Honeymoon Itinerary: Tulum

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Evening Molecular gastronomy has made it to the Riviera Maya by way of Passion, the restaurant of Michelin-star chef Martin Berasategui at the new Paradisus Playa del Carmen La Perla. (It's close to the Viceroy.) If you're looking for all-inclusive, this resort is truly luxurious, with design-focused rooms and butler service. Rooms from $460.

Day 6
Morning Rent bikes at the less touristy Coba archaeological site (its about one hour from Tulum), and pedal your way through the lush jungle.

Afternoon Body-surf at Be Tulum, catch up on reading, and remember why you married this guy in the first place.

Evening At the beachfront Posada Margherita, it's all about the pasta, made fresh every day. The people-watching is a close second.

Day 7

Morning Pick up buttery croissants from La Fournée Panaderia & Pasterliera, an authentic French bakery.

Afternoon On your way to the airport, stop for lunch at the posh Maroma, halfway between Tulum and Cancún. This hacienda-style resort sits on one of the area's widest, most pristine beaches. You might end up staying an extra night. Rooms from $765.

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