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Swimming with Whale Sharks in Cancun

by CatherineGordon June 2014 - last edited September

Swimming with Whale Sharks in CancunOne of the biggest and best experiences in Cancun, in more ways than one, is swimming with whale sharks. These massive, plankton-munching creatures congregate in the waters to the north-east of Isla Mujeres every summer to feed. This gives thrill-seekers the perfect opportunity to swim alongside these incredible gentle giants of the deep.


Modern Mexican Food: Cancun's Cutting Edge RestaurantsWhy settle for tacos or burritos when you can try more adventurous fare? With its gourmet restaurants and top chefs, Cancun is the perfect place to sample modern Mexican food. Here are a few of the best eateries serving up delicious cutting-edge culinary creations.



Exotic Wedding Locations in Cancun

by CatherineGordon March 2014 - last edited September

Cancun Weddings From barefoot weddings on the beach to traditional Mayan ceremonies in the jungle, the possibilities are endless for couples looking for wedding locations in Cancun. Check out our tips and suggestions on how you can make your big day extra special.


Spring Break Hot Spots to Scream About

by Community Manager March 2014 - last edited October

Spring Break Hot SpotsWe may have half term in Britain, but in America they have a different sort of seasonal holiday: spring break.


Discover Cancun: Things to do on Holbox Island

by CatherineGordon February 2014 - last edited September

Holbox Island | Discover CancunThe quiet island of Holbox is the perfect place to park yourself if you want to get away from it all. With its sandy streets, shallow calm waters and less touristy vibe, the island will appeal to those in need of nothing more than swinging in a hammock and flicking through a book.


An Insider's Isla Mujeres Guide

by CatherineGordon January 2014 - last edited September

Explore Cancun | A Guide to Isla MujeresStep off the short ferry ride from Cancun to Isla Mujeres and you’ll find yourself in the busy downtown area, with its beaches, restaurants and bars. But what has the rest of the island got to offer?