The Mayan Riviera in Mexico is a popular destination with families and for good reason. There is so much more to do than just beaches, when traveling to Mexico with a baby or toddler. If you are looking to escape the winter this year, put this on your list of places to go.
So what is a cenote? It’s a natural pit or sinkhole of groundwater. They are typically created when the limestone bedrock collapses and the groundwater is exposed, which is why you typically see pictures of them as caves.
Babies are awesome little beach bums. You just plunk them down on the sand and give them a shovel, and they’ll sit there happily for hours. Your baby will love any sandy beach, but there are a two beaches around Playa Del Carmen which are beautiful, relatively undiscovered and especially nice for babies.
Anyone who has a toddler knows these are the words a toddler lives by. Every day with a toddler is an adventure! Now take a toddler with an older sibling and they’ll really prove to you what they can do! Our little guy keeps a very close eye on his older sister and never misses an opportunity …