Tourist guide to Cancun

Tourist guide to Cancun

Cancun is a coastal city and a major tourist destination in Mexico. The peak tourist season in Cancun tends to run from December to April. Interest rates increase dramatically during this period. We offer you a short tourist guide to Cancun, one of the top vacation destinations in the world. The Wilma Hurricane devastated the city in 2005, but was later recognized and now is a favorite tourist paradise. The white sandy beaches and the grand hotels attract tourists en masse. The calm water... [ read more ]

The Westin Resort and Spa in Cancun from $87 pn

The Westin Resort and Spa in Cancun from $87 pn

Our deal hunters were busy to find you the best hotel deal of the week and we found the Westin Resort and Spa in Cancun from $87 pn. For this 20% discount is only one thing that you have to do: book your room until October 1, 2013 with MasterCard. The offer is available until December 20, 2013. The Westin Resort and Spa in Cancun is located in the Cancun Hotel zone and has a contemporary Mexican style. Each of the 379 guest rooms and suits view to water and many of them have their own bal... [ read more ]

Top Nudist Beach Resorts in Mexico

Top Nudist Beach Resorts in Mexico

Hidden beach resorts offer an extra level of fun and excitement. If you are the type of adventure seeker, you might want to experience the luxurious feeling of being clothing free for your next travel to Mexico. Whether it is a big or small resort, you can shed those clothing at a hidden away beach including dining in the nude. Nude recreation is not for everyone, but here you can find like-minded people who respect this natural of vacationing. If you want a sun-kissed look, Mexico also has ... [ read more ]

Coba and Tulum in Quintana Roo

Coba and Tulum in Quintana Roo

Another large ruined city of the Pre-Columbian Maya civilization is Coba which is located in the state of Quintana. It is about ninety kilometers east of the Maya site of Chichen Itza. Not too far from the Caribbean Sea, and also near to Tulum. In proximity are two lagoons and a series of elevated stone and plaster roads. the locals called it Sacbe or 'white ways'. Noboch Mul pyramid It also leads to Yaxuna. There are large temple pyramids, one of which is the tallest known as Nohoch Mul g... [ read more ]

Must see attractions in Cancun

Must see attractions in Cancun

In Cancun, the must see is the El Rey Ruins (Zona Arqueologica El Rey) at Isla Cancun off Kulkulkan Boulevard. El Rey 'The King' was named for the ceremonial mask, a sculpture of a nobleman and a skull found on the site that honors the Maya Sun God. It is a nestled lagoon side among the mangroves or you can explore the Maya ruins are adjacent to the golf course. Amazing vistas atop the Post Classical Period Maya Plazas and the Nichupte' Lagoon. The entrance fee is US$3 and it opens from 8am t... [ read more ]