The sky-blue sea with the white sand of the Mexican Caribbean must have been on your cell phone screen a few times on social media. Cancún, Playa del Carmen and Tulum have become obsessive destinations for Brazilians.
But on the same Mexican east coast, a little further into the Gulf of Mexico, there is a little-known (and explored) part of the Yucatan Peninsula that has attracted more and more tourists looking for a little more peace and quiet.
With more than 3,000 cenotes (underground deep water caves), a rich Mayan heritage in constructions and pyramids and . . .