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Akumal means in Mayan the place of turtles so it isn’t a coincidence that this beautiful beach is recognized for being home to numerous species of turtles.
Akumal, Quintana Roo.
If your idea of vacations and rest is an all-inclusive resort, you will find the best ones; but if you are a seasoned traveler eager to get involved with society and culture.
Cancun, Quintana Roo
Try to go in the morning. There are fewer people and if you dive, you can enjoy the beautiful halocline that forms when the salt water meets the well water, which makes it look like a mirror. Afternoons are a bit busier.
Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo
Playa Delfines is a very particular space, as it is located near the hotel zone, but within it there are no buildings that break the natural harmony of the impetuous sea and white sands.
Cancún, Quintana Roo
The Chacmochuc Lagoon in Isla Blanca reflects the blue of the sky and its dancing clouds like a wonderful mirror; while on the other side your eyes cannot take off from the impossible blue of the Caribbean Sea.
Isla Blanca, Quintana Roo
La Isla Shopping Village CancunLa Isla becomes an experience you want to have. It’s the ideal place to escape from rough adventures and even where to take refuge in case of bad weather.
Shopping, attractions, entertainment and more.
La Isla Shopping Village, Cancún, Quintana Roo
Isla Mujeres is the perfect example, because it owes its name to the fact that when the Spanish expedition arrived found offerings and women sculptures on their beaches.
Isla Mujeres, Quintana Roo
Playa del Carmen gives you all this and much more, it will allow you to create a vacation to suit you. Much of its charm is that it has something to offer to everyone who decides to visit it.
Playa del Carmen Beach, Quintana Roo.
For those travelers who are interested in knowing the real and local facet of Yucatan, Puerto Morelos is the ideal destination.
Puerto Morelos, Quintana Roo.
Cobá was suspended for centuries in the middle of the jungle, waiting for the eyes of the travelers to return the prominence that their majestic constructions deserve.
Coba, Quintana Roo
Strolling through the ruins is a simple way to be part of that universe in which the mundane and the sacred intermingle, is a great chance to understand more deeply where the magic that belongs to Mexican culture comes from.
Tulum, Quintana Roo.
This public beach is Blue Flag certified. This means that it has sanitary facilities, public changing rooms and showers; In addition to worrying about protecting the environment.
Playa Xcalacoco, Cancun.