Mexico is a beautiful country with so much to offer. With an amazing culture, delicious food, beautiful beaches, and insane adventure, Mexico is a travel destination you do not want to miss.
If you’re a backpacker, you are likely just using Cancun as your spot to fly in or out of Mexico. Most people will tell you to get out as fast as possible, and if your just arriving, you may be eager for adventure and be looking to move on right away, but there are some reasons to give Cancun a chance!
Cozumel is a beautiful island off the shore of Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. From snorkeling to shopping, there is literally something for everyone. As a destination most popular with cruisers, we were surprised at how much it had to offer for other travelers, including backpackers like ourselves.
The Best Cenotes in Tulum
Tulum is a beautiful place to visit whether you’re a backpacker or a resort goer! If your coming to Tulum, or the Mayan Riviera in general, you are not going to want to miss the cenote’s that Mexico has to offer. Lucky for those staying in Tulum, there are some absolutely stunning cenote’s within easy access! Don’t forget to bring your snorkel gear!
Valladolid is a lovely town in the state of Yucatan that lies between Merida and the Mayan Riviera. Many tourists do not find their way to Valladolid so if you’re into getting away from the crowds, you will love it! Here we’ll share with you a few things to do and where to go on your visit to Valladolid.
Chichen Itza is a complex of Mayan Ruins in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Chichen Itza is most famous for the Temple of Kukulkan known for its Serpent of Light and Shadow which can be seen at the sunset of the spring equinox on March 20th-21st. However, Chichen Itza is a highly sought out attraction by thousands of tourists all year round in Mexico.
Merida is a beautiful lively city in Yucatan, Mexico. The city has markets, malls, restaurants, gorgeous squares, and many things to keep you busy. If your looking for a way to cool off on a hot day, don’t forget, in these region of Mexico, you’re never too far from some cenotes.