The great coral reef

At the northernmost point of the Yucatan peninsula you will find Cabo Catoche, a beautiful island full of vegetation and history (it was the site of the first Christian church in North America). It is also the point that marks the beginning of the great Mesoamerican Barrier Reef,...
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The unforgettable turquoise blue sea…

Looking towards the sea is relaxing; it provides tranquility, an escape. You can lose yourself in the immenseness of it all as it merges with the sky on the horizon.
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The Day of the Dead…

While Halloween is celebrated in Mexico as in the rest of North America and other parts of the world, what is celebrated with more vigor is Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) but what exactly is Día de Muertos? And what goes on?
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Cancun on the up… once again

The good news for Cancun’s tourism board continues, after a historic summer where hotel occupancy rates in Puerto Morelos and Cancun were at full capacity for long periods, October has shown record numbers of tourists for a period of the year normally considered the low-season.
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The market no one calls by its real name

Many tourists are attracted to Mexico because of its folklore, colors, flavors, and history.
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5 reasons to choose Oasis

Preparing a visit to a destination as stunning as Cancun takes time, money, and effort, what’s more, a lack of information can result in not getting the full holiday experience. So to help you in making your decisions here are 5 reasons to go with Oasis, remembering as always...
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