Quintana Roo is the state of turquoise colored beaches, Mayan ruins, jungles, and cenote pools. In addition to its valuable contributions to the country’s archeological heritage, the state has become a place where the fun never ends. What are you waiting for to visit?
The state is named for Andrés Quintana Roo, a Mérida-born politician, and is part of the Yucatán Peninsula. The climate is generally warm and subhumid with an average annual temperature of 91°F. The state is home to the Magical Towns of Bacalar, Tulum, and Isla Mujeres. Moreover, its Reserva Ecológica de Sian Ka’an (Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve) was named a UNESCO World Heritage site.