If you’ve never been to Cancun or the Riviera Maya, chances are you know that we have nice beaches and we are famous for crazy spring break antics. While both of those things may be true, we want you to know we are so much more than that. Let us show you some hidden treasures… Read more »
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With cool white sand beaches and water so blue and clear you have to see it to believe it, it’s no wonder so many people spend their vacations in Cancun. There are several cities close to Cancun that can be reached by car that are worth a day trip, but we MUST tell you about… Read more »
When you think of Cinco de Mayo, a mirage of sombreros, margaritas, and chip & salsa probably come to mind. But do you even know what you are celebrating, besides winning the prize for pinning the tail on the donkey? Before you have a “best guac recipe” contest, here are some things you should know about the 5th day of May.
The amazing state of Quintana Roo and the Yucatán Peninsula are filled with some amazing treasures. The best way to experience these wonders are to see them in person, but we think the next best thing is this amazing video! Here is a little bit more information about the places shown in the video. Holbox,… 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.
Since hurricane Wilma struck back in 2005, the Cancun and Riviera Maya beaches were not the same: the days when the pristine sand extended several meters beyond the hotels and resorts came to an end. Since then, the length of the beach has been coming and going due to natural erosion, even though some efforts… Read more »