Puerto Morelos Timeshare
Located on the Caribbean shores of the Yucatan Peninsula, Puerto Morelos is a little-known gem of a town that offers all the benefits of the Riviera Maya with more privacy and seclusion. Owning a Puerto Morelos timeshare is a great idea if you love an affordable, first-class vacation in this tropical paradise. It is a world-class scuba diving destination as it has the second-largest barrier reef in the world. It is also near several of the famous cenotes, the sinkholes and caves with crystal clear freshwater suitable for swimming and diving.
If you are looking for the raucous nightlife the Caribbean is famous for, you can go to Cancun or Playa del Carmen just a few miles away from your Puerto Morelos timeshare, where the big nightclubs are. Puerto Morelos offers small-town activities with local bands and nightclubs along the beach that are charming and fun.
Fabulous Culture and Outdoor Activities
Puerto Morelos is divided into two main sections including the seaside section and La Colonia or neighborhood that is the home of local restaurants, markets and shops. The two sections are separated by the protected Mangrove forest with endangered plants and animals. The American Crocodile also lives there but is rarely seen. The Mangrove forest plays a big part in protecting the reef. This is the main reason the town stays small. A Puerto Morelos timeshare offers eco-friendly, affordable accommodation even during the winter high season.
Because the barrier reef comes closest to land at Puerto Morelos, the large waves are blocked. It’s great for children to swim and play in the calm, warm water. A boat will take you to the reef for some of the best snorkeling in the world.
Amazing Mayan Ruins
Considered the Riviera Maya’s best-kept secret for a relaxing beach vacation, Puerto Morelos is also near some of the most interesting archeological sites in Mexico. It is just up the road from Tulum, the Pre-Columbian Mayan city from the 13th century and about 2.5 hours by car from Chichen Itza, one of the largest and most spectacular set of Mayan temples and ruins from the 7th century.
On the days you want a break from diving or snorkeling, you can visit the Botanical Gardens and see the plants and wildlife. There is also the local crocodile and reptile zoo that kids love to visit. To take advantage of a relaxing vacation every year, consider owning a Puerto Morelos timeshare. If you want a change of pace for your next vacation, it will be easy to exchange your timeshare for a comparable one at the hundreds of other destinations around the world through an exchange provider.