Things to Do

Puerto Morelos is centrally located along the Mayan Riverian coast. With access to world class scuba diving, ruins, parks and night life, you'll never want to leave. You can explore the area on google maps or see the street view, by clicking here: Google Maps View.

John Greys
One of our personal favorites. John Greys restaurant offers a fine dining experience that you'll definitely want to come back.
Oasis Spa
With more than 30 years of extensive training and experience in Spa and Esthetic services, Martina provides the very best possible care as she draws on multiple skills to adapt to each client's needs. Her love for her work comes through in every touch.


  Le Cafe D' Amanica
Le Cafe D'Amancia is a coffee shop in the town square diagonally across from the el centro puerto morelos central square catholic church and across the street from the Oxo store.
Alma Libre Books
Alma Libre Books is the largest New & Used English Bookstore in the Yucatan. They have the best selection of books of local interest, such as books on local birds, fish, mammals, Mayan culture, Mexican cooking, maps, language books, as well as dictionaries and Spanish phrase books.


  La Sirena
La Sirena at the Maritime Hotel is a fun yet elevated trattoria serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. La Sirena is owned by Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich.
  Breckos Snorkeling
Located along the main street in Puerto Morelos, Breckos is easy to find. They offer world class tours of our local world class reef. They offer a professionally run service that makes several runs a day out to the reef. So there's surely a time just for you.


  Chichen Itza
Hailed as one of the Seven Wonders of the New World, the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza truly deserve their status as the second most popular attraction in all of Mexico. Situated between Valladolid and Merida - 125km west of Cancun - the ancient city can be visited on a full day trip from Playa del Carmen.
  Diving and Snorkeling
Within the Marine Park there are many great opportunies for scuba diving in Puerto Morelos. There was a ship donated by the Mexican Army which they sank in October 2008 to provide an artificial reef. The ship can now be found 30 meters deep in the ocean and is completely covered in corals, sponges and a plethora of colourful sea creatures. For marinas in Puerto Morelos click here


Swim in the Cenotes
Cenotes are natural swimming holes formed by the collapse of porous limestone bedrock, which has revealed a secret subterranean world of groundwater pools. Most cave cenotes have fresh water so clear and pure that you can see straight through to the bottom. Open-air cenotes also have clear water, and often are home to vitamin- and mineral-rich algae that nourish and protect your skin.One of our personal favorites. John Greys restaurant offers a fine dining experience that you'll definitely want to come back.
Enjoy Fine Dining
Puerto Morelos has some of the best restaurants in the Mayan Rivera. With food choices ranging from resturants directed at tourists, to the little out of the way places that serve authentic Mexican cuisine like you've never tasted it before.


Enjoy Cancun
Cancun is situated on the south-east coast of Mexico in the state of Quintana Roo in the Yucatan Peninsula. Warm white powdery sand beaches and turquoise crystal clear waters together with the famous Mexican hospitality make this a place like no other!
Playa del Carmen Nightlife
Vibrant and full of character, Playa del Carmen's nightlife is something to behold. While neighbouring Cancun is well-known for its party scene, Playa del Carmen offers something a little more refined, without losing a resounding sense of fun.


Botanical Gardens
This garden was established in 1982 and is one of the largest Botanical Gardens in Mexico. It's the last patch of conserved forest between Cancun and Playa del Carmen, with collections of cactaceae, bromeliaceae, orquideaceae, ferns, fruits, ornamentals, palms and medicinal plants representative for Yucatan Peninsula. A trail of about 4 km leads through representative natural forest formations and along a traditional Maya house and "chicle" camp with a Mayan Arqueological Site.
Croco Cun Zoo
The Croco Zoo is always an entertaining experience. The animals are for children of all ages. See the wildlife like you've never been able to see it before.


Spend time at XCaret Park
More than 40 different attractions await in this eco-archaeological park. You can start your day by exploring the jungle ruins or forest trails and then float along the underground rivers in the comfort of raft. If you prefer your days more active, swap your shorts and shirt for swimming gear, pick up a snorkel and set off to explore the underground rivers or tropical waters at your own pace. The site also includes a colourful wild bird aviary, orchid greenhouse and aquarium.
Artisans Market
Find high-quality hammocks, alebrijes (colorful, hand-carved wooden animals), handbags, masks, jewelry and more. It's refreshingly low-key and you can often see the craftspeople at work.


Visit Tulum
As recently as the early 1990s Tulum Pueblo was a quiet village 2 km (1.5 mi) from the archaeological site, and tourism outside of the ruins was limited to a few small shops and simple cabanas on the beach. As of the 2010 census, population of Tulum Pueblo has grown to 18,233 permanent inhabitants with the increase in tourism, restaurants and bars, grocery stores, boutiques, bicycle rentals, gyms, tour operators, banks, ATMs, internet cafes, and various other commercial stores are available in Tulum Pueblo.
Rest & Relaxationt
At the end of the day, most people come down to the Puerto Morelos to take in some good old relaxation. With miles of endless beaches and a home base made for a king, you'll find all the rest you'll need at Casa Kenwal. Come contact us today!




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