El Cid Vacations Club Unveils the Top 5 Vacation Activities in Riviera Maya

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El Cid Vacations Club is an industry leader in providing luxurious accommodations at affordable rates, and is revealing the top five things to do in the Riviera Maya region for visitors to enhance their vacation experiences.

Cancun - El Cid Vacations Club is unveiling the top 5 things to do in the Riviera Maya area of Cancun. Guests traveling to the Riviera Maya area should consider making trips to Xcaret Park, Xel-Há, the Ruins of Tulum, Sian Ka`an and Coba.

Xcaret Park is an incredible archaeological park in Riviera Maya. With more than 40 attractions, there is an activity for everyone in the family to enjoy. A butterfly pavilion, authentic Mexican cemetery, coral reef aquarium, and a museum of popular Mexican art are just some of the many attractions at this amazing park. One of the most exciting performances at the park is the Mayan Ball game, which is a must see for anyone who visits Xcaret Park.

Xel-Há is a must-see attraction for anyone who enjoys aquatic life and activities. Guests can enjoy encounters with dolphins, manatees, stingrays and more as well as snorkeling in the pristine waters that are teeming with plant and animal life at the park.

The Mayan ruins of Tulum are a must-see for history buffs. Built out of limestone as a Mayan seaport, the ruins are enclosed on three sides by a 784-meter wall. This fortress of a city was only estimated to be the home of about 600 people including the nobility and priests.

The Centro Ecologico Sian Ka`an (CESiak) is a model for sustainable development in tropical ecosystems that are extremely sensitive and susceptible to development. Sian Ka`an is making strides in developing technologies and methods to develop the land in a sustainable way in order to help preserve the environment. Fly-fishing, kayaking and tours are all available for guests to take advantage of.

Coba is an ancient Mayan city that is located between two lagoons, and at its high point was home to more than 50,000 people. Coba was a trade hub for the Mayan people and a very important cultural center for their civilization.

El Cid Vacations Club invites guests to take advantage of some of these incredible sightseeing opportunities and to take a tour of some of the historic ruins and amazing ecological parks that the Riviera Maya area has to offer. For more information on how to book the vacation of a lifetime, visit http://www.elcidvacationsclub.com.

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