SOS: Traveler in Danger

Green World

SOS: Traveler in Danger

Mexico is home for marine turtles. Of the seven species that exist in the world, six nest on Mexico’s coasts, four of them in the Mexican Caribbean.


This is the man you need to meet. Rapheal on the beach will set you up with everything you need. We sat on the beach and he organized everything for us (spa, dinner, champagne). He also will clean your sunglasses better than you ever thought possible… trust me after the brutal waves you will need this. He also brings out frozen grapes in the afternoon for a little cool down in between tequila shots and piña coladas. We didn’t have to lift a finger or get up from the beach once- he did it all. Made our trip so much enjoyable not having to stress about planning all the activities- he took care of it all.

Jun 20, 2019 – dowlingb86 – Member

Our México

Punta Laguna: Spider Monkey and Jaguar Sanctuary

Today we leave behind the beaches of the Mexican Caribbean and enter the magical Yucatan jungle.


Anniversary trip with friends. Accommodations and service far exceeded our expectations! The rooms are clean, comfortable and beautiful. Raphael our pool butler is on top of things and always willing to get whatever we want or need! He also scheduled out massages. Roberto the concierge is so helpful. He goes above and beyond to he whatever you need! Made reservations at upscale restaurant and provided transportation. Room butler awesome as well! Always something special waiting!

Jun 4, 2019 – Sandy F – Member


I was pleasantly surprised at the excellent condition of the rooms and the service of the staff. Both were lovely. It is a beautiful setting by the lagoon and marina. Food was very good, and the transportation between their 4 hotels was a real plus. We could catch the bus to the Sunset Royal and walk to the Mexican market to shop. We booked our all-day tour prior to leaving the US, so I cannot comment on their tour services.

Jun 5, 2019 – lmace1 – Member


Quintana Roo Says Good-Bye to Plastic

Straws, plates, cups, cutlery and all single-use plastic items, as well as styrofoam, have been banned in the state of Quintana Roo thanks to the approval of the Residue Law for Prevention…

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