Cancun has many white sand beaches with warm clear water, perfect for taking pictures and relaxing in the sand. Knowing which ones to visit may be a hard if you’re not a frequent traveler to Cancun or a local. But don’t worry, we have you covered. Here are the 3 best beaches in Cancun with... Read more »
Riviera Maya beaches are considered by many people to be some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, not only for their soft white coral sand and crystal clear turquoise water, but because they cover 120 coastal kilometers, including coves, capes and bays. The Riviera Maya offers a variety of beautiful natural scenery. These are the reasons we have chosen the top 6 beaches that you can´t miss on your next visit to the Riviera Maya.
Mexico is a country that would most likely be negatively impacted by forced climate change, indicates a 2009 report by the World Bank Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery. As a result of this fact and the country's voluntary reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, Mexico is an ideal location for the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference in Cancun.
Traveling internationally with children can be fun and educational for the whole family. Although it requires a little more energy and planning, it’s worth it! When you travel with children, especially in Mexico where children are esteemed, you’ll have experiences that you wouldn’t otherwise have if you were on your own. A Cancun vacation with... Read more »
Envision an underwater museum created by man. With no walls to hang paintings, how could this be done…and what's the point? Developed for the Punta Nizuc National [marine] Park off the coast of Cancun and Isla Mujeres, Mexico, the Museo Subaquatico de Arte (MUSA), or Subaquatic Art Museum, is the answer to an important question: How do we preserve our deteriorating coral reefs? Not only is this museum a tourist attraction but it's a nature preserve. Nearly open for exploration, the Cancun underwater museum will be the largest in the world when completed.
Mangroves: What are they and why are they so important?
Nature preservation. It requires our attention because many of the world's species are becoming endangered. Mangroves, shrub-like trees that grow in salt water marshes and wetlands of subtropical and tropical regions, are one of them. Mangrove forests have been devastated by acts of nature and especially by man's land development and industry expansion.