Travel Blogs from Holbox Island, Mexico

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Jesus Cream, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Jesus Cream

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

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... Mayab bus from downtown bus terminal to Chiquila - 0750 departure 80 pesos ($5.90) 2:45 Hermanos Ferry Line from Chiquila to Holbox Island - 1100 departure 70 pesos ($5) 25 minutes 10 minute walk on foot from dock to Tribu Hostel Holbox Island Follow me ...

Oh Man How Things Can Change, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Oh Man How Things Can Change

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

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We are going to take a detour back to New York this afternoon since I didn't write about it last week.   See...you never know what you are going to get on here.  You logged on looking for pics of flamingos and descriptions of exotic ...

SNORKELING WITH THE GIANT FISH, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

SNORKELING WITH THE GIANT FISH

A travel blog entry by prieststrip

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Between July and September this little island becomes a magnet for anyone wanting to swim with Whale Sharks and we were not the exception. We seemed to have been chasing Whale Sharks since arriving in Central America and being about a month too late to ...

Mosquitos, Floods and More, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Mosquitos, Floods and More

A travel blog entry by atlpilot36

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... hopped back on the rustbucket and peddled back along the water and then through the pools, and despite the conditions saw a part of the island that is unspoiled, wild and scenic.   Think about this. I am on an island few have heard of or ...

Snorkeling with Whale Sharks, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Snorkeling with Whale Sharks

A travel blog entry by gareth.alanna

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... van where most of the bus sleeps. We arrive in a small fishing village and jump aboard speed boats to take us out to Holbox Island. The island is so picturesque and low key with white sands and Caribbean waters it's a true paradise. If we'd known it was ...

Birds of Paradise, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Birds of Paradise

A travel blog entry by findscore

... a boat with another couple of girls from Playa del Carmen, and some Spaniards from Madrid to go fishing and check out Bird Island (Holbox is really well known for its avian population). The fishing was pretty awesome—no poles, no fancy hooks or ...

Chichen Itza und Isla Holbox, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Chichen Itza und Isla Holbox

A travel blog entry by kaffeefahrt

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... Meer,Pelikane und noch viel mehr. Wir haben diese 2 vollen Tage nochmal zum ausspannen und sonnen genutzt. Insgesamt gefiel uns Holbox irgendwie besser als Caye Caulker weil es doch nicht ganz so weit weg von der Zivilisation liegt. Morgen geht es ...

Swimming with Whale Sharks, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Swimming with Whale Sharks

A travel blog entry by alexandannam

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... Holbox and as soon as I stepped off the ferry I realized we may have been overly optimistic. Though very long the island is actually tiny and there really isn't a whole lot to do there except completely chill out so after ...

Holbox, Mexico, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Holbox, Mexico

A travel blog entry by tigereye

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Small island at the mouth of the gulf with an amazing sand bar.  I walked with flamingos ...

Sandy Cheeks, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Sandy Cheeks

A travel blog entry by donthewhale

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We began our journey with a night out at the "pelican". this was delicious italian/mexican restaurant.  yes it sounds like rigamorale but it was delicious.  tuna steak to die for...yummy. woke op the next morning to a beautiful sunrise and then ...

Holbox Island, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Holbox Island

A travel blog entry by ready2goo

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... sie oft bis zu 40 m hinabtauchen. Highlight und größte Attraktion der Insel sind die Walhaie die von Mai bis September an Holbox vorbeiziehen und mit bis zu 15 m Länge die größten Fische der Erde sind. Auf Bootsausflügen mit einheimischen Fischern ...

Todos los azules, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Todos los azules

A travel blog entry by alefos

Los mejores azules del ...

Disconnected from civilization., Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Disconnected from civilization.

A travel blog entry by monroysol

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Holbox (pronounced holbosh and meaning "black hole" in Mayan) is a very small island located about 2 hours from Cancun by car (I think there are flights available from Cancun). This is a place rarely visited by regular tourists but savvy travelers. I did ...

Sun, sea and bites on crack, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Sun, sea and bites on crack

A travel blog entry by charlaisy

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... to make plans.  The next day we woke up to beautiful sunshine, walked to the beach and started to realise our tropical island paradise dream (did nothing, sunbathed, did more nothing, went to bed at 10). The next day we did a beautiful walk along ...

Holbox, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Holbox

A travel blog entry by lgrandsire

Chambre Mandarinal sur la plage... Merveilleux ...

Isla de Holbox, Holbox Island, Mexico travel blog

Isla de Holbox

A travel blog entry by johandahlberg

We – the Guide Online team – have just spent a night in Villas Paraiso del Mar on the island of Holbox. The hotel is a four star all inclusive complex. Sand paths, jungle, great rooms, good food. The island is known as a much more quiet, ...

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