Carr. Tulum-Boca Paila Km. 5
Fresh style and a private beach encourage a lazy, laid-back holiday.
Desert island chic defines the setting at this solar-powered, beachfront hotel.
A member of the Rain Forest Alliance, this sustainable hotel boasts charming island design and Temazcal spa rituals.
Yoga sessions and gourmet vegetarian cuisine enhance the health and wellness mood at this pretty resort.
Wellness is emphasized and pampering ensured at this adults-only, all-suite resort.
This solar-powered hotel offers simple rooms, relaxing hammocks and a beachfront setting.
Eco-friendly beachfront villas offer a quiet escape for low-key travelers.
Experience ancient healing practices that are exclusive to this spa.
A sanctuary for the senses, treatments here will leave you feeling like a new person.
Thousands of travelers flock to this ancient walled Mayan city perched on the Caribbean coast, and so should you.
Akumal means “place of the turtles,” and these large creatures are one of the main attractions in this protected bay.
There are an estimated 7,000 cenotes on the Yucatán Peninsula.
This 600-mile-long barrier reef is the second longest coral reef in the world.
Beach siestas, ancient ruins, Caribbean water play and endless margaritas could keep you occupied forever, but you’d miss out on an important piece of history in this authentic colonial city.
More Mayan ruins?
In 1976, while the U.S. was celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, the town of Zacapa, Guatemala, had its 100th birthday — and what better way to party than with rum?
Sugar and spice make everything nice in this Zacapa rum based cocktail.
We grew up with the iconic coffee liqueur, and remember walking back across the border with a newly-purchased bottle the first time we visited Mexico.
Saison is an earthy, spiced bottle-conditioned ale from the Flemish countryside traditionally brewed to drink in late summer’s harvest season.
In Spanish, Los Amantes means “the lovers” which is quite appropriate for this much-loved marque.
It’s the agave espadín, a close relative of tequila’s Weber agave, that is the workhorse of mezcal production.