_GG***28The dolphin kissing hugging and swimming interaction was nothing like any other anywhere, and I,ve seen alot. Snuba experience for wanna be scuba divers is a must, also. Park is amazing, everywhere you look, animals, ziplines, river swim.... Loved it!
M25***40For beach lovers, Mujeres Island has many attractions and is relatively reasonably priced. You can snorkel with tropical fish in the coral bushes while diving. Or kayaking or a boat, skimming over the blue water.
pxy0705Playa del Carmen is the most famous beach in Cancun. There are long soft sands here. Although the beaches in some places are not very clean, most of them are very good. The sea here is very difficult and very clear, whether it is surfing or speedboat, it is very suitable, the scenery is really very beautiful, it is worth a visit.
Cancún, a Mexican city on the Yucatán Peninsula bordering the Caribbean Sea, is known for its beaches, numerous resorts and nightlife. It’s composed of 2 distinct areas: the more traditional downtown area, El Centro, and Zona Hotelera, a long, beachfront strip of high-rise hotels, nightclubs, shops and restaurants. Cancun is also a famed destination for students during universities’ spring break period.
#wintergetaway I personally rank Tulum as the worst city I have been in Mexico due to the amount of tourist traps in there. However, the view in Tulum ruin is still quite breath taking and the taco (taqueria honoria) is the best I had in my entire trip.
#wintergetaway Xenses park is much smaller than Xcaret and only takes a bit more than half a day to explore, yet this park has some amazing highlights such as the uphill town which is actually downhill and bird flight. Don't forget to wear swimming wears and water shoes!
#holidayvacation 3D museum in Playa Del Carmen, the paintings in there are high quality and the vistual effect is great, however the museum is kind of small for the price (30 usd)
#holidayvacation Xcaret park is by far the best amusement park I have visited, it is a bit pricey (over 100 USD) but imho, it's worth it! The park is huge with a lot of things to do, sadly we only spent one day there so we probably only tried half of the thing in there. If you are not tight on budget, you can also book hotel Xcaret to get unlimit pass on all Xcaret parks (Xenses, Xavage etc)
Playa del Carmen is mostly known for its beaches, parties and giant resorts. But there's the whole other side of the city. It's a great hub for independent travelers with many things to do in and around.
Been hikinv alot lately. Went to the beach for a change and enjoy the nice warm weather..specially it is getting cold from where I live