Conservación de Tortugas Marinas Riviera Maya, Tulum Mexico



Xcacel beach, near Akumal / Tulum , Mexico. A protected and [almost] deserted beach, use red torches at night if seeing turtles very important. Costs a dollar or something admission to beach, you get a ticket, it goes towards the turtles. special place.


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Holbox, Quintana Roo, Mexico


Holbox is an island in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, located on the north coast of the Yucatán Peninsula. It is approximately 41.84 kilometers long and 1.5 kilometers wide, and it is separated from the mainland by a shallow lagoon that is home to flamingos, pelicans and other rich birdlife. Holbox Island is part of the Yum-Balam Biosphere Reserve.


Holbox has several alternatives to enjoy nature, but the one that attracts most visitors is the experience of swimming with the impressive whale shark from June to September, an opportunity you can experience in very few parts of the world.

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Snow covered mountain in BC, Canada


Photo taken on the flight from Vancouver to Kamloops. March 2015.

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Chichen-itza, Yucatan, Mexico


Chichén Itzá is the largest of the archaeological cities of the pre-Columbian Maya civilization in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. It is one of Mexico's most visited tourist destinations. It was granted World Heritage Site status in 1988 by UNESCO World Heritage Site and was recently selected as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

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Guanajuato Underground Roadways, Mexico

Juarez Street is one of the few through streets on the surface. It is filled with various stores and restaurants and has a constant flow of both people and traffic.


The other through streets of town are either partially or fully underground, following the old drainage ditches and tunnels dug during colonial times. Originally they were used for flood control, but modern dams have controlled flooding and left them dry, so they have been turned into thoroughfares in a city with little surface area.


The most important of these roads is Miguel Hidalgo or Belaunzarán, which carried the runoff from the river that used to divide the city in two. Guanajuato’s version of the La Llorona story has the woman wandering the tunnels of the city, some of which had rivers or streams running through them.


Information Source : Wiki

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El Escondido Hot Spring, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

Located just outside the romantic city of San Miguel de Allende. Unlike other hot springs areas this is trully a paradise.


Here you can ease your tensions and soothe tired muscles by relaxing in one of Escondido Place’s pools of steaming, mineral-rich waters along the road to Atotonilco.


The landscape is traditional; with picnic areas and snack bars, family-friendly; where kids enjoy play areas, and you can enjoy spa services and full restaurants.


Escondido has amazing gardens and ten pools with water temperature up to 104F. Escondido has both indoors pool and outdoor pools where you can relax under the open sky or sheltered by rock-lined grottos.

Information Source : Visit San Miguel

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Mirador, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

The Mirador is a lookout point which offers the best view of the San Miguel de Allende. It is on the southeast side of town. You can get here on foot. The sightseeing trolleys that depart several times a day from the Jardín stop by here.


There is a handicrafts market and a cafe here, so you can have some refreshment while you enjoy the wonderful view.


Imformation source : Gomexico

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Mirador, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

The Mirador is a lookout point which offers the best view of the San Miguel de Allende. It is on the southeast side of town. You can get here on foot.


The sightseeing trolleys that depart several times a day from the Jardín stop by here. There is a handicrafts market and a cafe here, so you can have some refreshment while you enjoy the wonderful view.


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El Chorro, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico

The oldest part of San Miguel de Allende is the El Chorro neighborhood. This is where the village of San Miguel was moved to in 1555. The Nahuatl name for the area was Izcuinapan or “place of dogs,” and according to legend, dogs led Juan de San Miguel to this area to find this spring.


This area is the home of the Parish of San Miguel, the Jardin Principal or Main Garden and an earlier church called the San Rafael or Santa Escuela Church


Information Source : Wiki

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