Tips to Planning Your Riviera Maya Wedding

Posted February 1, 2014 by Kay Walten in Destination Weddings

riviera maya wedding tips

Once you have decided to say "I do", make your special day even more exciting by adding the mystique of Mexico. There is no wedding destination that exudes romance and adventure like the Riviera Maya. With so many venue options, even small budgets can make beach wedding dreams come true. Your day can be as extravagant or simply elegant as you desire. One of the most attractive aspects of a destination wedding is getting to spend more time with family and friends during a week-long...

Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Rooftop pools

Posted January 31, 2014 by Kay Walten in Riviera Maya Destinations,Riviera Maya Photos

Sexy hotels in Riviera Maya

Rooftop pools are luxurious and sexy. We are loving this view! Find out which Playa del Carmen hotel features this fabulous swimming pool.

Riviera Maya Vacation Tip – Very cool snorkel gadget

Posted by Kay Walten in Costa Maya Activities,Mexico Vacation Tips,Riviera Maya Activities,Riviera Maya Vacation Tips,Vacation tips,Watersports

snorkel digital camera for your riviera maya vacation

Hanging on to your underwater camera and lining up shots while snorkeling can be cumbersome. Check out this very cool gadget, the snorkel-mask camera. Now when you are swimming with turtles in Akumal Bay or snorkeling with whale sharks near Isla Holbox, do it hands-free! Enjoy amazing snorkeling in the Mexican Caribbean.

Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Gone fishin’

Posted January 30, 2014 by Kay Walten in Riviera Maya Activities,Riviera Maya Photos,Watersports

Fishing in the Mexican Caribbean

The Mexican Caribbean has world class fishing for all ages. Learn more about fishing in the Riviera Maya.

Crazy for Travel in the Costa Maya

Posted January 29, 2014 by Kay Walten in Costa Maya Activities,Mayan Ruins,Mexico Destinations,Sustainable Tourism

Costa maya, Mexico

Have you ever wondered where the people who live in Cancun or Riviera Maya go to vacation? Costa Maya is the vacation destination for those who already live in paradise and REALLY want to get away from it all. By getting away from it all we mean jumping into the natural beauty of Mexico and experiencing the incredible adventures mother nature has waiting for us. So what do we like to do when we vacation in Costa Maya? Here are a few of our favorite Costa Maya activities. Manatee...

Costa Maya Travel Tip – Shop in town, not the port

Posted by Kay Walten in Costa Maya Activities,Mexico Destinations,Mexico Vacation Tips

Mahahual cruise ship port

Mahahual is a great Costa Maya beach town with lots to offer, so there's no wonder why Caribbean cruise ships have made it one of their major stops. So much so they even built a port filled with activities and shops to entertain their passengers. Refrain from shopping at the port shops but rather in the actual town where the prices are far more reasonable and just about everything is negotiable. Find a hotel in Mahahual.

Costa Maya Photo of the Day – Balamku Inn

Posted by Kay Walten in Costa Maya Activities,Mexico Destinations,Mindful Traveler,Sustainable Tourism

Mahahual, Mexico

We LOVE the round design of Balamku Inn in Mahahual, Costa Maya. This eco-chic hotel is all about sustainable tourism, right down to the shampoo they provide their guests. The wind and the sun are their power sources,  all waste water supports constructed wetlands and when building they take special efforts to protect the endangered trees on their property. No wonder they were nominated one of Mexico's leading green hotels. Check out other fabulous Costa Maya hotels.

Yucatan Photo of the Day – Hangin’ out in Valladolid

Posted January 28, 2014 by Kay Walten in Mexican Culture,Mexico Destinations

Valladolid, Mexico

Young people are the same wherever you go. These teenagers are just hangin' out chatting and listening to music in the town zocalo of Valladolid, Mexico. Find out more about this historical city in Yucatan.

Riviera Maya Photo of the Day – Glorious hammocks!

Posted January 27, 2014 by Kay Walten in Mexican Art,Mexican Culture,Riviera Maya Photos,Sustainable Tourism

shopping in the Riviera Maya

Hammocks are probably the most popular Riviera Maya and Yucatan souvenir - right up there with gaudy, giant sombreros. They are the Mayan bed, more common in local houses than mattresses. The hammocks sold here are hand made by locals. Buying hammocks in family owned shops like this one in Macario Gomez is sustainable tourism. We LOVE lounging in a hammock with a good book or a refreshing cocktail. Discover other ways to support sustainable tourism.

Puerto Morelos Vacation Tip – The hidden restaurant

Posted by Kay Walten in Mexico Destinations,Riviera Maya Destinations,Riviera Maya Restaurants,Riviera Maya Vacation Tips

Riviera Maya restaurant

Puerto Morelos has lots of great dining options, but one little gem we really love is Restaurante Las Palmeras. If you didn't know where it was you would walk right passed some of the freshest seafood for the best price in town!  The facade of the restaurant is easy to overlook and the restaurant itself is hidden beyond souvenir shops and a dive shop (located next to Pelicanos on the beach), but once you step inside the view is, well see for yourself. Check out the laid back fishing village...

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