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Cancun Is Safe

Cancun Is Safe February 16, 2012 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
One of Cancun's many tranquil, and safe, beaches | Photo by Susan R. Vincil On February 8, 2012, the US State Department updated its travel advisory for Mexico and it clears up some doubts that many people have had about safety in some areas of the country, including Cancun & Riviera Maya. Up...

Choosing A Tour Operator in Cancun

Choosing A Tour Operator in Cancun January 6, 2012 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
The incredibly popular Jungle Tour is offered by a number of Cancun tour operators, including Aquatours. | Photo provided by Aquatours Cancun has more to offer than just miles of white-sand beaches. There are ancient Mayan ruins to see, eco-parks to visit, and an entire undersea world for scuba divers...

New Year’s Travel Resolutions for 2012

New Year’s Travel Resolutions for 2012 December 4, 2011 | Hotels, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
One of the beaches at Dreams Cancun Resort & Spa | Photo by Susan R. Vincil The start of a brand new year is right around the corner and people are starting to think about their new year’s resolutions for 2012. We thought we’d mix things up a bit and make a list of travel resolutions...

How to Get From the Cancun Airport to your Hotel

How to Get From the Cancun Airport to your Hotel October 21, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
Cancun airport | Photo by flickr user corsi photo You have several transportation options, when traveling from Cancun’s airport to downtown Cancun or to the hotel zone. Bus service, private or shared shuttles, and rental cars are available, but each service has its own list of pros and cons. ADO...

What to Pack for a Winter Holiday in Cancun

What to Pack for a Winter Holiday in Cancun October 19, 2011 | Travel Tips | Read More
  When one thinks of Cancun, “cold” and “winter” aren’t normally the first words that come to mind. Cancun’s average year-round temperature is around 80 degrees. Not shabby. That little tidbit of information is the main reason that your friends secretly hate...

Helpful Spanish Phrases

Helpful Spanish Phrases October 17, 2011 | Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Photo by flickr user jennratonmort When traveling to Mexico, the language barrier may hinder your ability to properly communicate with the locals.  Here are some handy phrases to help you with greetings, introductions, shopping, locating a bathroom and, most importantly, with ordering beers, while vacationing...

Five Places To Propose In Cancun

Five Places To Propose In Cancun October 14, 2011 | Food, Hotels, Travel Tips | Read More
Playa Delfines, in Cancun's hotel zone, is a lovely spot for a proposal. | Photo by Susan R. Vincil You’ve found the girl of your dreams, bought the ring, and decided to propose in Cancun, but you don’t where, in Cancun, you should pop the question. Not to worry. We’ve got five...

Best Road Trips from Cancun

Best Road Trips from Cancun June 30, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Cenote Kin-Ha, from outside the cenote | Photo by Brian Valdes View from inside Cenote Kin-Ha | Photo by Brian Valdes Underwater at Kin-Ha Cenote. You can see a ladder in the water, just to the right of the center of the photo. | Photo by Brian Valdes Cancun is a conveniently located near Mayan...

Cancun’s Best Beaches

Cancun’s Best Beaches June 27, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Cancun’s hotel zone has roughly 14 miles of beaches that face either the Caribbean Sea or Mujeres Bay. All of the beaches face beautiful turquoise waters so, regardless of which side of the hotel zone you choose for your vacation, you will not have to compromise a great view. In early 2010, there...

Five Hidden Gems in Cancun

Five Hidden Gems in Cancun March 17, 2011 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Special Advertising Section Cancun has plenty more to offer visitors than just powdery white-sand beaches, beautiful turquoise water, and 24-hour revelry. The region is bursting with relics of the ancient Maya civilization and blessed with abundant natural wonders, not to mention the gracious hospitality...