the bill.

• Riviera Maya, Quintana Roo

If you’re looking for a beach adventure, look past the honeymoon- and family-focused all-inclusive resorts that line the Caribbean coast of the Yucatán Peninsula, aka the Riviera Maya, and make your base the bustling town of Playa del Carmen. It has its own beach and also offers quick trips via ferry to Cozumel to snorkel the Mesoamerican Reef.

By night, Playa, as it is called, offers loads of entertainment, including open-air restaurants, beachfront dance clubs and shops lining the pedestrian-only Quinta Avenida that stay open late.


Riviera Maya (sipse)

Accommodations run from thrifty off-the-beach inns to grand beachfront resorts. Travelers bound for the Riviera Maya fly through Cancún, where the average ticket from the United States is down 12 percent over last year, to $310 round-trip, according to the airfare prediction app Hopper.

Now you know that, the Riviera Maya is one of the most trendy and fun international travel destinations especially well-suited for solo travelers.




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