Hotel Xbalamque Resort & Spa

Address: Av. Yaxchilan No. 31, Cancun, Yucatan Peninsula, 77500, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av. Yaxchilan No. 31, Cancun, is near Isla Espiritu Santo, Hilton Cancun Golf Course, EcoColors, and Isla Coronado.
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    A travel blog entry by coma-weltreise on Mar 30, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    Juhubiläum! Ihr lest gerade den 100. Eintrag unserer Weltreise. Da haben sich zwei aber wirklich grosse Mühe gegeben. ;-) Und es werden noch ein paar folgen…

    Cancún – DER Touristenort der Riviera Maya. In der Stadt selber findet das wahre mexikanische Leben statt, für Touristen gibt es hier nicht wirklich viel zu sehen. …

    Day 45

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on Mar 17, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... we are so alike" but on reflection we couldn't think of one way in which we were similar. Not a single one. Maybe he says that to everyone I cant answer you that but he seemed like a good guy so we didn't question him. That night we went to a club called The City to see the DJ Oliver Heldens and it's the best club I've been to by a country mile. It was unbelievable. Its like a stadium inside and had a capacity of 6000 people. The DJ was up on ...

    Day 22 Cancun - Playa Delfines

    A travel blog entry by nannaontour2014 on Jan 22, 2015

    2 photos

    ... Shopkeepers touted their best, but we avoided all temptation. Some quickly picked up that “no hablamos español” (we do not speak Spanish) and tried their best English on us. The supermarket was large and most produce was unfamiliar. Having said that, I spotted a box of prickly pear leaves (sans spikes) and other interesting things like chocoes, all individually bagged.

    Christopher had to fly out around 2pm, so we said ...


    A travel blog entry by kathypender on Nov 21, 2014

    1 comment, 51 photos

    ... stalactites and also fossils of sea shells, clam, conch and trilobites. We left this cenote at 1:30. On to the third cenote "iik" meaning air which is an advanced age cenote. This type of cenote naturally presents a limited flow of water to the aquifer due to a collapsed roof or walls and sediments, which make the exchange with underground currents restricted and the flow of water a lot slower. Here we had some snacks before our activity. I had an ...

    Reflecting on our Central American journey

    A travel blog entry by markjezek on Jun 12, 2014

    ... Another place that must have a mention was the Cenotes in Tulum. Not quite your picturesque dive sight, but cave diving was absolutely amazing, something that all divers should experience!

    “What was the best outdoor adventure that you had?”
    Hands down the hike up and overnight stay on the Acatenango volcano. Waking up at 5am before sun rise to see the volcano come alive was just awesome and never to be forgotten moment.

    “Where was ...