Undiscovered Mexico: Best of the Yucatan
The perfect combination of sun, sand, and sea helped make Cancún one of Mexico’s premiere resort towns back in the ‘70s. Now another factor must be added into that equation: people—lots of people. Cancún’s Zona Hotelera (the high-rise hotel corridor) is hopping. And even once-sleepy villages further south—known collectively as the Riviera Maya—are experiencing a boom. If you want non-stop action, this is the place to be. If not, look west. There is a good deal of ground to cover, but fear not: we’ve done the legwork for you.
Vacationers who want to play "castaway"—or ones who believe that old saw about the journey being as important as the destination—can reset their GPS for Isla Holbox.