Trip-advisor
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Travel excellence in the Riviera Maya has been recognized by those who know it best: travelers. Hacienda Tres Ríos Resort in the Riviera Maya has once again received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

cultural events Riviera Maya
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Be a part of the Second Mayan-Tibetan Bicultural Encounter 2012, where you can discover two fascinating cultures through dances, ceremonies and exhibitions.

Riviera Maya sports
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The 2012 Sprint Triathlon Riviera Maya was held on May 13. The natural terrain of Hacienda Tres Rios makes it a perfect location for a sporting event of this kind. 270 of Mexico’s most accomplished athletes participated in a 750 meter swim, a 20 kilometer bike ride and a 5 kilometer run.

Xcaret Park Cancun
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The Sacred Mayan Journey will take place at Xcaret on May 17-19, 2012 for the 6th consecutive year. This event recreates one of the most sacred traditions of the ancient Mayan culture; the yearly pilgrimage to the island of Cozumel to worship the goddess Ixchel. Men and women brave the Caribbean waters in canoes during this strenuous, life-threatening journey.

Cancun all inclusive resort
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Your vacation is your special time with your family and/or friends. This time is precious, and in addition, it cost you a lot of money! Have you ever gotten home from a trip and realized most of your pictures weren’t very good? Are they out of focus, taken from too far away, too dark? Well before your next trip, study these tips from the experts, Kodak, and then practice a bit before you head for Cancun, the Riviera Maya, or Playa del Carmen!

Xelha
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  Have you ever heard of Xel-Ha? Xel-Ha is an eco-archaeological park near Playa del Carmen, where nature and Mayan culture can be admired in all their richness.   The most beautiful part of Xel-Ha is the river of clear, fresh water and the huge lagoon where it joins with the sea. These two areas […]

tortugas marias
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On Wednesday Hacienda Tres Rios was invited to witness a turtle release at Xcaret. The park is dedicated to preserving the flora and fauna of the Riviera Maya. For this particular program green or white sea turtles are raised in the park until they are 15 months old and then they are then released into the Caribbean Sea, their natural habitat. Visitors and local school children can witness and even participate in this heartwarming process.