Barcelo Maya Tropical Beach: Puerto Aventuras
This all-inclusive resort situated on the Mayan Riviera includes meals and snacks, drinks, and a wide variety of land and water sports in the room rate. All 476 air-conditioned guestrooms include a ...
Barcelo Maya Colonial Beach: Puerto Aventuras
The Barceló Maya Colonial Beach with 474 Rooms (420 Standard Double, 48 Junior Suite, 4 Suite and 2 Master Suite), is located right on the best beach in the Mayan Riviera, on the Mexican Caribbean ...
Colonial Palladium Grand Resort & Spa: Kantenah
This ecologically minded resort midway between Xcaret and Xel Há eco-parks shares facilities, restaurants, and beach with a twin resort and features flamingos, orchids, and a crocodile compound ...
Grand Palladium Kantenah Resort & Spa: Kantenah
Grand Palladium Kantenah Resort & Spa is located on a spectacular estate of over 700,000 m2, surrounded by lush gardens with tropical vegetation and a private beach front of 800 metres of white fine ...
Barceló Maya Caribe Beach: Puerto Aventuras
Located south of Playa del Carmen the resort offers 408 rooms (816 beds), separate living area and sea view, 2 master suites with 1 king-size bed, jacuzzi, sitting-dining room and sea view. All the ...
Sunscape Puerto Aventuras: Puerto Aventuras
The Sunscape Puerto Aventuras is part of a private resort community in Puerto Aventuras. Sunscape has it all, and it’s all included. Sunny beaches. Shady palm groves. Wild water sports. Awesome ...
Club Maeva (formerly Robinson Club Tulum): Puerto Aventuras/Tulum
All-Inclusive Hacienda-style Hotel situated on 40 lush oceanfront acres north of Tulum & Ixcoret & 15 miles from Xel-Ha. Puerto Aventuras/ Akumal- This beachfront resort is situated on a long white ...
Omni - Puerto Aventuras Beach Resort: Puerto Aventuras
Nestled on the Puerto Aventuras Caribbean coastline, a luxury yachting community in the heart of the Mayan Riviera, is the Omni Puerto Aventuras Hotel Beach Resort. This harmonious community of ...
Grand Palladium White Sand Resort & Spa: Puerto Aventuras
The resort provides its guests with 264 rooms, including: 210 Junior Suites, 42 Suites and 12 Mayan Suites, distributed amongst beautiful cabin-style bungalows, set right on the edge of a large lake ...
Grand Palladium Riviera Resort & Spa: Puerto Aventuras
Grand Palladium Riviera Resort & Spa is built on an estate of over 1.220.000 m2, right on the sea front and near a superb access to the beach. Located only 20 minutes from Playa del Carmen and 7 ...
Group Travel When traveling in a large group, it is helpful to either tie the same brightly colored ribbon or affix a brightly colored piece of tape on every piece of luggage. This aids in being able to spot each other's luggage at all times.
Choosing a car-rental agency When choosing a car-rental agency, ask your travel agent about a company's customer-service record. How has the company responded to late plane arrivals and vehicle mishaps? Are there often lines at the rental counter? If you're traveling during a holiday period, does a confirmed reservation guarantee you a car?
Climate Semi-tropical with an average temperature of 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Average daily maximum and minimum temperatures for Cancún: January-March, 68-86°F (20-30°C); April-June, 71-89°F (22-32°C); July-September, 75-91°F (24-33°C); October-December, 68-87°F (20-31°C).
Cancún has an average of more than 200 sunny days a year and has less annual rainfall than the Virgin Islands or the ... more
What to wear Strictly casual resort wear, especially during the day. Jackets and ties are almost never needed, but it is customary to dress up for the discos, and most nice restaurants and bars require men to wear shirts and slacks (some allow Bermudas). Bathing suits (particularly for women) are not to be worn away from swimming pools and beach areas. Shorts should never be worn when entering a church.
Food Common sense can greatly reduce your chances of coming down with food or water related illnesses. Firstly, do not over indulge in spicy Mexican foods and pitchers of margaritas or strong Mexican beer during the first few days of your trip. Eat and drink in moderation. Go slowly if you are not used to the Mexican spices and cooking.
Like many countries, do not eat from street vendors since they ... more
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