If you are wondering if you can travel to Mexico right now, the answer is yes, you can. Mexico is a favorite tourist destination for travelers seeking a respite from the winter cold, but visitors travel here year-round.
The history of Mayan beauty tells us fascinating stories of how Mayans achieved both cultural identity, and their allure and charm.
Are you traveling soon? Villa del Palmar Cancun provides convenient on-site COVID-19 testing for guests staying at the resort.
You will find a number of fascinating ancient Mayan sites to visit scattered around the vast area of Mexico’s Riviera Maya, near Cancun. In general, these Mayan sites are incredibly well preserved and contain the ruins of a highly civilized culture.
Hidden away in a paradisiacal corner of the Yucatan Peninsula are the stunning pink lakes in Mexico, formally called Las Coloradas. The mesmerizing landscape is famous for its cotton candy colored waters, pastel blue skies, and soft white sand beaches.
Cancun is truly diverse in what it has to offer. Whether you’re a beach-lover, a water explorer, or interested in historical ruins, a trip to Cancun is sure to leave you satisfied and with fond memories to last a lifetime. We have compiled a list of some great options on what to do in Cancun in 2021, suitable for the solo travelers, the couples, and the large families!
Twice a year the earth experiences what is called an equinox, which literally translated means “equal night.” In both March and September around the 20th to 21st, the light of the sun hits the earth directly on the equator meaning that the length of the day and night are more or less equal. In the northern hemisphere, March 20, 2021 marks the Spring equinox