New Initiatives Integrate Riviera Maya's Hotels

Mayakoba Resort is launching several new initiatives to help join together the resorts of Riviera Maya - Rosewood, Banyan Tree and Fairmont, with Andaz slated to debut in 2014. From an eco-tour ferry service to nature walking trails and a new smartphone app, the new additions will allow travelers to integrate themselves in the Mayakoba community.

The Mayakoba Connection ferry is a great way for guests to experience the ecological diversity of the Yucatan. Guests can travel between the three hotels on electric boats to explore a variety of beach clubs and restaurants. Nature lovers will also love the ferry because from it is the opportunity to see Boat-Billed Herons, Ospreys, Roseate Spoonbills, Wood Storks, iguanas, fish, monkeys and crocodiles. 

The Mayakoba Nature Trail will offer guests another way to get up close and personal with nature. Slated to open in December, the trail winds its way through the rainforest and will be accessible from all of Mayakoba's hotels.

Finally, the new Mayakoba smarphone app will allow guests to access menus and reservation details from all the hotels' restaurants and beach clubs.

Visit www.mayakoba.com.

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