Make it a summer to remember with our curated collection of enriching experiences designed to create lasting memories for you and your family.
Rosewood Mayakoba is proud to support Centro Educativo K’iin Beh, a school built in 2017 for the children of its employees and the local community. Travelers interested in contributing to the school can do so through sustainable tourism.
Enjoy tasting Mexican sakes expertly crafted from Baja California, where an influx of Japanese migrants during the late 19th century resulted in a beautiful marriage of cultures, flavors, and spirits.
This interactive gin-making workshop is led by the only gin producer on the Yucatan peninsula, Roberto Brinkman, the proprietor behind Gin Katun. This special spirit is distilled using traditional methods but spotlights a variety of more than twenty botanicals native to the Yucatan, including Naranja Agria (sour orange), Chinalima (sweet lime), Mayan Oregano, and more. Learn how to distill Gin Katun in this curated workshop followed by a cocktail tasting.
Family-style dinner experience with communal seating at our al fresco garden.
Casual beachfront dining with globally inspired street food.
Uncover the secrets behind one of Mexico’s most iconic dishes—El Taco.
Dinner by the sea with a menu drawn from Mexico’s southern Pacific coast.
Join us for an educational—and boozy—exploration of agave varietals from the familiar like tequila and mezcal to lesser-known spirits.
A celebration of the flavors and culture of Baja California.
Oceanfront dining with open grill specialties, salads, street tacos and savory Mexican treats.
Renowned bartenders and chefs from Playa del Carmen, Tulum, and Cancun among other Riviera Maya towns will each feature three of their favorite recipes, available a la carta alongside the full Zapote Bar evening menu.
Explore one of the three onsite cenotes located within Mayakoba, particularly El Burrodromo, where guests are treated to a firsthand look at the ancient cave’s community of bats, beautiful rock formations, and crystalline waters that link to all other cenotes on the Yucatan Peninsula.