What not to do in Cancun? Is there even anything? Well, unfortunately, yes. It’s important to stay safe, so that’s one thing. But with so many other things to see and do, there are bound to be some things that are better ideas than others. So what are they?
Tag Archives: Mexico
May 2, 2013
It’s sad but a reality: when traveling you should be aware of any potential dangers . Travelers who keep their wits about them, aren’t overly trusting right off the bat, and don’t go down any dark alleyways at night generally have little to worry about (aside from the occasional sunburn, that is). Still, in recent years, a bit has been made about the safety of heading to Mexico, and especially when it comes to safety, it’s smart to understand the risks.
April 18, 2013
On any trip you’re likely to want to try the local fare – it’s only natural. And in Mexico, there’s the obvious choice – Mexican. I love Mexican food, and if you do too – you’re in luck. To eat in Cancun means plenty of cheap eats that will keep you very well-fed.
March 15, 2013
From December through April of every year, Mexico’s El Vizcaino Whale Sanctuary and Mexico’s largest protected area, attracts tourists and researchers from all over the world to the central Baja Peninsula. The 2,546,790-hectare (9833-square-mile) reserve protects a broad swath of the Baja, as well as marine areas in both the Pacific Ocean and Sea of Cortez, along 450km (279mi) of shoreline. Desert scrubland, pine forests, coastal dunes, and mangrove forests are home to a wide variety of wildlife, including 120 bird species, more than a dozen reptiles, and 44 mammals, including big horn sheep, kit fox, mule deer, and big cats, as well as 39 endemic flowers.
February 7, 2013
Often referred to as the little brother to bigger Cancun, Playa Del Carmen has its origins as a sleepy little fishing village that started small. Still smaller than the comparable Cancun, and still full of local character, today Playa del Carmen is a vacation hot spot for those who are looking for the white-sand beaches and blue waters of Cancun without all the high-rises and people. And though Playa del Carmen still retains the character of the sleepy village of its roots, there are still plenty of exciting things to do here.
January 10, 2013
In Cancun and fancy a good time? Sounds like a pick-up line, eh? Well it’s not, but the question remains – if you’re looking for a good time in the Cancun area, there’s plenty adventure just around the bend. Here are some of the best ways to go about having the best time while in Cancun.
December 3, 2012
Enter to win 2 tickets to see Chichen Itza on a small-group day tour from Cancun!
November 15, 2012
Created by presidential edict in 1996, the Cozumel Reef National Park is a sublime diving opportunity where multi-colored varieties of fish, corals and marine life swarm in the warm waters of Cozumel. Known far and wide as a safe-haven for the incredible diversity of sea-life and the warm crystalline waters, people love to come and sit amongst the palms on the white sand or to explore the national treasure that is the Cozumel Reef National Park.
November 1, 2012
Though a trip to the tropical paradise of Cancun doesn’t typically conjure up images of curling up with a bucket of popcorn and watching some movies, the truth of the matter is Cancun is an international destination with a bustling economy and a worldly, engaged population. Thus, the Cancun International Film Festival was born.
October 19, 2012
The popular resort city of Cancun is one of the best known travel destinations in Mexico and a top ecotourism destination with unspoiled stretches of beautiful beachfront and vast areas of tropical rainforest and coastal jungle that extend up and down the coast. Horseback riding near Cancun is one of the best ways to explore more of the coastal region, which is home to spectacular natural attractions and a wide variety of exotic plant and animal life.