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  • Magvey
    Belgrade, Serbia685 contributions
    We went there without tourist guide. One visit is not enough for real collecting all information. Museum presents fantastic artefacts.
    Written 22 November 2022
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  • Benedict Cumberbatch
    2 contributions
    My trip to CANCUN was spectacular, the colour of the sea there is unforgettable, the sun is just right, but as always you have to be lucky for everything.
    Written 10 November 2022
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  • CarpetBaggerAmI
    Fethiye, Turkey31 contributions
    We were fortunate to have free passes to Xcaret.( I recommend getting the Plus Package if you can afford it.) Though we weren't originally planning to go to Xcaret, it turned out to be one of the highlights of our trip to the Riviera Maya. From start to finish, everything was organized and extremely well thought out. From the long tunnel swim to the bat cave and the mesmerizing Butterfly Pavilion, the Aviary, the rest areas with hammocks by the beach, it was just a non-stop treat. Even the bathrooms were cool. The person I went with is very critical, but at Xcaret he thoroughly enjoyed himself. To top it off, at the end of the day is the Mexico Espectacular show, which was truly spectacular. I thought I'd be exhausted by the end of the long day, but instead I felt invigorated and happy. I'm not a young person anymore, but I felt like it.
    Written 18 November 2022
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  • Lois L
    1 contribution
    Mr. Sanchos' Beach was the highlight of our trip to Cozumel! The beach is absolutely gorgeous! The service was impeccable!!! Paul was our waiter and treated my friends and me like queens for the day! There are many activities for all interests: parasailing, jet skiing, boat rides... The drinks are yummy and the food was delicious!! You must try the coconut shrimp! Will definitely go back again and again!
    Written 30 October 2022
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  • Cheree M
    Coon Rapids, MN71 contributions
    You must do this at least once! It's a nice walk to stroll the Malecon and see the views and the vendors and the art exhibits. Stop at a bar and have a drink and take in the views. I find the Malecon incredibly charming.
    Written 22 November 2022
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  • Michele P
    Middletown, NY349 contributions
    Splurge and treat yourself to a sunset cruise…the views are spectacular and worth every penny. You will pass the beaches and the sea lions…and if you are really lucky, you may even spot a whale!
    Written 15 November 2022
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  • speedyque
    Seattle, WA2 contributions
    The Cenote Guy will blow your mind and rock your world! Beware Cenote diving is very addictive. Thank you Cenote Guy for making my introduction to cavern diving in Playa del Carmen smooth as silk!
    Written 22 November 2022
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  • 877Charles
    Mexico City, Mexico58 contributions
    Michin honors the meaning in Nahuatl which means Fish. It is one of the best Aquariums with zoo-like experience with animal interaction, service is very friendly and food is good to spend whole day
    Written 10 July 2022
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  • Jessica O
    Fremont, CA2 contributions
    We had an incredible time visiting the Tulum ruins. We were so fascinated by the details. Pay for a tour guide! 100% worth it, he shared a wealth of information and knowledge about this incredible place and the history of it’s people. The guide was $800MXP (pesos) or $40USD, absolutely worth it. Don’t miss this place, we were staying in Tulum so it was so close and easy to get to. We went on a weekday at an odd time (around 1PM) so it was hot but it was great because it wasn’t crowded! And by the time we were leaving the place had entirely cleared out.
    Written 25 November 2022
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  • FlyAaron
    Boston, MA737 contributions
    This park, overlooking the city, offers a spectacular view if you plan to drive to the observation area adjacent to the hotel at its highest point. There are two lookout points. For families, there’s a large playground and public restrooms. The only food and beverage option is the restaurant, which is part of the hotel. Otherwise, you may want to pack some snacks.

    As we were walking around, I didn’t see any hiking trails. However, there were plenty of trails to choose from, as you’re making your way up the mountain. Be prepared to stop and pay a fee when entering by car. The fee up to the hotel for the two of us cost 136 pesos. The journey by car has a lot of twists and turns so if you have an issue with motion sickness, like me, it may be a challenge.

    It’s easy to take an Uber up, but don’t plan on taking an Uber back. There were no cars available unless your timing is perfect when an Uber driver is dropping someone off. Plan on taking a taxi back to the city. The hotel will call a taxi for you. A ride back to our hotel in the San Pedro district cost 250 pesos.
    Written 15 November 2022
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  • Stephen B
    Derry, UK42 contributions
    Fabulous. Sheer grandeur of scale and setting outstanding. Temples. tombs, ball court, wonderful panoramic views of Oaxaca
    Written 23 November 2022
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  • hvalderra
    Puebla, Mexico1 contribution
    Very good place to experience the animal world in a kind “free” environment.
    Everything was great!
    Glad we decided to visit.
    Written 12 July 2022
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  • Andrew H
    41 contributions
    For any traveler interested in exploring the history of the Yucatan and seeing the countryside, this tour is not to be missed. Located about an hour from Merida in a rural area, it is a restored Hacienda portraying the era of the golden sisal, or hennequin rope trade of the 19th century, that fueled the wealth of the mansion builders on Paseo de Montejo. The tour includes demonstrations of the complete process from agave plant to final product, using original machinery. It also includes a mule pulled truck ride on rails through the Hacienda to a cenote cave where you can swim. A delightful four course lunch is only $10 per person additional, and I recommend it as there is no where else nearby to eat. Get the 9 AM tour if possible, when it is cooler and less crowded. They require a 50% reservation deposit which can be paid through PayPal. Our tour guide Ivan was very dramatic and kept it interesting. Tips are appreciated by the guides but are not solicited. A very special place.
    Written 15 August 2022
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  • Fireweed25
    Edmonton, Canada151 contributions
    We went to Isla Mujeres as a day trip from Puerto Morales on a Monday thinking it would be less busy. Not so. As a result, Playa Norte was also packed by afternoon.

    We made it our first stop and just put a towel on the sand. It felt so peaceful with such a great view. Not crowded yet. Playa Norte is beautiful - Caribbean blue ocean waters and soft white sand. We came back again late afternoon with a plan to rent beach chairs and swim, but no available chairs could be found. It was so hot we opted not to just lay on the sand as we had earlier.

    Next time, we will come to Isla Mujeres and have a total beach day at Playa Norte.
    Written 19 November 2022
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  • Oscar A
    Baton Rouge, LA61 contributions
    Only a few blocks from our b&b ochenta y dos, the place to stroll up and down the beautiful and historic area.we ride the horse drawn carriage with friends up and down the paseo, our driver was very informative and knew the area well. Only 400 pesos which is a tad over $20 usd for this, truly a great but
    Written 14 October 2022
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