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Isla Holbox
thetravel.withlove
Q.R., Mexico
outdoors
Isla Holbox
Posted almost 4 years ago
An island paradise that is really worth seeing, this is our favorite
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earthchilddiaries
Q.R., Mexico
other
Isla Holbox
Posted about 4 years ago
Heaven on earth. A beautiful island with white beaches and turquoise water.
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vagabondsofsweden
Q.R., Mexico
outdoors
Isla Holbox
Posted about 4 years ago
The island that many tourists miss. So laidback and relaxed - that we named it our little paradise. And places like this is hard to come by these days. A beautiful beach, cozy little town and no rush at all. We could have stayed here longer but had to leave. We will be back some day.
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unefilleenvadrouille
Q.R., Mexico
other
Isla Holbox
Posted about 4 years ago
This tiny island in Mexico is a lost paradise, the water is the clearest i have ever seen and the sunset is incredible.
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reisesthi
Q.R., Mexico
outdoors
Isla Holbox
Posted over 3 years ago
This peninsula is a little paradise. There are almost no cars but only converted golf carts and there is a peaceful village life. Hundreds of whale sharks gather off the coast in the summer months, and you can also snorkel or dive with these giants. In addition, the island is known for the fact that you can see the plankton glowing in the sea at night. For this you rent the best a golf cart or can drive around. For us, the effect was not extreme but still an unforgettable natural phenomenon, which one must have seen. Attention : There are millions of mosquitoes on this beach at night. Good mosquito repellent and long clothes are a must. We were even stung on the face and through the loose clothing.There is also a beautiful beach where you can just enjoy the day.The Isla Holbox can be reached by rental car or ADO bus. You drive to "Chiquila" and take from there the ferry, which runs every 30 minutes and costs 140 pesos / person. I recommend 2-3 nights on the peninsula.
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lizaavery
Q.R., Mexico
destination
Isla Holbox
Posted over 3 years ago
The “next Tulum”
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