Where are the public beaches in Cancun?

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Driving or riding through the hotel zone, it may seem as if there aren’t any public beaches, when actually, all beaches in Cancun are public, as they are owned by the Mexican government. There are 10 public access points in the hotel zone, and once you are on the beach, you may walk as far as you would like, and swim and relax wherever you would like.

Off the Beaten Path through Yucatan (Part 2)

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____________________ El Corchito What it is: Near Progreso City, El Corchito is an ecological preserve that has been around for the last 10 years. The reserve is operated by local fishermen who work to nurture the mangrove swamp. A 5-minute boat ride will take you into the cool shadows of the mangroves. The fishermen who […]

The Three Tulums

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Tulum, the well-known Mayan ruin site is located approximately 81 miles south of Cancun. This well-preserved, ancient port is the only major Mayan ruin located directly on the coast of the Caribbean Sea and is one of the most visited ruin sites.

The Real Party Animals of Cancun

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You may think of Cancun as a bustling hotspot filled with hotels, restaurants and discos, and you’d be right, but Cancun also possesses a lot of natural beauty and is increasingly becoming a destination that tourists visit in order to experience the best of both worlds

The 6 Principles of Mayan Medicine

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Mayan medicine is holistic and takes into consideration every aspect of health; the physical, the spiritual and even things we might consider outside influences, such as nature. According to ancient Mayan healing practices, there are 6 principles of medicine.