I’ve updated my Cancun and Mayan Riviera guide

Hello friends. Thanks for visiting my blog. Look to the right of this page and you’ll see the cover of my guide to Cancun and the Mayan Riviera.

When I wrote it three years ago, I had no idea it would become so popular, at times hovering in the top 5 (or top 3!) guidebooks for Mexico.

So with that in mind, last week I finished a comprehensive update, and now it’s available for download from Unanchor.com or Amazon.com (links below).

playa trees

As always, my Cancun and Mayan Riviera 5-Day Itinerary is for the independent traveler who likes the beach but also wants some culture. Besides saving a lot of money, you will:

  • Have two full days on two gorgeous beaches: Cancun and Playa del Carmen.
  • Explore two Mayan ruins: Chichén Itzá, one of the new Seven Wonders of the World, and Tulum, a sunny fortress built on cliffs overlooking one of the most iconic beaches in Mexico.
  • Dip your toe into local culture in Valladolid, a small colonial town in central Yucatán.
  • Swim, snorkel, or scuba dive in the clear, freshwater Dos Ojos cenote.
  • Eat what Mexicans eat: seafood, tacos, and Yucatán specialties like panuchos and salbutes.
  • Shop, party, get tan, and learn some Spanish, history, and culture. And, if time permits, explore more places in the region, including Isla Mujeres, Cozumel, the Cobá ruins, Xpu-Ha beach, and Mérida.

xpu ha

What’s new in this new edition? I went back to all the restaurants and hotels I’d recommended. A few restaurants had disappeared, and one cheap hotel had become a cheap and quite rundown hotel. So out of the guide it went.

Then I added more restaurants and hotels, especially in Playa del Carmen, and I updated the prices for public transportation. I put in lots of new information on other places to visit in the Mayan Riviera and Yucatan, with directions to more cenotes, lovely Xpu-ha beach, incredible Isla Mujeres, and the adventurous Cobá ruins, among others. And now there’s advice on how to visit the big nature parks like Xel-ha, Xcaret and Xplor, as well as even more tips on dealing with hustlers, bargaining in markets, searching out authentic food, and communicating if you don’t speak Spanish.

islands

Maybe you’re thinking, hey, I already bought the guide, what about me? Well, if you bought it on Unanchor.com, the update is already there, so just go to your account.

If you bought it on Amazon, and would like a copy of the update, please email me a screenshot of your proof of purchase, and I’ll send you the new version. (Or, just buy it — it’s still cheap at $6.99) Thanks.

Contact: NoHayBroncaBlog@gmail.com

From Amazon:

Cancun Unanchor Travel Guide – Cancun and Mayan Riviera 5-Day Itinerary

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About Ted Campbell

U.S.-Canadian writer, translator and university teacher in Mexico. Travel stories and practical tips on my blog No Hay Bronca: nohaybronca.wordpress.com Twitter: @NoHayBroncaBlog // Contact: nohaybroncablog (at) gmail.com

Posted on February 10, 2016, in Mexico, Reading material, Travel, Travel in Mexico and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I am a loyal follower of your blog, which I really enjoy. Even thought I have been there before, there is so mucho to do that sometimes it is difficult to decide what to do. I guess your guide will help to better plan my next trip to la Riviera Maya.
    Do you have other destinations in mind? I think northern Mexico is so far unexplored. I would be glad to read about that.

    • Thanks for your comment Alan. I usually go south, especially Chiapas and Oaxaca. I haven’t traveled so much in the north, although my first times in Mexico were in Ciudad Juarez and Tijuana. What do you recommend?

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