Whether you're a hardcore adrenaline adventurer or you prefer your vacations to include the tranquil ocean, sandy beaches, a relaxing pool, and a spa - ideally in the same complex - the country of Mexico has what you're looking for. From the beaches, reefs, and fine dining at Cozumel to the spectacular ruins at Tulum or Chichen Itza, Mexico has such a combination of stunning destinations that it will leave any visitor in complete amazement.
Cancún and the Riviera Maya area have some lovely sights themselves, and it's also quite close to a lot of Mexico's best destinations. You have beautiful jungles, mystical ruins, the pure blue-green water of the cenotes – or underground pools – and outstanding beaches, with snorkeling and scuba diving aplenty.
The Riviera Maya region is the area south of Cancun, which runs down the coastline of the Yucatan Peninsula from Puerto Morelos to the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve and is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Mexico and are known worldwide with large stretches of white sand lapped by the Caribbean Sea's clear turquoise waters. Until recent years fishing villages were the only settlements in the Riviera Maya. With the boom in tourism and the desire for more beach destinations, the Mexican Caribbean coastline has since been developed into a highway of all-inclusive luxury resorts, sedate or high energy excursions, nightlife, signature golf courses, shopping, great food, and more.
Speaking of Authentic Mexican Food
Panuchos and Salbutes are very common snack or small meal food found around the Yucatán area, rivaling tacos for their popularity.
Unlike tacos, salbutes' base is fried masa. Masa is a white corn that has been boiled with lime (the mineral) and then ground into flour. It is the basis of many other dishes of the Yucatán such as corn tortillas & tamales. The fried masa forms a base for chopped cabbage, adding chicken or turkey, diced onion or pickled red onion, avocado, tomato, with lime to flavor. Habanero salsa can be added as well, which one should approach with caution. The habanero pepper is known as one of the hotter peppers in the Yucatan
Panuchos are similar, except that they have refried beans inside or on the masa, which salbutes do not. Street vendors make them fresh to order, and the customer can add some toppings like onion, salsa, and lime juice as they please.
Both dishes are a type of "antojitos," like tacos, (meaning literally "little craving"). A meal of antojitos might consist of anything from two to five small items. They are served in restaurants or from stands as street food, and they are quite popular all over the Riviera Maya
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