The word cenote comes from the Mayan word “D’zonot”, which means “cavern with water”. Cenotes are formed due to the disintegration and collapse of rock, followed by the birth of stalactites and stalagmites. Cenote Angelita There are several types of cenotes: “Sinkhole” cenote Cave/cavern cenote “Jug-shape” cenote Vertical wall cenote Cenote Kaan Luum Here we
Now that the 2018 World Cup in Russia is in the knockout stages the pressure is ON! Travelers and locals in Tulum are gathering at the most vibrant places for good vibes, and a mini stadium feel, to watch the games. We have compiled our top 5 places to watch World Cup matches.. 1) Palma
The entire coast of the Mexican Caribbean has been receiving an unwanted guest over the last few summers. Sargasso. When I fist arrived to Tulum (2004-2006), I had never seen or heard of sargasso. There were a few crispy bits of seaweed on the beach now and again. Nothing floating in the sea except for
A trip begins to take shape when we start to manifest a dream that brims with breathtaking places that have been inspired by travel magazines, guides, documentaries and social media content. The next step is to create an itinerary to incorporate them. With so much information available, you can start planning way ahead of time.
March 2018 Playa del Carmen is renowned for being an bustling party city. It is, but there are many hidden places of interest to discover. Just 15 minutes away from the 5th Avenue and on the edge of the city lies the settlement of the Temple of the Goddesses. A community that loves nature