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The Mexican Caribbean is like no other place in the world due to its destinations and tourist attractions: Turquoise sea, white sand beaches, exuberant jungle, stunning archeological sites, beautiful islands, lagoons, cenotes and underwater caves, as well as a world class tourist infrastructure, a variety of lodging options, amazing restaurants and air connectivity.

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…

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…

Top 10 Things to Do in Cancun

1. Chill in its beautiful beaches Cancun´s beaches are one of a kind! Known worldwide for its spectacular white sandy beaches and pristine waters, here you will find several beaches where you can spend the day enjoying the sun, a refreshing beverage, and the tranquility that only the Mexican…

What to do in Chetumal?

In Chetumal, the culture, history and the beauty of its natural attractions merge to surprise all those who visit this Caribbean destination at the Grand Costa Maya. On this blog, we will tell you about the places you should visit specifically in the city of Chetumal, because you must know that…

Mexico Independence Day Celebration

One of Mexico´s most popular holiday is undoubtedly Independence Day. Mexico´s Independence Day is a national holiday that takes place on September 16 th . This day marks the moment the Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla called "the father of Mexican independence" got sick and tired of the…

Discover The Route of the Cenotes

A place like no other in the world, where you can admire nature at its best. Located next to the highway that connects Puerto Morelos with the small town of Leona Vicario; the well-known "Ruta de los Cenotes" is home to several natural and adventure parks. This amazing place features more than 60…