The travel documentary about the Yucatan Peninsula will show you some of the most beautiful destinations in the Mexican Caribbean.
The journey begins in the tourist center Cancun, with its 20 km long hotel zone on a headland, which encloses a 3,000-acre lagoon. Here you will find hotels in all price categories, but especially expensive luxury hotels. Very charming are also smaller inexpensive hotels, because sometimes they are located right on the beach. Here you can also see animals like iguanas or birds, which are native to the Caribbean.
The journey continues on two islands near Cancun, first on Isla Contoy. This island is uninhabited and since 1998 a national park. Isla Contoy is home to more than 150 bird species and nesting area for sea turtles. On the island only a supervised ecotourism is allowed. Only 200 guests are allowed to visit the island every day.
From Isla Contoy the journey continues to Isla Mujeres, the Island of Women. This island is inhabited, mainly by tourists. Many day-trippers visit the island by catamaran from Cancun.
The videos shown are part of the Blu-ray Yucatan and the DVD Yucatan. Both are available exclusively at Travel Movies.