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Xcaret and Xel ha, two diferent adventures

Xcaret and Xel ha are two very different parks, because Xcaret is a Mexico´s culture, traditions and naturals beauty pavilion were you can discover about the important issues of each...more

Cash

Before you leave the states, get several $1 and $5 bills. I usually travel to Mexico with $300 cash in these denominations. It makes tipping easy as well as provides you flexibility...more

necessities

The airlines lost one of our bags. It had everything in it so that my wife and I could stay at Riveria Maya for 6 weeks. It jusat seemed thta way when we listed later what we had in the...more

Winging it a bit

Don't be afraid to find a hotel once you are there--it may be a pain, but sometimes you can find a real gem that has what you want once you are there and in person. Take back...more

Something for the KIDS!

For the KIDS! Something that rivals Disney and Beaches! Dreams Puerto Aventuras Resort and Spa, in the Riviera Maya, does just that. It has an Explorers Club for kids 3-12 years. ...more

CANCUN/RIVIERA MAYA TRANSFERS

WHEN ARRIVING IN CANCUN BE SURE YOUR TRIP INCLUDES HOTEL TRANSFERS FROM THE AIRPORT TO YOUR HOTEL. OTHERWISE IT COULD COST YOU AS MUCH AS $40.00...   more

MAROMA

WEDDING ON THE BEACH AT MAROMA WITH 25 OF YOUR BEST FRIENDS. COST REASONABLE SERVICE SUPERB..   more

Tulum is amazing!!!

If you are looking for a great place to spend some time, drop over to Tulum!!!! and look up Nephi the tour guide!!! He is amazing and so is his family!!!!!! and when you go down by...more

Tulum sexiest secret hide out!

Looking for that stylish, exotic and romantic place to be pampered and stimulated that is still in your treasure map?Conveniently accessible and gorgeously designed, Azulik is the...more

Avoid the hassle

My best tip for Mexico traveling is to ship your luggage to your hotel via Fed Ex or UPS to meet your at the hotel. This way you can avoid the hassle of customs and the baggage fees...more

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