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Exploring Riviera Maya’s Underground

One of the things that drew me to Riviera Maya was its multitude of jungles and cenotes (underground sinkholes), offering the perfect setting for some blood-rushing extreme activities. While traveling with Riviera Maya Tourism Board, I had the opportunity to join Alltournative Offtrack Adventures on their Jungle Maya Expedition tour to get a first-hand feel of these unique ecosystems. [...]

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Daily Travel Snapshot: Chichen Itza, Mexico

The Mayan archaeological site of Chichen Itza in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico.

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Artistic Underwater Museum: MUSA

Man on Fire - by Jason deCaires Taylor

This is a sponsored guest post by Karly Code. The next time you go scuba diving, you can see a whole lot more than just fish. For a unique experience, check out the underwater sculpture museum MUSA (Museo Subacuático de Arte) in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. Located on Isla …

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Celebrating Mexico’s Independence Day in Cancún

Children holding the Mexican flag with pride

// From the southern tip of Latin America, Buenos Aires in Argentina, we traversed mountains, crossed salt flats and walked with wildlife to get to Cancún in Mexico. Just a few days before returning to Spain, we ended our 4-month long trip with a big bang – celebrating the nation’s biggest festival in Cancún.  Downing [...]

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Caribbean Beach Towns in Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula

Cancun beach

Entering the last leg of our trip through Latin America, we’d been looking forward to some long overdue bumming. Enough of the heavy backpacks and volcano-climbing, it’s time to play tourist. Crossing over from Corozal, Belize, we headed into Mexico, rented a car and hit the coastline. Enroute to our final destination, …

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