Biologist, musician, photographer, community manager, dog owner. Can cook, play, read, write, dive, swim and ride bicycles. Also likes to drive cars and to hug people... but only if knows them well. Always ready to answer questions even if sometimes the answer is not what you wanted to hear... but is for sure what he thinks you need to hear at the moment.
Can pick you at the airport, drive you around town, give you some insights and even introduce you to some friends!
Whatever, just drop a line and we'll find out how can I be of service.
Where are you gonna be? There are beautiful cenotes in La ruta de los cenotes which is between Cancun and Puerto Morelos with several beautiful places with virtually no people at all. Most of the people in this area is congregated into Selvatica or Gorillax. Don't... See More
Short answer: 0. None. Long answer: It is safe to travel here and the tourism industry in the Mexican Caribbean and other parts of the country has not been affected. Although Mexico has been included in the list of countries at risk from the Zika virus, the number... See More
I'd like to start by stating that I wouldn't consider the beach area over developed in Tulum. Don't get me wrong: they're a couple major hotels in the area but it is nothing like Cancun which is, by my standards, the definition of over-developed and touristy. ... See More
I can suggest Playa del Carmen. People come from all over the world to this place to enjoy themselves and meet people and having fun. Is pretty touristy and - in my own experience - pretty safe. One thing that makes Playa stands up from all the other... See More
By enjoying myself. I'm probably not a good reference since I love traveling solo. I do it at my own pace, my decisions only affect me. Mostly: I love walking. Walking the cities I visit all by myself while listening some music is plainly awesome. Go into the... See More
My favorite place is El Cantil De Los Tiburones (which i'm pretty sure is misplaced in the map, it is on 125th avenue instead of Juarez). Please bear in Mind I'm Mexican and from Veracruz so I love the seafood from this place. Traditional, delicious... See More
If you're into coffee and breakfast, you should try La Parroquia de Veracruz. It's a very traditional place. Be patient: most of the time they're crowded and the service might be a little slow. Visit please San Juan de Ulúa.... See More
How many people in your party? I might recommend you to a friend of mine professional guide who can take you to snorkeling, ruin exploring and some more activities. The thing is that for a single person it might be kind of expensive. Now: for pre-made tours and not so... See More