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Carol asks…

Went to Cancun this year, want to try something different next year?

My husband and I want to visit Mexico around Sep next year. But we are looking for an area that’s quieter, lovely beaches and less touristy. Which part of Mexico should we look into? Thanks.

Tijuana answers:

There are many but just be aware that September is the very, very, low season since it is during hurricane season. Many hotels, resort, and restaurants close during this time and do remodeling. But, there should be sufficient choices given how few people travel during that time.

Try Tulum, Xcalak, or Akumal. All of these require you to fly into Cancun and travel 1-5 hours by bus/car. Check out the links below for more details. All of them are lovely! Enjoy.

Steven asks…

Can anyone provide me with driving directions from Cancun airport to the Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda?

Renting a car at the airport. Have not driven in, or visited Mexico previously. Visiting in February 2008.

Tijuana answers:

Blue Bay Grand Esmeralda is a new resort located south of Cancun on the Cancun – Tulum highway. Exit from the airport. Turn Right on the highway toward Playa del Carmen. Drive straight until you see Blue Bay on the other side of the road.

Richard asks…

Is there or has there ever been a Mapeasy Guidemap for any where in Mexico?

I know Mapeasy has a website but I can’t seem to find one for any place in Mexico. I know that they have more maps then the website shows because I have a Mapeasy Guidemap to Lisbon which their website doesn’t show. I’m visiting Mexico this summer and really wanted to use a Mapeasy Guidemap, preferably Mexico City or a city on the coast (Cancun, Acapulco, Puerto Vallarta) but any Mapeasy Guidebook would work.

Tijuana answers:

I’d say that any company that leaves out Mexico is of questionable value. It’s certainly not that there is too much competition here.

If you just need a guide book and/or a map …. GuiaRoji has great maps and Lonely Planet has guide books. Both can be purchased on Amazon

http://beta.guiaroji.com.mx/
http://www.lonelyplanet.com/

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