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The lush surroundings set the scene for glamping in Quintana Roo, where campers enjoy posh accommodations while relaxing in nature.

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Guestroom in the glamping cabins. (Photo courtesy of Quintana Roo.)

While clamping in Riviera Maya, guests get to explore the jungle or dive into the crystal-blue waters of the cenotes. The cabins are equipped with a bed and a private bathroom, and most clamping sites offer guests meditation zones and naturalistic spas that help cleanse the body and soul through Mayan rituals and ancestral spa treatments. Guests can also take yoga classes or sign up for a spiritual retreat. In addition, glamping sites can accommodate weddings.

glamping in Quintana Roo
Spending time at the cenote in the glamping site. (Photo courtesy of Quintana Roo.)

Riviera Maya also offers a holistic journey through the cuisine it offers, which is sourced from restaurants that specialize in local produce and fresh seafood. Guests can request vegetarian and vegan options as well.

There are 100 glamping cabins available through the following sites:

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Breakfast is served. (Photo courtesy of Quintana Roo.)

These glamping cabins are agent commissionable and rates range from $60-$250 per night depending on the season. For glamping options stateside, check out “New Luxury Glamping Experiences in Utah.”

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