Cenote in Playa del Carmen

15 January 2016
Cenote in Playa del Carmen

Here is a “GOOD PLAN” for you to do during your stay in Playa del Carmen or in the Riviera Maya. These days there aren’t many free activities. Most of the cenotes are on private property, access is limited, and prices range from 50-150 pesos according to how famous or popular they are. The cenote…

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The 10 Marvels of Nature in Mexico

30 January 2015
The 10 Marvels of Nature in Mexico

To help you discover a little more about Mexico and to show its great diversity, we have made you a ranking of the 10 marvels of nature. There is obviously a lot more than 10, but we can only fit so many! You will see that landscapes differ in other places from the Yucatan and…

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The Caribbean: The Best Destinations for Responsible Tourism

24 October 2014
The Caribbean: The Best Destinations for Responsible Tourism

Located in the Americas, the Caribbean is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the area and the number of tourists is increasing. In fact, during the first half of the year 2014, the tourist destination of the Caribbean received over 14 million tourists, an increase of 4.3% compared to the same area in…

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The coral barrier in DANGER

31 May 2014
The coral barrier in DANGER

We are privileged to live on the edge of the turquoise sea, with white sand beaches, and see our palm-lined streets. We like to enjoy all that nature has to offer us under water, but we rarely ask what impact do we have on the eco-system in comparision to the benefits it brings us? What…

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Mexico’s Cenotes

17 February 2014
Mexico’s Cenotes

You cannot make trips to the Riviera Maya without swimming at least once in a cenote! Also is it “a” or “one” cenote? In Spanish it is pronounced “a cenote”, that the conquistadors translated from the Mayan word Dzonot (deep…). No one really knows how many cenotes there are in the Yucatan Peninsula, but we…

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