Xoximilco Park Brings Mexican Traditions to Cancun

Xoximilco Park The Xoximilco park experience. 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… [Read More]

Sandos Caracol: A Top Hotel in 2014

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 HolidayCheck.com. 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…. [Read More]

Help a Yucatan Village with Sandos

Help a Yucatan Village Help a Yucatan Village and the small communities that 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… [Read More]

Patron Saint of Mexico March

Patron Saint of Mexico Every December, millions of Mexicans celebrate the Virgin of Guadalupe and the Patron Saint of Mexico, 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,… [Read More]

Mexican Flower Origin of Christmas Decorations

Ahh, Mexico The Mexican flower origin of christmas decorations comes as quite a surprise to most. 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… [Read More]