La Palapa Ethno Boutique Hotel by Xperience Hotels

Address: Av. Morelos, 231, Holbox Island, Yucatan Peninsula, 77310, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Av. Morelos, 231, Holbox Island.
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      Travel Blogs from Holbox Island

      Mosquitos, Floods and More

      A travel blog entry by atlpilot36 on Sep 25, 2011

      7 photos

      Kayaking has been postponed until tomorrow due to some rain this morning that has since cleared out. Maybe the rain has cleared out but flooded streets in worse shape than when I got here have washed in. The locals say the streets need several rainless days for proper drainage back to their normal sleepy sand status.

      I'd like to suggest to the city fathers that sidewalks might be a nice addition to ...

      Snorkeling with Whale Sharks

      A travel blog entry by gareth.alanna on Jul 18, 2008

      1 comment, 16 photos

      ... a guide in the water at all times. It allows you to get really close. Gareth and I are soon leaping in the water for our turn. I get the shock of my life as I jump in and practically come face to face with it's hoover mouth. It's such an exhilarating experience to be swimming with this massive creature. At one point I'm almost side swiped but it's tail which sweeps side to side in a similar fashion to a shark. Gareth's busy ...

      Last stop before el Caribe

      A travel blog entry by pippaj on Dec 20, 2006

      1 comment

      We decided to make one final stop before heading to our final Mexican destination: The Caribbean coast. Valladolid is a small, bustling Mayan Mexican town, which is nice, but one day is sufficiente. We arrived quite late yesterday afternoon and once the tropical rainstorm had passed, we headed for a hostal that we heard was good and economical. Because we`d spent the past 2 ...

      MEXICO: Mayan Ruins of Coba and Chichen Itza

      A travel blog entry by mkcarr on Aug 06, 2006

      15 photos

      ... in an underground cave (a cenote) for a few hours before heading back to Tulum. On the way back, our bus took a single-lane dirt road for some time through tiny, impovrished Mayan villages, and we even had the chance to see a cow being slaughtered and cooked--at the same time--on the dirt on the side of the road! The 3 Mayan Ruins were way more cool than I'd thought they could be, and the stormy and sunny alternate weather really added a very cool element to ...


      A travel blog entry by ahartry on Apr 13, 2006

      8 photos

      ... we departed. Drove back to Tulum for lunch. Found the same place where we had eaten years ago, with the great view of the beach below. Sat up on the bluffs, overlooking the white sand and tourquoise water. Food was fine. Kyl and I walked down to the beach; it was so bright. Almost unbearably so, even with glare-resistant sunglasses. We didn't stay for long. Returned to the table ... but, soon, everyone wanted to go down to the ...