Now that you have come on vacation to Cancun, you can try out the sport that is becoming fashionable all over the world for its many benefits. It may seem easy to stand on a board and propel forward with the help of rowing but the truth is that it’s not.
Located on the lagoon and surrounded by colorful shops, romantic bridges, and tempting restaurants, Plaza La Isla is also home to one of the most anticipated museums: the Cancun Wax Museum.
The whimsical waters of, and the always beautiful, Nichupte Lagoon flow through the canals and bridges that make Plaza La Isla, giving a touch of romanticism that, for a few seconds, makes us think of Venice; But the magnetism of the natural beauty of the Nichupte Lagoon brings us back to the here and now, Cancun.
In Mexico it is unthinkable to sit in a restaurant and not find a rich green salsa, a habanero salsa or “drunk” salsa (a popular salsa made with beer served mild or hot), among others on the table. The reason? Chili has been a part of Mexican families diet for over 500 years, making it elemental to their palate.