This post will take you on a tour of beautiful Mexico, sharing with you some of the most incredible places to stay whether you’re planning a trip to Tulum, Playa del Carmen or Cancún in the Riviera Maya, visiting San Miguel de Allende or Querétaro in the mountains, or starting off in the country’s capital, Mexico City.
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Sanará, which means “you will heal” in Spanish, is a luxury eco-boutique in the Riviera Maya, situated on one of the world’s most beautiful beach fronts, overlooking the crystal clear, bright blue waters of the Caribbean Sea. Harper’s Bazaar voted Sanará Hotel the third best hotel in the entire world, and it’s easy to see why. From immersive yoga lessons by the sea to transformative, holistic and adaptogenic food from their award winning restaurant The Real Coconut, Sanará Hotel has everything one needs for a relaxing, healing retreat.
Wondering where to find more information about all of the places I’ve visited? Here’s a comprehensive list of the destinations I’ve written about, including both domestic and international destinations. Some places still have more I intend to write about, but many destinations I have written about extensively to help you plan your next adventure!
This luxurious, 5 star Riviera Maya resort has all of the ameneties one would expect in a luxury resort, yet it’s less expesnvie than most 2 and 3 star hotels in Mexico’s best beach destinations.
I’m headed off on more adventures this year, and I’ll be traveling for nearly 8 months straight! See where I’m headed, and let me know if you have any recommendations for me!
Mexico City was a beautiful place to explore from start to finish, and is somewhere everyone from art and culture loves to foodies and history buffs should explore at least once in their life. Read my tips on how to stay safe and places to avoid, as well as where we stayed, day trips from the area.
During the agonizingly long days I was terribly ill in Mexico, I was deeply afraid that I would become so sick that I would require hospitalization, where my husband wouldn’t be able to understand what was going on or how to help me, due to the language barrier. Use these tips and learn from my mistakes to avoid having your own travels cut short due to food poisoning or other food or water bourne illnesses.
ll of the places i’ve explored this past year, and my favorite photographs (or two) from each destination, along with the ability to purchase prints and bring home a piece of our beautiful world.
Find out why we fell in love with Tulum, and how you can make the most of your visit to this tropical paradise! This was our first trip to somewhere in the Caribbean, and I already can’t wait to get back again soon! Everyone was so kind, the food so fresh and delicious, and there was always something fun and productive going on for us to do during our stay like
Although we had to cut our trip short because I became extremely sick and needed to come home, we had such an incredible time in Mexico this past month! We were able to stay in 8 different cities and pass through a number of others, and it was an adventure unlike any other. I’d been…