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Acamaya Reef Cabanas & Beach Bar.

Welcome to Paradise on Earth!

Welcome to “Acamaya Reef Cabañas & Beach Club” in Puerto Morelos, a unique Hotel on the beach with cabanas in the Caribbean Sea with its own style, simple, charming and comfortable and above all let’s not forget that we are an Eco-hotel, trying to improve in recycling and other activities to help the world to be a better place.

We are located in the middle of the Puerto Morelos National Marine Park with the Second Largest Reef in the World right in front of our little cabanas, making it an even more special place to stay. You can go on a Snorkeling Tour right from the hotel and enjoy the fantastic coral formations where you will see hundreds of multi-colored fishes.

We are not a five star resort; we are only a Puerto Morelos Eco-hotel on the Beach! with cabanas But we have all of the needed services like Massages right on the beach, Restaurant and Bar Service, Kayaks and Bike rentals, free parking lot, free wireless Internet and we also have the Concierge service for anything else you may need.

Airport Shuttle

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Enjoy a safe ride with our Cancun Airport Transportation, its private and fast. Ask for a personalized service More...

Bike Rental

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Riding a bike from the Acamaya Reef Eco-hotel down to Puerto Morelos Downtown is one of More...

Snorkeling Tour

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Come and enjoy a superb Snorkeling Tour In Paradise, in Our Protected Marine park. More...

A Little information about Puerto Morelos

Puerto Morelos is a town in Quintana Roo on the Yucatan Peninsula, about 20km south of Cancun. It is both a fishing village and a resort and diving/snorkeling destination. It is located roughly halfway between Cancun and Playa del Carmen on the Caribbean coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula.

Puerto Morelos town hosts snorkeling and sport fishing boats while yachts dock in a man-made harbor just south of town. The village Puerto Morelos used to be the embarkation point for the car ferry to Cozumel, but that now leaves from Calica, a major port south of Playa del Carmen.

Puerto Morelos is the ideal location for those who want a quiet beach vacation away from the glitz, but with ample tourist amenities. The Puerto Morelos downtown has just two principal streets and you can walk from one end to the other in about 15 minutes.

You can get by with English in Puerto Morelos, but Spanish is not superfluous. Most places accept US dollars and some accept Credit Cards. Almost all prices are quoted in Mexican pesos and it is generally cheaper to pay in pesos, than in US dollars.

The Puerto Morelos reef just off shore is part of the Great Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest reef system in the world and the largest in the Western Hemisphere. In 1998 the reef in front of Puerto Morelos became a protected National Marine Park, actually called “Puerto Morelos National Marine Park”; preserving its rich biodiversity and making this area one of the best preserved of the Great Mesoamerican Reef. Buildings in Puerto Morelos are limited to three stories by local bylaws, to preserve the village type of character.

Nowadays Weddings on the Beach in Puerto Morelos are very popular, because its a great place with lots of nature and an incredible view to the Caribbean Sea where you can hold small Weddings to the biggest one.

There are two parts to Puerto Morelos, the former fishing village on the coast, now Hotels, Condominiums, Restaurants and Tourist shops, and the second part about 2 Km. inland and adjacent to Highway 307, on the western side, called La Colonia de Puerto Morelos by locals. The inland portion is mainly single level dwellings for the local workers.

Random fact of Puerto Morelos.

The Original Lighthouse at Puerto Morelos In 1967 the structure was tilted over in Hurricane Beulah. It has since survived Hurricanes Gilbert in 1987 and Wilma in 2005 that’s been the last to hit Puerto Morelos, but has not been knocked down.

The new Puerto Morelos light house replacing this one is visible in the background.

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