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When in the area, you can find lots of different activities to do. It all depends on what you feel like doing, perhaps just want to spend the day ankle deep in sand or wait until the night comes and have a taste of the buzzing city nightlife.

Or for you history buffs, a trip to the archaeological zones in the area such as Tulúm, Chichén Itzá, Cobá and many more that will amaze you after immersing yourself in the Mayan Culture.

We’ll recommend you nothing but the best!

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“I had what I can only describe as an epiphany, a moment of lucid and complete surrender in which the whole of México seemed to come up inside me and I felt this was a moment that would never end and that wherever I went I would not leave this place.”
Hugh Thomson