Journals Quintana Roo

Costa Maya - Back From Ruins

Created by MikeInTown on April 4, 2009

1 Review
1 Story

Costa Maya was our second port of call on a Western Caribbean cruise. We had a great time at the plaza and on the Chacchoben Mayan ruins shore excursion.

Xel Ha Ecological Park

Created by cary_c9 on January 4, 2007

1 Story

Our experience at Xel Ha.

Playa del Carmen

Created by Andrea Lahti on October 22, 2004

1 Review
1 Story

This is about our stay at the Mayan Palace.

A Bit of the Yucatan Peninsula

Created by _charlotte_ on October 11, 2004

4 Reviews

In January 2003 we took a quick and economical trek from the Cancun airport to Isla Mujeres, Isla Holbox, Valladolid, Coba, Paamul, Cozumel, and Puerto Morales.

Quintana Roo

Created by jackiesheras on April 24, 2004

2 Reviews

Quintana Roo, Chetumal, and Ek Balam.

Mom and Kids

Created by will & xio on April 14, 2004

1 Story

The kids enjoyed the pool immensely and I got to just relax. The beach at the resort wasn’t great, but just around the bend was a very nice spot. We also went to Playa Del Carmen and enjoyed shopping. The huts surrounding the pool added a very romantic touch.

R&R in Quintana Roo, Mexico

Created by noelle_1 on March 7, 2004

3 Reviews

We spent 10 days relaxing in Quintana Roo. We saw three Mayan ruins and visited Playa del Carmen. We stayed at a not-quite all-inclusive resort that has a nice family feel.

Mom and daughter in the Yucatan

Created by JulieHolm on January 6, 2003

16 Reviews

My daughter and I took a trip to Playa del Carmen Mexico, which began on June 21, 1996. We be stayed at the Continental Plaza Playacar for five of the 9 nights. We visited Tulum and Valladolid to accomodate seeing some Mayan Ruins, and a Flamingo Sanctuary.

Tulum, Zama City, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

Created by Rafal on November 21, 2001

1 Review

Tulum, the most visited Mayan city, is built on the shores of the Caribbean Sea.

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