#4 Colors of the water in the Yucatan

Undoubtedly, this part of Mexico is filled with some of the world’s most spectacular stretches of coastline you’ll ever see - which the reason why beaches are always a go-to in the peninsula.


The Yucatán Peninsula is such a haven for divers because it offers cenotes to high-speed drift diving. Most of the dive sites are found off Riviera Maya and Cancún in the Caribbean Sea, but there are also unexplored reefs along the northern coast of the peninsula.


One can find mesmerizing caverns off Riviera Maya and several healthy reeds near Cancún including a gorgeous underwater museum called MUSA as well.The offshore islands of Isla Mujeres and Cozumel are famous among divers for their pelagic migrations and open ocean drifts. You do not want to miss this opportunity to dive in the glassy cenotes located around the Yucatan. Diving in the Yucatan is a combination of boat dives and shore dives.


The waters of the Mexican Caribbean with its oral-crushed white sands and turquoise waters can be found on the east coast while if you trudge up north, you will find sleepy fishing villages with sandy streets and wildlife-rich surroundings rimming the southern edge of the Gulf of Mexico. Longing to beach bum? Head over to one of several low-key islands off the Caribbean coast, where you get to experience life as it moves at a refreshingly slow pace.


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