Sandos Webinar: Free Training for Travel Agents

Throughout the past few months, we’ve been hosting Webinars to help Spanish travel agents to learn more about Sandos Hotels & Resorts. With this information, they can offer better service to their customers and learn more about the philosophies and services found at each of the hotels. The seminars were done directly online, with the… [Read More]


Xoximilco Park Brings Mexican Traditions to Cancun

Last weekend, we were invited to a pretty awesome party in the Cancun area. There were colorful boats, mariachi music, games and all the tequila and beer you could drink. If that sounds like one of the best parties imaginable, that’s because it is. The same people who run big Riviera Maya parks like Xcaret… [Read More]

Sandos Caracol: A Top Hotel in 2014

Yup, we’re pretty excited over at Sandos Caracol! Our Riviera Maya eco resort was just named as one of the TopHotels for 2014 on Sandos Caracol ranked among the best hotels in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico, which includes big travel destinations like Cancun, Riviera Maya and Costa Maya. not only sells… [Read More]


Help a Yucatan Village with Sandos

Small communities add so much culture and joy to the Yucatan Peninsula, and it’s always an honor to be able to give back in whatever way we can. Through our “Ayúdanos a Ayudar” campaign (which means “Help Us Help Others” in Spanish), Sandos is able to support Yucatan villages with donations for kids and adults… [Read More]


Sandos Teams March for the Patron Saint of Mexico

Every December, millions of Mexicans celebrate the Virgin of Guadalupe with pilgrimages to the country’s basilicas and churches. They bring candles, offerings and more through the streets toward their churches in honor of the Mexican patron saint who appeared to Juan Diego on December 12, 1531. In fact, the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe… [Read More]


Your Christmas Decorations Are More Mexican Than You Think!

Ahh, Mexico. Land of sparkling beaches, mouthwatering tacos, centuries-old traditions and … Christmas flowers? Many of us associate the deep red tones of poinsettia flowers with cozy mittens, stockings over the fireplace and the wintry weather of Christmastime, decking our halls with these vivid plants throughout the month of December. What you may not know,… [Read More]


The Festival of Life and Death: Celebrating Day of the Dead, Mayan-Style

Once again, Xcaret park set out to prove that Halloween has nothing on Day of the Dead. Every year from October 30 – November 2, the immense nature and cultural park of Xcaret hosts the Festival of Life and Death to celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead. Everything is done in the style of the… [Read More]


Mexico and the UN Lead the Way in the Fight Against Human Trafficking

Mexico is speaking out against human trafficking. Joining the Blue Heart Campaign created by the United Nations, Mexico formed its own national campaign that will strive to create awareness on the realities and dangers of human trafficking through Blue Heart initiatives.   The Blue Heart Campaign aims to encourage involvement and inspire action in stopping… [Read More]