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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Xaloc Resort Holbox Island
Travel Blogs from Holbox Island
... to go in with a whale shark in pairs with a guide. We each went in twice, for about five minutes each time. As they are fish, the sharks have to keep moving to keep water flowing over their gills, and as you can imagine, they move pretty quickly (for us anyway). Swimming with them involves jumping off the boat at the opportune moment as instructed by guide number one), grabbing onto guide number two, moving over to the side of a whale shark and madly kicking to keep ...
... beach so we could watch it. The colours were stunning. Dinner was really nice; James finally got some ceviche, so he's happy! I had some breaded fish which was really good too. There was an over-excited group of Americans at the tbke next to us, but it turned out two of them had just got engaged so we forgave them. There were also two mexican men serenading everyone, which was actually really cute. We then slowly wandered back along the beach looking at the stars and the sea ...
... about and sand roads. The island is long but very thin, only 1km ish wide, which meant the beach was never far away :-) Our hostel, Tribu was located one street back from the beach and close to the restaurants and bars. The place was very cool with funky colours and artwork. We had a double ensuite room which was nicely done. We had 5 nights of paradise and we would make the most of doing not much as it was nearly the end of our trip ...
... 2 very different islands as the boat was full with both Mexican tourists and foreign backpackers on route to mujeres compared to Holbox's empty seats Arriving at poc-na I quickly settled in to a very Beachy vibe with hot weather and crystal clear water. Poc-na is a massive hostel with both private and dorm rooms. The hostel has activities every night including a live band every night at 9:30pm. The bands are different everyday and mix it up from Regae to traditional Mexican and ...
... the devil. Cancun is filled with Americans eager to spend their money on what they think is a good deal but really is 4 times the cost of every other place in Mexico. I was escorted to a cheap hostel by a shadey guy working at the bus stop who said it's perfect for 1 night. I quickly discovered that it may only be perfect for a couple of hours as this place was a **** hole. The guy had pretty much just led me through a house to a room with 2 bunk beds and called it a ...