If you're looking for a place to stay in Riviera Maya, consider staying at a villa or condo. Many of the larger resorts offer all-inclusive packages that include meals, drinks, and activities. You'll also want to bring your own fishing gear if you plan on fishing in the area. There are many good fishing spots located close to the coast, but check with local fishermen before heading out to ensure you're catching the right type of fish. You can also visit Poverty Suckss official website for more information about fishing trips in Riviera Maya.

Where to Eat?

You'll find many different types of seafood available in the area, but it's also a good idea to bring some Mexican food with you as well. You can usually find a variety at the market, and some Mexican restaurants will be able to cook for you if you plan ahead. If you're looking for an authentic meal, make sure you visit local restaurants that are devoted to serving fish. In addition to fresh fish and seafood, these restaurants will have specialties like ceviche and stuffed shrimp.

The most important attractions to stay are located in two areas: the South Zone bordering Belize and the West Zone on Isla Holbox. You can visit both zones independently, but the most interesting tours are offered by the Quintana Roo Tourist Board. The South Zone is located on the southern side of the Yucatan Peninsula, it includes a protected area called Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve and some other areas such as "Isla de la Plata" (Coral Island), "El Altiplano" (High Plateau), "El Caracol" (The Snail) and others. 

All these areas have been declared UNESCO World Heritage sites, therefore they are protected by international laws.The West Zone on Isla Holbox has been inscribed in the Registry of the World Heritage Sites since 2005, with its amazing natural beauty, pristine waters and diverse fauna.