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Luxury Bahia Principe Sian Ka'an, Riviera Maya, Mexico

This was our first visit to Mexico and what an adventure it turned out to be!

We were due to arrive at our hotel at 4pm local time but due to heavy rain and thunderstorms in Cancun, the pilot of our plane aborted the landing at the last second and we ended up diverting to a tiny airport called Merida! 501 more words


Isla Holbox

The beaches and the water are unlike anything we’ve ever seen before. The sand is just a little bit whiter, the water has a few extra shades of blue and the sun shines just a little bit brighter. 408 more words


Mayan Ruins of Tulum

Exploring the ruins of Tulum is a can’t miss experience on the Riviera Maya. The ancient walled city sits on some of the most pristine real estate in Mexico, overlooking the Caribbean Sea. 381 more words


Top 10 Things You Better Bring to Quintana Roo When you Move (With Kids)!

Moving is a major life event. If you’re getting ready to move with kids to the Riviera Maya, pin this checklist to your fridge while you pack! 2,440 more words


Bacalar Lagoon

Bacalar – known as the “lake of seven colours” – sparkles in the sunshine with many shades of turquoise and blue. It is simply amazing, and a photograph can’t capture it’s true beauty. 502 more words


Xpu-Ha Beach

Xpu-Ha beach is our beach of choice along the Riviera Maya. In fact, it might be one of our favourite places in the world. Surrounded by palm trees, white sand and crystal clear water made up of many shades of blue. 506 more words


Chichen Itza, Mexico

Mexico has been high on my travel list for a few years and last September we finally headed off for a week in the beautiful sunshine and Caribbean sea. 359 more words