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Top 13 destinations visited by celebrities

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Quintana Roo, Mexico

Quintana Roo has seen its fair share of celebrities over the years, including actresses Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Reese Witherspoon, who had a girls vacation at the Amansala Resort in Tulum to take advantage of a boot camp fitness retreat. Krysten Ritter and Sofia Vergara have also been spotted exploring this beautiful destination.

Earlier this month (July 2017), actress Lupita Nyong'o enjoyed an action-packed holiday, visiting the Mayan ruins of Cobá and the Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, where she relaxed in crystalline waters. She stayed at the Hotel Esencia in Xpu-Ha, where supermodel Emily Ratajkowski was spotted in November 2016.

Away from the hustle and bustle of Cancún, the coastal towns just south of Playa del Carmen offer beautiful spas, high-end restaurants, plenty of water sports opportunities and a number of Mayan ruin sites to keep everybody entertained.

Puerto Aventuras is a mere 10 minute drive to Hotel Esencia and can host superyachts up to 45 metres. Alternatively, Marina V&V in Cancún can facilitate yachts up to 60 metres. Otherwise, superyachts can drop anchor and tender to the Mexico coastline.

Pictures courtesy of Instagram.com / @lupitanyongo & Facebook.com/HotelEsencia

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