Velavento Beach Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Velavento Beach Hotel Isla Mujeres
Travel Blogs from Isla Mujeres
... the island which was a lot of fun. We took a few stops along the way. - Visited a turtle farm and fed the turtles - literally made a Mexican mans day when we brought drinking coconuts from him - drive through alcohol store where we did tequila shots and got a beer for the road (they tell us drink driving is ok here)! Would've loved to go snorkeling too but the centre wasn't open due to rough weather ...
... with gated access (that's for my mums benefit, she really worries) and we have swimming pools, out door dining areas and a BBQ pit. Next to the apartment block is Playa del ninos (literally translated beach of the boys). This is where the local Mexicans come with their families to enjoy the weekend and days off. It's a very family orientated country and they all spend time together regularly. It isn't the nicest ...
... that Matt had only dreamed of up until now! We took a small boat out and it took over an hour to get to where the whale sharks are feeding at this particular time of the year. The excitement we got from when we first saw the giant back and tail fins of the whale sharks above the water was one of a kind. It wasn't long before we saw dozens of them swimming on the surface around our boat and we were absolutely in awe of them.
... just not enough time at all destinations. Tulum is so crowded, by the time we finally enter the best-preserved ocean side Maya construction, we have about 45 minutes to walk around. A bath in the ocean beach is not entertaining as hundreds of people are already down there. I join a group to learn some impressive facts about the location and architecture of the property and still find some pictures before making it back to the bus just in time to get going again. After a ...
... while we have been travelling. It is almost like we have to hunt for it. Unfortunately the hunting hadn’t even begun when Subash spotted a tour company. They were selling day tours for Chichen Itza. This would help us due to the lack of time we had, but the downside would be that we would lose a day in Cancun. After we booked the tour we ended up at the Outback. We discussed the tour and maybe extending another night at our hotel as we ...