Velavento Beach Hotel

Sac Bajo, lot 52,53,54 Fracc. Laguna Mar Smz 74, Isla Mujeres, Yucatan Peninsula, 77400, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sac Bajo, lot 52,53,54 Fracc. Laguna Mar Smz 74, Isla Mujeres.
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    Travel Blogs from Isla Mujeres

    The Island of Women (and rain)

    A travel blog entry by jennyroberts on Dec 17, 2013

    1 photo

    ... Royal Swim' and upon arrival also upgraded to VIP, to add a session with manatees and up the quality of buffet and open bar...a rather decandent day! We were soon kitted out in our lifevests and heading to meet our dolphin pair, Romolo and Dannielle. I'd seen dolphins a couple of times on my trip already, particularly memorable was in Argentina where a pod followed our boat, jumping and showing off; it was amazing this ...

    Cancun :)

    A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Sep 28, 2013

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... a guitar before. Sure enough it sounded broken. I grabbed everything, and took out my Swiss Army knife (it's a multitool) and used the SCISSORS on it to cut open the plastic wrapping so I could inspect Black Betty...yes I named it. It wasn't long before a car rental employee started to threaten me. Here's exactly how it played out: "Sir, what is that?" "Scissors?" "Sir that's a knife you'll have to put it away now, or the police will come." "It's a Swiss Army knife lady, it's ...

    Island of Women

    A travel blog entry by stamasese on Jun 08, 2013

    32 photos

    A beautiful little island off the coast of Cancun, famed for whale sharks, snorkeling, diving etc. Unfortunately too many people paid for tours and didn't see any whale sharks so skipped that option. Not much else to do we just relaxed on the beach, walked around the island and were fortunate to meet some American’s who had a sailboat and took us out a couple of times including a sunset ...


    A travel blog entry by bridgetwes91185 on Jan 18, 2013

    3 photos

    ... them and went! Got to playa, found the ferry! But!!!!!! There's a trick they will try to **** u on price! Only get one way to Cozumel don't get two ways!! They charged $700 pasos for two ways, or $150 For one way. I almost bought two way, then said no no no just one way. And she was like ummmm. I was like NO!!! One way! Ill swim back if I have too! Then I saw the price difference and was like why!! Why would you do that?? That's wrong!! And I told ...

    We´re on isla time!

    A travel blog entry by patrickandjessi on Jul 25, 2012

    7 photos

    ... as well. The next day, while waiting for our dive bag, we explored the town a little.

    We took a ferry from Cancun over to Isla Mujeres on Tuesday afternoon, and that was our first glimpse of the beautiful, clear waters here on the coast. We met a guy on the ferry who is from California, but has lived here for 16 years on his sailboat. He gave us some great pointers about the island!

    We´ve spent the last two days ...