The small island of Cozumel, also known as the Island of the Swallows, is a box of surprises: it is the second oldest city in the state of Quintana Roo; It has 5 of the cleanest beaches in Mexico; It is among the 10 best places in the world to dive and remains the worldwide leader […]
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Located just 20 minutes north of Cancun is an island known as Isla Mujeres (Island of Women). It acquired this name when the Spanish arrived many years ago and found female statues on the island dedicated to the Mayan goddess Ixchel, who had a temple there. Isla Mujeres has everything you need for a weekend getaway […]
In addition to its crystal clear turquoise waters and white powder sand beaches, the Mexican Caribbean offers much more: adventure, music, culture, and food. Each year Cancun and the Riviera Maya host different festivals, many of which have become great successes, transforming into traditions of our beautiful cities, and others are heading in the same […]
To say Xoximilco is to literally have a taste of Mexico. It reminds us what the lifeblood of Mexico is and brings us back to the “Golden Age”. Inspired by the Xochimilco of Mexico City, this place located in the Mexican Caribbean, brings together memories, customs, and traditions that are prominent in the […]
No matter where you are in the Mexican Caribbean; Cancun, Playa del Carmen, the Riviera Maya, there is a beautiful beach to visit. Here are our favorites in no particular order:
You can find things you should do in Cancun all over the internet; take tours, go all-inclusive, don’t go all-inclusive, visit Chichen Itza, but what about the things you shouldn’t do? If you want to save a little money and have a great Mexican vacation, here are some suggestions for things you should not do in Cancun.
Vacations reduce stress, promote creativity, stave off burnout and strengthen bonds between you and your family and friends. Cancun, Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya are outstanding destinations where you can find adventure and history, or just sit back and relax
The Mexican Caribbean is not only home to white sand beaches and aqua blue water, but it is also quickly becoming known for adventure travel.
Father’s Day in Mexico (El Dia de los Padres) is the third Sunday in June, just like it is in the U.S. and various other countries. What will you get Dad this year?