A tale of two Mayan Rivieras

01/11/2006 | NYTimes.com

Travelers can still find bare-bones accommodations in rural parts of the Mayan Riviera, but all-inclusive resorts are beginning to make inroads. Families who don't want a vacation experience that includes primitive plumbing and free-ranging lizards in their cabana can now opt for resorts like the Bah a Pr ncipe Tulum -- but they'll pay a hefty premium for the added luxury.

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