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Mexico’s Riviera Maya awarded 3 Travvy Awards

Playa del Carmen, Q.R. — Mexico’s Riviera Maya was awarded three Travvy 2017 Awards, being recognized as Best Wedding Destination in Mexico and South America, Best Luxury Destination in Mexico and Best Office of Tourism in Mexico.

Travvy Awards are known as the academy of tourism industry awards, recognizing the highest standards of excellence in the travel industry by honoring travel companies and destinations for their outstanding achievements.

Winners are selected by industry professionals who know the products and the quality of the services. Awards are determined by votes from more than 100,000 travel agents who sell the vast majority of these trips.

The awards were received last week by Darío Flota Ocampo, Director of the Tourist Promotion Trust of the Riviera Maya, during a ceremony held in Gotham Hall in New York City.

“We are honored to be recognized with this award. This recognition is a testimony to the high quality that our destination offers and the great effort that our service providers have made,” he said.


Mexico’s Riviera Maya is one of the most attractive destinations in the world, located along the southeastern coast of Mexico in the state of Quintana Roo. The region lies between the Caribbean Sea and jungles, extending 121 kilometers (south of the Cancun International Airport) from Puerto Morelos to Sian Ka’an, the first Biosphere Reserve established in Mexico and a UNESCO World Heritage site.

The Riviera Maya has the tranquility of sparsely populated beaches, the longest underground river system in the world, more than 100 cenotes and numerous eco-adventure activities such as kayaking, snorkeling, snorkeling, hiking, bird watching and deep sea fishing.

A wide variety of accommodation options from luxury hotels and all-inclusive properties, to charming boutique accommodations that offer first-class facilities and the warm hospitality of the local people.

Many of Mexico’s most important Mayan archaeological sites are nearby, providing visitors with the opportunity to fully experience one of Mexico’s new and oldest destinations.


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