Casa Blanca - Rancho San Eric

Address: Boca Paila Road, Tulum, Yucatan Peninsula, 445, Mexico | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Boca Paila Road, Tulum, is near Playa del Norte, Garrafon Natural Reef Park, Isla Contoy, and Hacienda Mundaca.
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      The lure of diving Cenotes - hook, line & sinkhole

      A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Sep 04, 2014

      2 comments, 5 photos

      ... because it was just a matter of an exhalation when viz was crystal clear then everything is blurred, inhale, then crystal clear again! While we are essentially doing circles in the sinkhole, we do veer into some "tunnels" before popping back out into the sinkhole. I found every turn off the main structure into a new "tunnel" exciting, interesting and also eerie as the visibility changed with the halocline, your torch beam and the amount of sunlight that ...

      Tulum and Caye Caulker

      A travel blog entry by roisinlynch on Aug 11, 2014

      5 photos

      The journey kicked off with Fiona and I flying separately to Cancun from Cork and London respectively. I was a bit apprehensive about the transatlantic flight especially given that I had celebrated my departure from Cork by promptly hitting myself in the face when donning my rucksack. Admiring my bloody lip, which later turned a funny shade of purple, I decided to try and spin every blip on this trip as a positive and ...

      Tulum - the land of cenotes and ruins

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 20, 2014

      14 photos

      ... and it is hot hot hot. We try and find shade where we can but we are already dripping in sweat after 5 mins. We were offered to ride the "train" to the entrance for 20 pesos each. On our way in we see what the "train" looks like - it is a tractor pulling some brightly coloured carriages. We had a laugh as the "train" passed us by.

      The Tulum ruins doesn't boast to be the best ruins you will see. And to be fair, Tikal beats it any day. But that didn't stop me ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 14, 2014

      38 photos

      We climbed aboard our ferry and said goodbye to our tropical oasis. We'd all loved our brief encounter with this little patch of Carribian beauty but the journey had to continue because there was many stunning places to visit just round the corner. Back on the main land we decided we'd take a local 'collectivo' mini van rather than the large bus. It was quicker, cheaper and one was ready to leave the moment we got off the ferry. Perfecto!!! The collectivo mini ...

      New Year, New Beginnings... Same Plonker.

      A travel blog entry by doove on Jan 14, 2014

      212 photos

      ... for another 20km…

      With the petrol light repeatedly bleeping, then somehow found a route through some bushes to get back the other side of the road, finally make the right turn only to get to a petrol station in the pouring rain which didn’t work. Thankfully the hire car made up for my retardedness, and held out that bit longer until we were finally able to get gas - Not exactly the smoothest way to rent a car!

      Incidentally when we left Cancun the ...