Suppose you have planned a long trip to Mexico. Then it might be perfect for you to either start your journey pretty relaxed with a yoga retreat or maybe to end the trip completely zen? Find out which are the most popular yoga retreats in Mexico.
Mahahual is a highly relaxed fishing village on the Mexican coast. For me, it is the place to do absolutely nothing and recover from all the impressions I have gained on my Mexico trip so far.
Akumal is a fun day trip from Playa del Carmen or Tulum for many people. Because who wouldn’t want to swim with turtles? I’ll give you useful tips for your snorkeling adventure, plus a different snorkeling spot nearby (Laguna Yal-Kú) in Akumal.
What if I told you that you don’t have to mingle with hundreds of tourists to admire beautiful Mayan ruins in Mexico? Would you believe me? You’d better! The relatively unknown Puuc Route is a relief for lovers of Mayan cities.
“Jump!!! Go, go, go go!” “Jump!!! Go, go, go go!” I jump into the water as quickly as possible. And emerge wholly disoriented while the guide pushes me forward. Anyone who thinks swimming with whale sharks at Isla Holbox is easy, breezy, and relaxing is VERY wrong.
Mérida is the cultural capital of the Yucatán region in Mexico. The city is bursting with cultural activities, most of which are free. With these 12 free activities in Mérida, you have a well-filled program for a few days.
Laguna Bacalar in Mexico is a piece of paradise on earth. Inhaling my first breath of warm but fresh air in Bacalar, I already know: I’ve come to the right place I feel relaxed, I feel light, and feel at home in Mexico.
Splashing water, rippling water, crystal clear water: you will find the most beautiful waterfalls around Palenque. Roberto Barrios, Misol-Ha, and Agua Azul are the best-known in the area, and all are worth a visit.