Cabo San Lucas, Mexico in the Baja California Sur is one of Mexico’s many popular tourist destinations. There are so many activities to enjoy in Cabo, both above and below the water. Enjoy scuba diving, kayaking, parasailing, jet skiing, relaxing on the beach or taking a whale watching cruise catching a glimpse of the sea lions on the way out. Continue reading
Xel-Há is a 22 acre natural aquatic park in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. Visiting Xel-Há as a cruise ship excursion, as my friend and I did, is not a good idea. Knowing all of the wonderful activities I missed really hurts! I think you could spend two or three days here to really have the time to explore everything. One full day for sure, minimum. Continue reading
The ancient ruins of Tulum are situated 39 feet above the turquoise waters of the Caribbean in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula. Tulum was at its peak between the 13th-15th centuries AD and was one of the last Mayan cities. It is surrounded on three sides by rock walls and the fourth side by the ocean. The word Tulum means “wall, trench, or fence” in Maya, and was an ideal location for sea and land trade routes. Continue reading
Tulum is a Pre-Columbian Mayan city in Quintana Roo, Mexico in the Yucatán Peninsula. Tulum was one of our shore excursions on our Carnival cruise in the Caribbean. It is located up on the cliff about 39 feet above the water, which you can go down to and take a dip in the ocean to refresh yourself from the heat.