Destination: Quintana Roo, Mexico

Good day everyone! As the world is starting to open up from its state of self isolation and of course, travel advisory is still on, it’s a great feeling of hope that one day, we can travel the world once again. It may not be very soon but just enough to looking forward of future travels.

Today, my daughter and I will take you all to Quintana Roo, Mexico. It’s one of tourists favorite and famous vacation destinations. Definitely one of ours, too. Aside from its very rich history, culture and amazing food, it’s super cheap there, our dollar will give us the most of its value!

I travel mostly with one of my favorite persons in the world, my daughter. She’s very active who loves adventures, the ocean, nature and the smell of rainforest. Definitely, she’s a great travel buddy who challenged me to do things that normally a mother wouldn’t dare to do. But I enjoyed so much travelling with her as I am constantly being challenged to experience new adventures like ziplining, cave climbing, canoeing, snorkeling and more. Our travel to Quintana Roo, Mexico was one of my priceless experiences with my heart pounding when we swam on a lagoon inside a cave underground and climbing up a 20 feet hanging wooden slippery ladder to exit, with my weight pulling me down…. scary but priceless!

Quintana Roo is a Mexican state on the Yucatan Peninsula. There are a few places to explore, Tulum is one. It offers seaside Mayan ruins, sandy beaches and undersea caverns. Then there’s Cancun which is known for its nightlife and all inclusive vacation hotels. The other two major places not to miss when you are in Quintana Roo are Playa del Carmen and Cozumel, like Cancun, both are tourists favorite places to go.

So far, our favorite is Tulum, away from the city but full of adventures and history waiting for you to explore. Tulum is where you can find the Ancient Mayan ruins and Gran Cenote. One great adventure is to be able to climb one of the pyramids, the Coba and Ek Balam pyramids. The Chichen Itza is amazingly beautiful although you can no longer climb it for several years now. But just to be able to see it, priceless!

Gran Cenote is definitely not to miss to experience. There are a few other cenotes in Tulum where you can totally unwind with its fresh, clear and cold water. It’s amazing to swim and enjoy the cenote’s fresh cold water after your hot ocean swim. Enjoy your trip to Quinatano Roo, Mexico!

Tulum, Mexico

Cancun, Mexico

Playa del Carmen, Mexico

Published by Amazing Grace

Hi there, my name is Grace M Dy and I always called myself as “Dy Amazing Grace”. I am a blessed with two children David and Charmaine. I live to laugh, love, travel and cook and bake sometimes. I love the nature especially the oceans and the smell of the rainforest. I travel a lot with my daughter and would like to share the places that we’ve been. I do cook and bake not as a professional one but just as a simple mom and I would like to share them with you all.

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