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Where can we go?

Gay Travelers are already coming to Yucatan & Riviera Maya. Tourisim industry in Mexico its doing best effort to deliver safe experiences and stays. New guideliness for travelers and hosts are being implemmented. Only activities considered low risk are available to public. Other activities that involve public aglomerations are hold closed, saddly archaeological zones are still in that category. But the wonderfull thing about Mexico is its wide variaty of options. Here we will show you what can be done now:  

By Riccardo

Sian ka'an

riviera maya

biosphere reserve

The largest protected area in the Mexican Caribbean and occupies approximately 650 thousand hectares along 120 kilometers from North to South, between the municipalities of Tulum and Felipe Carrillo Puerto. It includes beaches, dunes, cenotes, coral reefs and a tropical jungle, where more than 300 species of birds and more than 1000 of plants and 100 of animals live. Sian ka’an means “where the sky is born” in Mayan and was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1987

The Chunyaxche canal constitutes an access by water to the reserve of Sian Kaán; In the tour by boat, in the winding canals that run through mangroves, you can admire hundreds of birds, ruins, surrounded by water, marshes, coastal lagoons, high pastures and unique petenes

Isla mujeres

riviera maya

Ranked as one of the best beaches of the World, the Island Isla Mujeres is just a short ferry trip that departs from Cancun. Join us on this fun trip to the island, we will drive gulf cars to explore the cliffed side coast and reach the best spots and views from the Island. Eventually we can relax and have fun at the best beach club at the Island. Due the location of the Isla Mujeres, the Island is always sargassum free!

Las Coloradas

An amazing location increasing popularity in recent years.  Las Coloradas are pink lagoons at the east side of Yucatan state coast, they are the result of a process to produce salt, also they are called “las salineras”. This process was used as well by the mayas of the region, even there are salineras next to archaeological sites.

Keep in mind you are not allow to swim here, don’t worry, the good news is that just meters away of  Las Coloradas, there is Rio Lagartos beaches, with a stunning blue color.

So Pink is what most well prepared travelers choose. But also photos of models wearing red or white will look amazing.

Off the beaten path experience


biosphere reserve

Yucatan is the ideal destination for exploration, with a wide territory, still much to discover. In this tour we take you to practically virgin places, unknown by most tourists. In these destinations you can have a connection with nature, an authentic experience and always following basic rules of sustainable tourism so as not to disturb the fauna or the site itself. 

We have curated the most off the beaten path experience for those one willing to go further the touristic places and connect with nature. Prepare for a trip to a secret paradise full of vivid nature, endemic species contemplation and visit to pure mexican beach town. The highlights of this experience will be boatr trip into the mangrooves, endemic bird watching (flammingos included), visit and swim into a open cenote, and swim in an Ojo de Agua.


( sinkholes ) 

In Maya mythology, cenotes  represented a passage to the underworld – or ‘Xibalba‘, the reign of the death.

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Before reaching their final rest, the souls had to face the challenges of the Xibalba Lords



Cenotes come up from the ground amongst the abundant vegetation creating a unique ecosystem; besides being a disctintive characteristics of the natural landscape, cenotes are an integral part of the history and traditions of the Mayan people, wrapped up in myths and legends.

Different types

You can know how old they are just by looking at them, the older they are, the more open they tend to be. If you see a cenote with its dome intact, it means its really young.  You can find open, semi-open and underground cenotes.


More than 3,000 that are counted in the Yucatan & Riviera Maya (but estimated as much as 7,000). Dont be overwhelmed, our experts MGT Guides are in the known.

The Origin


Join us! It will be Fun!


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