Living in the Caribbean for thirty years and in the Riviera Maya for the last fifteen has made us local experts. We love the Riviera Maya! We all live in different towns throughout the area, have done all the excursions, and have used all the services we offer you. This site features only Riviera Maya Rental Properties. We have been to all our villas; we know the owners, the maids, and the housemen. When you call us with the features you want we will be able to rent you what you are looking for and we are here locally when you need us.
Both have semi-private beaches and gated access. These villas are located off the main highway 307 and while close to the airport, they are only 20 minutes from town. In these villas you enjoy privacy and the wild beauty of the Mexican Coast.
A fun, artsy, cobblestone streets type of town located right on the Caribbean. This town has great restaurants, shopping, and people-watching. During the day you can lay out at the beach while drinking margaritas and at night 5th Avenue comes alive with people and night clubs.
An amazing destination. It is the only deep water marina along the Caribbean Coast. This marina village is full of activities for the whole family and everything is a short walk or golf cart ride away. ‘Puerto’ is a gated and well planned community full of fishing boats and catamarans It has the dolphin experience, parasailing, diving and much more. All the villas and condos in the area give a sense of privacy; most with the beach right in front if not a short walk away.
Located between Puerto Aventuras and Tulum. It is still an area of private homes along the coastline. It is a beautiful and semi-private location with gated access. It is close enough to enjoy excursion and services yet just far away enough to just want to camp out in the pool with your friends barbequing and enjoying the beautiful Mexican sunset.
A funky and fun town, ever growing due to the Tulum ruins. Thankfully you will not find major hotels or shopping malls. Tulum is a New Age, Mexican Village. Most people rent and ride bikes, enjoy cold beers while eating fried fish and calamari on the beach. There are local arts, and crafts, some good local music, many ruins close by and amazing sand and surf.
A biosphere reserve, truly a place to get away from it all. It is remote, wild and still filled with natural life. There are no phones or internet, just fishing, snorkeling, bird watching along the secluded and private Caribbean Ocean.