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Enchanting tours of Mérida

The capital of the state of Yucatán is Mérida, which is the largest city on the Yucatán peninsula and one of the fastest-growing in Mexico. Many Quintana Roo residents visit the city due to its proximity and the numerous places of interest…
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Yucatán in History

The state next to Quintana Roo is Yucatán. Visiting Yucatán’s most important attractions is easy, and in this first article we’ll look at a little of its history to understand the legacy that continues to this day. If you live in Cancún,…
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Kay Beach Club on the Riviera Maya

Those of us who live on the Riviera Maya love to visit venues that, apart from providing a pleasant space next to the Caribbean Sea, also feature delicious fresh food and a fine range of cocktail beverages. Kay Beach Club is a one-of-a-kind…
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XCARET SAILING: A New Way of Exploring Isla Mujeres and the Beauty of the Caribbean Sea

Always in the news, Grupo Xcaret is now cruising the Caribbean Sea. Last December 27th, It launched its latest project, Xcaret Xailing, which provides ferry service from Cancún to Isla Mujeres at an investment of US$ 50 million, generating…
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Cenotes Casa Tortuga Tulum

There’s a place you can restore and invigorate your spirit every time you bathe in its crystal-clear waters: we’re talking about the Casa Tortuga cenotes in Tulum. If you’re coming from Playa del Carmen, Casa Tortuga is a 50-km drive…
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Playa del Carmen…Back to Paradise!

Considered one of Mexico’s leading tourism destinations, the world-famous Playa del Carmen, located in the heart of the Riviera Maya in what started out as a sleepy fishing village, offers visitors an amazingly wide-ranging assortment of…
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Airport in Tulum? Looks like it

Starting in 2021, the construction of a new airport will begin in one of the places with the highest tourism levels in the Mexican Caribbean; it is expected to open in 2023 in conjunction with the Mayan Train, which will link up much of the…
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Have you ever swum in an underground cave?

The place to do it in the Riviera Maya is Río Secreto, a protected natural reserve located in Playa del Carmen where you can see geological history dating back millions of years, as you hike and swim through a route spanning about one kilometer…