Matan Ka'an Hotel

HUACHINANGO, Majahual, Costa Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on HUACHINANGO, Majahual.
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    Travel Blogs from Majahual

    Mahahual

    A travel blog entry by kalebdickhaut on Jan 18, 2014

    3 photos

    Woke up early to watch the sunrise (couldn't sleep anyway, get to that later), it was not to be though, stupid clouds! So back to bed to try to sleep. Ok I'm up, and sleep seems like an effort in futility. Let me begin with my battle last night by saying the cabanas all have waterbeds...I know what you're thinking...AWESOME! Well I hate to burst your bubble but nope not as awesome as one ...

    Mahahaul

    A travel blog entry by ladyjeanbug on Dec 27, 2013

    ... glass:) This morning we went for a walk along the beach with perolina Nina. She is such a sweet pooch! We had a great time chasing birds and gnawing on dead fish. Its a gorgeous stretch of beach for a walk. The only downside is the tremendous amount of plastics washed shore. Everything from toothbrushes, shoes, lids to anything and everything, motor oil bottles, cosmetic and hygiene bottles, disposable forks. You name ...

    ATV'ing in Costa Maya

    A travel blog entry by sdbaker99 on Jul 09, 2013

    11 photos

    ... of the ATVs we donned safety helmets and bandanas to cover our faces from dust and debris and we were off – what a blast! This by far is my favorite (with consensus from Brittany and Josh) shore excursion I’ve ever done on any cruise! We were able to drive over the dunes of the beach where if you went fast enough the vehicle went airborne (for me on more than one occasion). We also drove through the ...

    GVI Marine Conservation Project

    A travel blog entry by melchitt on Jan 06, 2011

    2 comments, 31 photos

    ... organisation) took it over a couple of years ago and has been slowly improving and adding to it since. There are two proper concrete buildings which house the 'dive shop’ (for secure storage of our gear) and an office, each of which sleep staff upstairs. In the middle of the base there is a large, circular wooden shelter with a thatched roof called a ‘Palapa’ (we later found out that this is Mayan for a large, circular wooden shelter with a thatched ...

    One Secret, One Goodbye

    A travel blog entry by jelli on Oct 31, 2010

    ... worth aspiring to. Of course, it can't be forced. When the timing and all the world is right and beautiful it might happen. Yep, you heard it here first. I want babies and such. Don't tell anybody though.

    A Farewell to an Old Friend

    It wasn't hard for him, leaving the always calling Mexico. There was actually a building desire at times to leave it behind quicker. Simply, Mexico is too easy at times, too ...