• 20 Amazing Places to Visit in Mexico in 2022

    With so many beautiful places to visit in Mexico it is hard to choose where to travel. In this guide I show you a list of the best tourist destination and attractions in Mexico. In total I spent more than 3 months driving around Mexico in rental cars and took multiple domestic flights around the country and visited almost every state in Mexico. More than 7,000 kilometer (4,000 miles) on the road brought me to almost 20 different States around the country.

  • 21 Best Places To Visit in Yucatan Peninsula in 2022

     

    Recently I visited Yucatan for more than 2 months and visited all the Yucatan Peninsula highlights. Don’t worry this Yucatan itinerary is not gonna last 2 months! To tick off the best things to do in Yucatan Peninsula you will need at least two weeks, but even if you have less time, making a road trip in the Yucatan peninsula is a great idea. Just pick your favorite places to visit from the list below.

  • 25 Things To Know About Cenote Ik Kil Yucatan

     

    There are more than 10 cenotes around Valladolid in Yucatan Peninsula and I visited all of them. Last but not least on my bucketlist was Cenote Ik Kil. In this travel blog you will find everything you need to know when you visit Ik Kil. The opening times, how to get there, prices, facilities and even how to get the cenote all to yourself! Also find a vlog below of my adventures visiting Cenote Ik Kil.

    In Mayan language Ik Kil means: The Place of The Winds!

  • 46 Things To Know When Traveling to Merida, Mexico

     

    By connecting all the amazing places to visit in Yucatan Peninsula I created the ultimate itinerary. Of course the capital of the Yucatan state was part of this big trip and that is how I ended up staying in this lovely city for 10 days. In this Merida Mexico travel blog I listed all travel tips I could find while eating, drinking, living, sleeping and day tripping around this authentic Mexican city.

  • Review Kuka y Naranjo Boutique Hotel Merida Mexico

     

    When I decided to travel to Merida Mexico I had no intention staying 2 weeks in this chaotic city. But day by day I started to like the city more and more. I got to know some off the beaten path places where only locals go and made some local friends. Im sure my almost 50 Merida Mexico travel tips will help you out a lot, check it out in the link. On top of that I stayed in a super lovely and charming boutique hotel: Kuka y Naranjo. In this review you will find out why I think this is one of the best places to stay in Merida Mexico.