I’m plunging into the ocean with the world’s largest fish – whale sharks! Hundreds are gathered off the coast of Cancun and they’re literally bumping into me as I swim with them!
I’m petting, feeding and getting too close for comfort with some of Mexico’s most exotic and wild animals! The Crococun Zoo is one of a kind in Mexico.
Visiting the Parque Natural Rio Lagartos in Northern Yucatan, Mexico before heading to the Ek Balam ruins. A boat ride to watch flamingos & wildlife before a natural salt mud bath and a visit to the nearby town.
There are many notable ruins in the Yucatan area of Mexico including Tulum, Chichen Itza, and Coba. Ek Balam is probably the least well-known of the 4, and even though I’ve visited many Mayan ruins throughout Central America Ek Balam stands apart from the rest.
Video filmed from scuba diving inside one of the Yucatan’s famous cenotes – Dos Ojos. There are many excellent cavern dives in this area of Mexico and Dos Ojos is no exception. If you ever wanted to know what it looks like underwater inside a dark cave watch this!
Tulum, the 800+ year old Mayan ruins sit atop 40 foot cliffs on the edge of the Caribbean sea. Today’s photo of the week is of the breathtaking beach sitting just a few feet from those ruins.
A cloudy sunset with a warm ocean breeze; how I spent a wonderful afternoon on the beach in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
Tulum might be one of the most famous Mayan ancient ruins but does that mean it’s a great travel destination? It’s very hot and very crowded – but it has an amazing beach. Get tips for visiting here.
Xel-Ha is claimed to be the world’s largest natural aquarium. Discover why my time at this water park met and greatly exceeded any expectations I had.
“Hammock Island”, one of many destinations on the map at the Xel-Ha aquatic park, dubbed the world’s largest natural aquarium. Xel-ha is located a short drive south of Playa del Carmen, in Quintana Roo, Mexico. Talk about relaxing in style!