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Free Solo: Alex Honnold’s Top American ClimbsIn the world of climbing Alex Honnold is a legend. Climbing without a partner or a rope, he’s considered one of the best free soloists in the world. We caught up with Alex to find out about free soloing and his favourite routes in North America.

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The Mayan Ruins of the YucatanIf you’re heading to the Yucatan on your travels, visiting the many Mayan ruins there should be top of your list of things to do. But with the majority of travellers seeking out the largest ruins at Chichen Itza, we’d recommend spending some time exploring less touristy territory at these lesser-known Mayan ruins of the Yucatan.

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Mexican Day of the Dead TraditionsWith its smiling skulls and laughing skeletons, the Day of the Dead is one of the most intriguing events in the Mexican cultural calendar. If you’re planning a trip to Cancun during the festival, take a look at our guide to Mexican Day of the Dead traditions before you fly.

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The Best All Inclusive Resorts in Cancun

by Chantelle September - last edited October by Moderator

The best all inclusive resorts in Cancun

Cancun's variety of attractions and immaculate coastline allow you to bask in the glorious sunshine on the beach one day, and marvel at ancient Mayan ruins the next. Take a look at our top all-inclusive resorts in Cancun and start planning your next getaway.

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Where To Spot Sea Turtles In Cancun

by CatherineGordon August - last edited October by Moderator

Where To Spot Sea Turtles In Cancun

The Mexican Caribbean waters around Cancun are one of the best places in the world to spot sea turtles. Here you can scuba dive or snorkel with them, watch at night as they lay their eggs on the beach, help to protect nests or collect turtle eggs and even take part in the release of baby turtles into the sea. Here are some of the best places to spot sea turtles in Cancun.

 

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The Cenotes of Cancun

With the mercury hitting over 90F in Cancun during the summer, plunging into the refreshing waters of a cenote could well be top of your list of things to do. Perfect for swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving, or simply for exploring, there are thousands of cenotes in Cancun to discover.

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