Interesting facts about Mexico
Hello, my name is Birgit and I am responsible for the blog area of Leon Tours. I live on the island of Cozumel and work as a SECTUR certified tour guide. That means I have the accreditation from the Mexican government to give official tours in the archeological sites of Mexico. I am also a PADI dive instructor and love the underwater world as much as the above water world.
I am excited about Mexico’s diverse history, as well as its traditions and nature. During these tours to the archeological sites, I discover something new every day about this amazing country. In my blog I am giving an insight into my dreamland Mexico. The number of articles will continuously grow with interesting topics about Mexico, while I always have an eye on what is of interest for visitors in Mexico. I am always happy to receive feedback and suggestions. Have fun reading!
Only in a few places in the world, whale sharks can be seen and observed, such as in summer in the Riviera Maya in Mexico.
A special consideration for the vacation luggage to Mexico should be the right sunscreen. Because we have to protect our skin against the strong sun
Lovely, but mystical and full of secrets; the cenotes of the Yucatan Peninsula are a true gift of the nature. Swimming in a cenote, surrounded
This is how to imagine Mexican coasts – turquoise blue, crystal clear water, surrounded by coconut palms. This is usually what the Riviera Maya look
A road trip in Mexico, independently discovering new things, being completely flexible and follow your own pace. For many, the ultimate feeling of freedom. But
The Cozumel reef is part of the Mesoamerican Reef, the second largest reef system on earth after the Great Barrier reef. It is located in the Atlantic
Hidden Mayan ruins in the middle of the jungle, Caribbean-perfect beaches, colonial cities and refreshing cenotes all over the Yucatan peninsula. Anyone venturing into the