Can you think of a better way of spending your new year’s eve than at one of the best restaurants in Tulum? So begin the countdown: 3,2,1…Happy New year! Start 2020 at Ziggy Beach Restaurant in Tulum! Ziggy Beach restaurant…

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Usually the best tequilas are very expensive, some selling for over a 1,000 usd, but there are also plenty of brands that Mexicans drink that have great quality and don’t cost as much. But as they say in Mexico:  “The…

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Mexico is a country full of culture, colors, flavor, history, music and hospitality. If you are single traveller in Mexico and want to experience a wonderful journey, here are some fun celebrations you should not miss if you want to…

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Christmas celebrations in Mexico are influenced by their Catholic heritage as well as festive indigenous traditions. Mexicans love to party and this festivity is no exception. It starts on December 3rd and ends on January 6th. So if you are…

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Tulum is a magical and eclectic destination. Several words are needed to describe Tulum: It is eco-chic, environmentally friendly, bikini boot camp territory, yoga nest, diving paradise, wedding heaven, archaeological icon, a gourmet experience and so much more. Tulum has…

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The Day of the Dead in Mexico is a national holiday that is full of life. It is a festivity that bursts in color, music, customs, decoration, symbolism, flavors, religion and millenary traditions. Traditions are the transmission of customs or…

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The Maya civilization lasted for more than 2,000 years, but from 300 A.D. to 900 A.D., known as the Classic Period, was their booming era. During that time, the Maya had a profound understanding of astronomy. They were also able…

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If you have already visited the world famous archaeological sites of Tulum and Chichen- Itza and are interested in learning more about the Maya culture and its architecture, the Puuc route is an excellent option. The Puuc Route is located…

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The word “Mezcal” comes from its original source in Nahuatl: “Mexcalli” which translates into “cooked agave plant”. Mezcal is a distilled spirit made from any variety of agave plant, and it is often associated with Tequila, which is made specifically…

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