July 26, 2017

Transforming the Ecotourism Experience with Kenneth Johnson

My guest this week, Kenneth Johnson, is an American-born Mexican who studied Marine Biology in Mexico City before moving to the Riviera Maya to start his […]
June 21, 2017
Otto von Bertrab

Preserving Rio Secreto with Otto von Bertrab

My guest this week, Otto von Bertrab, famously discovered Rio Secreto in 2006. Originally from Mexico City, a short trip to Akumal left him in love […]
November 2, 2016

Out of Range – Three Off the Grid Places in the Riviera Maya

Off the grid or off the beaten path? Both are super exciting alternatives when it comes to the Riviera Maya and both can be classified as […]
October 12, 2016

It is Easy (and Important) To Be Green In the Riviera Maya

Not sure if you are aware, but the Riviera Maya is a collection of very diverse ecosystems that are more delicate than meets the eye, or […]
September 13, 2016

Angel Carrera ‒ Preserving Mayan Culture Through Sustainable Tourism

Originally from Guadalajara, my guest Angel Carrera came to Playa del Carmen to work in his father’s accounting firm. His passion for the Mayan culture is […]
August 15, 2016
Kanxuk Exclusive All inclusive resort Tulum

The newest way to vacation in Tulum

Tulum has been one of the hottest beach destinations in recent years. It has become THE place to go to for the fashionistas, celebs and wanna-be’s […]
July 12, 2016

Paul Sanchez Navarro on How Visitors Can Leave Little to No Environmental Impact

In today’s episode, I am talking with Paul Sanchez Navarro, a Mexican/American, Cultured, Southern boy who was raised in New Orleans and Texas and now lives […]
June 21, 2016
Steve Gerrard - Cenotes of the Riviera Maya 2016

Steve Gerrard – Cenotes of the Riviera Maya 2016

Today we welcome a longtime friend and fellow cave diver, Steve Gerrard. Steve was the first ever full-time cave diving instructor. He has been cave diving […]
May 24, 2016
Heather Froeming of Tulum

Heather Froeming Passion for Protecting the Integrity of the Environment

In today’s episode, I chat with the dynamic Heather Froeming of Tulum. Heather first visited Akumal in 1998 on a diving trip with a college friend […]
August 20, 2011
flooded cave

Destination: Rio Secreto

This nature reserve consists of a network of caves and an extremely long underground river. It is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places in Mexico.
July 29, 2011

Swimming with Giants near the Island of Women

The whale sharks (fish averaging 25 feet long and weighing up to 30 tons) converge near Isla Mujeres each Summer for a plankton buffet, and we planned to jump out of a boat to swim along side them.
July 2, 2011

Three Really Great Places in and Near Cancun

Loco Gringo's favorite transfer company, Cancun Valet invites us on a day of discovery in Cancun
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