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Flavors of the Mexican Caribbean

Traveling is one of the best things we can experience in life, since we get away from our daily; it allows us to connect with new people and ourselves, and get to know breathtaking places. Vacationing in the Mexican Caribbean is to live a once in a lifetime experience in which nature, culture…

Celebrate Your Love with a Mayan Wedding

There are so many interesting and meaningful wedding traditions from around the world, and we believe a Mayan wedding ceremony is one of the most unique. The Mexican Caribbean is a beautiful place where many Mayan weddings are celebrated, memories made, and traditions honored. Home to Mayan culture…

Chetumal and its Hidden Treasures

In the south part of the Mexican Caribbean is Chetumal, the capital state of Quintana Roo, and the gateway to Grand Costa Maya. This destination has a great historical and cultural value, as well as impressive natural wonders. Dare to explore some of them and fall in love with this picturesque city…

Swimming with the World's Largest Fish

Every year, from May to September, Isla Mujeres and Holbox receive their most anticipated visitors, the fascinating whale sharks, one of the largest animals on the planet and that coexist naturally with humans. These harmless fish come to our idyllic islands because of the favorable conditions and…

How to Spend a Weekend in Playa del Carmen

One of the largest cities in the Mexican Caribbean, Playa del Carmen is one of the coolest spots on the Riviera Maya and it’s perfectly positioned so you can get to other nearby cities such as Tulum and Cancun too. Playa del Carmen offers everything you could want from a vacation - you could be…

Discover Isla Contoy

Perhaps you have never heard of this little island located in the Mexican Caribbean, and that is because Isla Contoy is a real hidden gem: A completely uninhabited island with beautiful lagoons, lush jungle and idyllic beaches that look like paradise… It is located 18 miles away from Isla Mujeres…