Mexico is a country extremely rich in culture, beliefs, and history, so it is not surprising that it is also rich in mythology, which is reflected in the iconography, customs, and legends past and present. In Mexico you can find magical places and folktales wherever you go, and the beautiful destination of Cancun is no different.
Beautiful hotels and turquoise blue waters aren’t the only characteristics that distinguish Cancun from other popular destinations. With so many hotels, competition in Cancun is fierce. Every day the different hotels offer new services to attract potential guests. However there is only one hotel group in the Mexican Caribbean that offers the possibility of staying at one hotel and being able to enjoy five others at no extra cost.
Since time immemorial man has had dreams and not just the kind we have when we sleep but those of our wishes and desires; dreams of understanding and getting to grips with the world around us. One of humanities biggest dreams is to fly, to take to the skies and to tackle the natural force that keeps us in place, gravity.
To really get a feel for a place you must first travel to areas that are off the beaten track. These days the hotels in Cancun’s Hotel Zone offer all the services you could wish for to have the perfect vacation in this paradisiacal destination. Nevertheless it is definitely worth taking the time to get to know your surroundings. Mexican hospitality is well-known and you can be assured of a warm welcome wherever you decide to stop and eat. So with that in mind, we give you 5 must-visit places if you want to eat like a local.
Cancun boasts over 20 kilometres of continuous beautiful white sand beaches and turquoise blue waters that are unlike any other in the Mexican Caribbean. While the beaches in Playa del Carmen are no doubt lovely, it is difficult to find the array of colours that can be seen from your room at the Oasis Palm. Five, six, seven distinct tones of blue adorn the mesmerizing landscape. Here we share with you the best beaches that you will find along the Cancun coastline…
It’s the start of a new year and there is no better time to celebrate the beginning of a new phase in your life, for many this means coming up with a New Year’s resolution. Whilst it’s true that many people’s resolutions do not last till the end of January – let alone the end of the year – this should not stop one from setting up targets. You may not lose those 10 kilos but you are losing weight; you may not see your family every weekend like you wanted to, but you are getting together more than before. Reaching your goals is great, but the act of trying is important as well. At the end of the day life is a journey.
The best known archaeological sites are not necessarily those considered the most fun or amazing. Of the 20 sites conserved by the national institute of anthropology and history in Quintana Roo state there are those that stand out for their beauty, for their historical importance, or for their sheer size; and there is one in particular that occupies all three of these aspects.
As we make our way towards Christmas so the celebrations begin. In Mexico the festive period is celebrated with posadas, a re-enactment of Mary and Joseph’s search for a place to stay in Bethlehem. Posadas are an important part of Christmas celebrations in Mexico and take place in neighbourhoods throughout the country.
When I posted one of these photos on my Facebook page I received a message from a friend that asked if it was the Cirque de Soleil, the world famous Canadian entertainment troupe that recently arrived in our state and whose shows entertain millions worldwide. With great pride I messaged her to say that it was in fact Origen; a show at the Oasis Cancun hotel. The piece, put on by the theatrical group Humanicorp, takes us on a journey through the history of Mexico focusing on the arrival of the conquistadors and the clash of cultures that followed.