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10 Danau Terindah di Dunia yang Harus Kamu Kunjungi

Kamu suka menikmati ketenangan wisata alam tapi bosan pergi ke pantai atau gunung terus menerus? Bila iya, kamu bisa mencoba pergi berwisata ke danau alami. Seperti halnya pantai dan gunung, dengan berkunjung ke danau alami, kamu bisa menikmati peman...
by Aneka Top 10 on Aug 14, 2016

Quick Buying Guides for Synthetic Rope Hammocks

There are many types of different synthetic rope hammocks available at the market, and the type you choose depends on where it is going to be placed. Have you ever thought of lying idly on one of the rope hammocks, with cool breeze wafting through yo...
by Home Design Ideas on Aug 6, 2016

Paradise found: Isla Contoy, Mexico

I am living in Mexico for over a year now but never made it to Isla Contoy. An island about 2 hours off Cancun. Last month, I was finally able to go there. And I found paradise. Heading to Isla… The post Paradise found: Isla Contoy, Mexico app...
by Food & Photos around the world on Jun 13, 2016

The ultimate guide for Isla Mujeres, Mexico: main stream & off the beaten path

Isla Mujeres – the little island paradise just off Cancun in Mexico. Just 7 km long and 650 m wide, this paradise attracts a lot of attention by travelers within the reason. That is why most places are pretty much… The post The ultimate...
by Food & Photos around the world on Apr 27, 2016

Akumal Mexico: Snorkel with sea turtles for free

Swimming with sea turtles in Akumal, Mexico from Stef on Vimeo. Do you want to snorkel with sea turtles without booking a tour? That’s possible in Quintana Roo, Mexico. Just head to Akumal, head into the water right from the… The post Akumal...
by Food & Photos around the world on Apr 16, 2016

10 Festivals Worth Traveling for in March

As the cold weather begins to subside, revelers come out of hibernation for these unique March festivals. Whether you want a little peace and quiet or a month-long blowout, we’ve got you covered with this list of March’s best festivals worldwide.
by Viator Travel Blog on Mar 3, 2016

Xec, a Jicama and Citrus Salad from Yucatan

This jicama citrus salad from the Yucatan is known as “Xec” or “Xe’ec”, which comes from the Mayan word for “ensalada” (salad). It is also known by other names, like “check” and “sheck”. It is a healthy, quick, and easy to prepa...
by Mexico in my kitchen on Feb 8, 2016

Where to stay in Tulum, Mexico: Beach vs. Town

When visiting Tulum, you might notice that the beach area and the city center (or main street) are quite far away from each other. The question whether it is better to stay right at the beach or in town is… The post Where to stay in Tulum, Mex...
by Food & Photos around the world on Dec 19, 2015

10 Tempat Keren di Dunia Yang Harus Kamu Kunjungi Sekali Seumur Hidup

Travel Blog Reservasi – Destinasi indah dan menarik di belahan dunia tentu lebih banyak kalian ketahui lewat cerita dan film-film petualangan. Tetapi sesungguhnya tempat-tempat itu benar-benar ada di dunia nyata. Kalian harus mengunjunginya set...
by Reservasi.com on Dec 8, 2015

California Native Attends ATMEX 2015

Last month California Native founder and president Lee Klein, again attended ATMEX, the premier Adventure Travel event in Mexico held in Chiapas, quickly becoming renowned as the adventure capital of Mexico. It was a great opportunity to meet again...

15 Mexican dishes that will make you fall in love with Mexican cuisine

I was postponing this post for ages as I always thought I still have to try this and that before I can publish the post. Mexico simply has an abundance of different dishes. That’s what I had to admit to… The post 15 Mexican dishes that will...
by Food & Photos around the world on Aug 17, 2015

2 week itinerary Yucatan Peninsula: Part 2

After one week on the Yucatan Peninsula, heading from Cancun to Coba, it’s now time for a second week of exploring: Day 8: Mérida After visiting the coast of Yucatan, you should not miss visiting a culturally important city on… The post 2 w...
by Food & Photos around the world on Aug 14, 2015

2 week Itinerary Yucatan Peninsula Part 1

I guess I am able to say that I know the Yucatan Peninsula very well after having stayed here for about 8 months with small breaks. Most people don’t get that much time that is why I’m sharing a 2… The post 2 week Itinerary Yucatan Peninsu...

Ciudad del Carmen Mexico

Ciudad del Carmen is a beautiful and tranquil tourist destination located on the Gulf of Mexico off the Yucatan peninsula. It sits in the southwest part of the state of Campeche, Mexico on the southern tip of Isla del Carmen. A region full of cultura...
by eTravelTrips on Jul 16, 2015

Ultima zi a Dinozaurilor – Last day of the Dinosaurs

Lumea noastră a fost odată dominată de dinozauri. Au pășit unde pașim noi, au băut aceeași apă, au respirat același aer și s-au bătut pe aceleași câmpuri de luptă. Dar, apoi, au înfruntat o zi pe care nimeni dintre noi nu și-o poate...
by Documentare.tk on Jun 29, 2015

Top 5 Beaches in Yucatan, Mexico

Yucatan offers endless kilometers of white beaches with crystal blue water. But which beaches are the best? While spending about six months in the area, I could explore a lot of different beaches. And the following ones are my favorites:… The...
by Food & Photos around the world on Jun 18, 2015

9 Diving Opportunities in Yucatan, Mexico

The Yucatan Pensinsula offers some spectacular marine environments for divers of every level. You can do discovery dives in shallower areas as well as deep dives. You can dive in reefs, cenotes or explore ship wrecks. Diving in Cancun RecommendedR...

City by the Sea, Tulúm is a Site to See

One of the destinations we here at The California Native love to travel to is Mexico. On a recent trip to the Yucatan Peninsula, our own Lee Klein visited the archeological site of Tulúm. Tulúm is the site of a Pre-Columbian Maya walled city which...

The cultural capital of Yucatan: 9 things to do in Merida

Mérida is probably not the first city which pops into your head when you think of the Yucatán Peninsula or Mexico. Why is that? Because it is not situated at the sea? Because it has not much to offer? That’s… The post The cultural capital...

Cenotes around Tulum

At Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula (and the neighboring Belize) you can admire a very special wonder of nature. The Yucatan peninsula... The post Cenotes around Tulum appeared first on beyond-soltane.com.
by Beyond Soltane on Jan 25, 2015


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