These limestone sinkholes are great for swimming and diving, so we’ve rounded up some of the best ones to visit.
This twin cenote is found near Tulum, just off the main highway. It’s seriously impressive to snorkel and even better to dive. It’s fairly pricey at $21 per person, but certainly worth it.
Smack bang in the middle of the town of Valladolid is a cool cenote called Zaci. It costs $1.50 to get in and you can swim around before having lunch at the restaurant up top.
Just outside Tulum is this peaceful cenote perfect for spending a lazy day. It’s crystal clear, hence the name, and the surrounding woods are great for laying around.
Found near Playa del Carmen, this cenote has impressive stalactites. The whole cenote is kept in semi-darkness and it’s easy for the light to play tricks on your mind.
Another cenote near Tulum, these partially submerged tunnels are full of bats and underwater rock formations. There are docks to jump from, and you can sunbathe in between swimming trips.
Thailand is a hot spot for travelers seeking culture, serene natural beauty and incredible experiences. One of the more popular ways to spend the day, alongside enjoying local cuisine, is spending quality time with elephants. Whether feeding, washing or just visiting, elephants have gotten a lot of attention from tourists.
Once business concludes, a world of wonder awaits in many of Italy’s incredible cities.
Have you ever been listening to a song and felt chills run down your neck when the singer hits a high note? Or finished a book with a well-executed closing line and seen goosebumps appear on your arms? These body chills, known as Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, are a natural psychophysiological response in your body brought on by powerful, emotional experiences. In other words, happy tingles.
Celebrate Christmas in high style with these luxurious experiences at hotels around the world.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Celebrating the holidays can be lonely and not an event you’re anticipating. For some it means remembering the loss of friends and family that used to make the holidays filled with merry and joy. For others, the holidays are spent alone because of a circumstance. For instance, many study abroad students spent their holidays alone, away from family due to the cost it takes to go back home and then return to the host country. Fortunately, there are many ways to enjoy the holidays alone.