Dive world-renowned locations in Cozumel. There are over 20 dive locations and a plethora of dive shops, so you have many options to find what interests you. I did some PADI Scuba training in Cozumel as a beginner and these are the sites I experienced. Tekila This is a shore dive at the Tekila Bar […]
Taking The Ferry to Cozumel Taking the ferry to Cozumel from Playa Del Carmen is pretty straightforward. Once you get to the port at Playa Del Carmen, you can choose which company you want to ferry with. While I was there, only one company was running per day. I am not sure if that happens […]
Holbox is an incredible place with protected land allowing visitors to see spectacular birds and other animals. This is haven for those interested in animals of the sea and air. Plan your trip to Holbox with confidence using our suggested itineraries. Driving from Cancun to Holbox requires a two-hour drive to Chiquila and then a […]
Holbox is the island people can’t stop talking about. The sand roads, shallow beaches, and gorgeous wildlife were enough for me to check it out. Holbox is one of the Pueblos Mágicos (Magical Places), which is a program by the Mexican government that deems cities to have cultural value. I packed my bags and drove […]
Holbox Island is a small island just 41.84 Kilometers long and 1.5 Kilometers wide in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo. It is just north of the city Chiquila on the top of the Yucatan Peninsula. Surrounding the island is 10 Kilometers of the shallow ocean, which makes for a great beach. Holbox features Yalahua […]
In June of 2021, I personally took the following tours in Holbox. Bioluminescence Tour I was very excited to do the bioluminescent excursion. I booked with Airbnb because I was doing it the night I arrived and I didn’t want it to be sold out. However, there are many tour providers on the island. When […]
Of all the RV Parks in Mexico, the Cancun Corridor is Mexico’s most-visited area. The state of Yucatan is Mexico’s newest, most popular ex-pat hub.
The “Mayan Train” will run from Palenque in Chiapas to El Triunfo, Tabasco, Campeche, Campeche, up to Mérida, Izamal (Yucatan), Cancun, Quintana Roo. Then it descends to include some areas in central Yucatan, Bacalar, Q. Roo, Calakmul, and Candelaria. In all five states will have a section of rail running through them. There will be 18 stations. 1,500 kilometers of track are planned.
Cancun has powdery white beaches and shimmering blue waters, but there’s so much more than sand and surf. From ancient Mayan ruins to luxurious spas, there are plenty of things to do in and around Cancun that are unforgettable.