Sea Turtle Preservation in the Yucatan Peninsula

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Sea Turtle Preservation in the Yucatan Peninsula

In a region like Mexico where vast areas of pristine nature still exist, the effects of pollution, poaching, and human encroachment are hard to ignore. A recent example of environmental contamination is the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, resulting in the devastation of local sea turtles and marine life near the Gulf Coast states of […]

Comment your way to Cancun | Yucatan Holidays

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Comment your way to Cancun

Mexico just won the football match against France in the World Cup and to celebrate we’ll give away 2 Cancun vacations! So, what do you have to do? Easy! A) LIKE this post and (if you are a Twitter user) RETWEET this post! B) Get inspired and write in a small paragraph (less than 60 […]

Pros & Cons of the New Riviera Maya Airport

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Pros & Cons of the New Riviera Maya Airport

Cancun and the Riviera Maya are two of the most popular travel destinations in Mexico and the world, so it makes sense traveler access is sufficient, especially with the Riviera Maya becoming a favorite vacation spot in the Yucatan Peninsula. After years of deliberation by government officials, local businesses, and environmental groups, the development of […]

All In on All Inclusive Vacations | Cancun – Riviera Maya

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All In on All Inclusive Vacations Cancun – Riviera Maya

Over the last few years, there has been an increasing trend towards travelers choosing all inclusive vacations. All inclusive packages are becoming more and more popular, but what’s all the hype about and what does “all inclusive” mean anyway? Before deciding which resort or hotel option is right for you, while you’re planning a vacation […]

Riviera Maya Jazz Festival 2010 | Summer Edition

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Riviera Maya Jazz Festival 2010 | Summer Edition

On May 29th at the Mamita’s Beach Club in Playa del Carmen, R&B singer-songwriter Phil Perry, platinum-recording artist Brian McKnight and the renowned Mexican jazz singer Caro Montes performed live on a stage located just by the sea shore.  Hundreds of attendees, locals and tourists, gathered for an unforgettable evening of jazz and R&B music […]

Theories of a Mayan Prediction: 2012

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Theories of a Mayan Prediction 2012

A plunge into societal doom resulting in mass chaos, nuclear war, natural disasters, a change in Earth’s magnetic pulls, encounters with the third kind, a crash between Earth and the planet Nibiru, the end of existence and reality as we know it; all theories of the upcoming date, December 21, 2012. As this day inches […]

Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Avoids Mexico

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Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Avoids Mexico

The British Petroleum oil spill that struck the Gulf of Mexico on April 20, 2010 and continues to spill from the Deepwater Horizon oil rig may raise concerns about traveling to Mexico, but the greatest impact has been on the U.S. states of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida along the Gulf of Mexico. The Mexican […]

Pack a Bag, Change a Life

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Pack a Bag, Change a Life

Pack a Bag, Change a Life, is what Stuff Your Rucksack would like you to do and so would we. This online community of UK travelers, writers and journalists are interested in promoting the idea of giving back at the grassroots level in all travel destinations. They have inspired us to do the same. The […]

Tulum | The Magic by Night

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Tulum The Magic by Night

Starting on June 25th, the ancient Mayan city of Tulum will open the doors past sunset offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy the magic of the archeological site under a bright new light. The night visits to the walled city’s 15 pyramids will be illuminated in shades of red, blue, and amber. The night tours […]