Listed as a meeting point for multiple international cruises, Mahahual has become one of the favorite destinations for travelers around the world. This wonderful paradise is known for being a fishing village with a vibrant nature, great tranquility and a laid back attitude.
Have you run out of things to do on the weekend? I have! Sometimes it is very difficult to find new options close to Cancún and the Mayan Riviera, but this time, a friend suggested the water park Mayá in Mahahual, and since I haven’t been there in a while, I decided to pack my bags and take my family on a road trip to remember.
Discover the legend of Xtabay. The inspiration for the most extreme toboggan in Mayá, Lost Mayan Kingdom.
At the beautiful seashores of the Mexican Caribbean, lies a waterpark built around the legends of an old civilization, the Mayans.
Located in Mahahual, the lazy town that houses Costa Maya, this amazing waterpark, Mayá, Lost Mayan Kingdom, guards many mysteries for you to come and discover, and the only way to unveil them is venturing into the jungle to test your courage.
Let me tell you something. When I am with my family, every moment is unforgettable, but I love capturing every memory in a picture, so when I look at them, I can relive those special moments every time I want. And there is a place that gave me just what my picture-craving-self needed: Maya, Lost Mayan Kingdom, the waterpark in Costa Maya.
All my life I wished for an experience that combined adrenaline and relaxation. I could never imagine that I could find this it in a waterpark. A place that invited me to live an expedition on air and water and which made me feel part of the jungle that surrounds it. That’s what I lived when my family and I visited Mayá Lost Mayan Kingdom during our cruise to Costa Maya.