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50 Cenotes Around Tulum

The word cenote comes from the Mayan word "D'zonot", which means "cavern with water". Cenotes are formed due to the ...
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Where to watch the 2018 World Cup in Tulum

Now that the 2018 World Cup in Russia is in the knockout stages the pressure is ON! Travelers and locals ...
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The SARGASSO-FREE Top 5 guide to the Yucatan Peninsula

The entire coast of the Mexican Caribbean has been receiving an unwanted guest over the last few summers. Sargasso. When ...
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Tools and guides for a journey on wheels in Mexico

A trip begins to take shape when we start to manifest a dream that brims with breathtaking places that have ...
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The temple of the goddesses: an oasis in Playa del Carmen

March 2018 Playa del Carmen is renowned for being an bustling party city. It is, but there are many hidden ...
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VanBalam visits Nojoch Keej, endangered species animal sanctuary

At the beginning of March 2018 we were invited to participate in a fundraiser event at Tulum Art Club for ...
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Cenote & Archaeological Zone of Yaxuna

If you are looking for an archaeological site far away from tourists and experience the calmness of being on top ...
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