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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.

 

While traveling in Yucatan Peninsula for almost two months in the beginning of 2019 I stranded in Valladolid twice. On my first trip to this city I fell in love with the laid-back vibe and it made me come back a couple weeks later. This city is not only about the Valladolid cenotes! Also the many new coffee places, boutique shops, the slow paced life, the friendly people and the beautiful haciendas are reasons to travel to Valladolid.

 

After I visited all the cenotes around Valladolid in Yucatan Peninsula there was only one beautiful cenote left on my bucketlist. In April 2019 I finally got time to visit cenote Ik Kil and wrote down all my tips for you. In this travel blog you will find everything you need to know when you visit Ik Kil.

 

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.

 

Explore a natural world wonder in one of the most beautiful underground river systems in Quintana Roo. Rio Secreto is a beautifully preserved cenote in the Yucatan Peninsula full of dramatic stalactites and stalagmites. This mysterious system of caves and underground rivers can be explored with a professional guide on a great adventure in the dark.

 

In March 2019 I visited Yucatan for more than 2 months and saw all the Yucatan Peninsula highlights. But don’t worry this Yucatan itinerary is not gonna last 2 months! To tick off the best things to do you in Yucatan Peninsula will need at least two weeks, but even if you have less time making a road trip is a great idea. You will just have to pick your favorite tourist destinations. With all the tips and links to more Yucatan travel blogs Im sure I can help you.

 

While traveling around Yucatan Peninsula for two months I also stumbled upon the lovely beach village Mahahual in Costa Maya. I was happy I added it to my Yucatan itinerary as more than anything I loved the super laid-back vibe at this fishing village transformed into a popular tourist destination in Yucatan. In this Costa Maya travel guide I will tell you all the best things to do in Costa Maya and secret travel tips I found out about Mahahual.

After my Tulum and Coba tour I was often asked what I liked the most and therefore decided to write an article about it. In this Coba vs Tulum travel blog I will explain both Maya sites and which one I would recommend you to visit if you have to choose one.

 

If you haven't been to Mexico before you’re likely to stay in a large resort or perhaps somewhere in Cancun or Playa del Carmen, both cities are drawing many tourists. Obviously, there are also other places to visit which are less known by the large audience. Puerto Morelos is one of those little Caribbean towns with a friendly, laid-back atmosphere. Read all about it in my Puerto Morelos travel blog.

 

Where to stay in Cozumel that doesn’t break the bank? A central place not too far away from the hustle and bustle on the beach with a pool... I found a Cozumel hotel for you! Have a look at this El Cantil Cozumel review and I show you what the place is like from the inside and around.

 

A great day out in the Jungle and one of the best day trips from Cancun or Playa del Carmen! Quintana Roo is full of adventure theme parks, but the Selvatica Extreme Canopy adventure was one of the highlights of my trip to Quintana Roo. When traveling to Yucatan and looking for adventure put this one on your bucketlist!

 

Welcome to a sleepy little beach town in and between two of the most visited tourist destinations in Mexico! Sounds like a great plan to get a little away from the tourist trail and off the beaten track in Quintana Roo, right? The coastline down from Cancun all the way South to Mahahual surely has loads of undiscovered places and Puerto Morelos is one of them. On my Yucatan itinerary I reserved two days to get to know this lovely beach town. Read all about my experiences in this Puerto Morelos travel blog, with tips for restaurants and things to do.

 

During my time traveling in Quintana Roo I wanted to get a slice of Mayan culture. I had so many adventures on my Yucatan Peninsula itinerary but nothing included any Maya ruins and that is one thing that definitely can’t be missed on your trip to Quintana Roo. There are a couple beautiful Maya sites and first I looked up the difference between Coba vs. Tulum, but in the end found a tour that was perfectly tailored to me: Tulum and Coba including a Maya Village Tour.

 

Choosing where to stay in Playa Del Carmen can be difficult as there are many options and you can get easily lost in all tips that are offered to stay in this area. If you are looking for a Playa del Carmen boutique hotel which is located downtown in Playa del Carmen please be invited to read below review of Hotel Morgana.

 

After walking around for like 30 minutes I immediately got the fuzz about traveling to Isla Holbox. Wow what a little paradise up on the north coast of Yucatan peninsula! The sandy roads, the laid-back vibe, the Caribbean sea, the beautiful beaches and all the backpackers. This was totally my place to live my islandlife! I was happy I decided to visit Isla Holbox for the first time in my life.

 

March 2019 I decided to travel to Yucatan Mexico for the second time in my life and of course I bought a sim card to avoid high roaming costs. That is what I would recommend every tourist to do when traveling to Mexico. Buying a sim card in Mexico is easy and straight forward and can save you a lot of money. In this guide I will compare all the available Mexico prepaid sim cards and point out the best one for traveling.

Welcome to the sleepy fishing town on the North shores of the Yucatan Peninsula. Life is slow, but life is good at Rio Lagartos. Last March 2019 I traveled to Rio Lagartos to see Las Coloradas Pink Lake, but I ended up staying here two nights as I fell in love with its vibe. In this Rio Lagartos travel blog I will give you all the travel tips I collected while exploring the village.

In March 2019 a trip to Cozumel was one of the first things I did on my big Yucatan Peninsula trip. The first two nights I got stuck in Playa del Carmen and when I wanted to escape the hustle and bustle I decided to take a ferry to Cozumel and rent an amazing condo at El Cantil Cozumel. After some snorkel trips I decided to rent a scooter on Cozumel and explore the island in search for deserted beaches.

 

Beginning of March 2019 I traveled to Yucatan, Mexico for the first time in 11 years. After my first world trip in 2008 I never made it back to this part of the world. Upon arrival I wanted to buy a prepaid Mexico sim card at Cancun Airport, but it was such a mess that I decided to wait and find a Mexico sim card in Playa del Carmen.

 

United State of America is one of the countries that most would like to visit, and this could be for different reasons. It could be for the beaches or the beautiful road trips, or the beautiful scenery, or just to simply chase the American dream. These reasons alone should be good enough for you to have even thought of visiting USA.

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