Cancun,Mexico – 2017

If this is your first time in Cancun , here are some great tourist spots, if you like hiking and water activities. This is my second time in Cancun and definitely will be back in the near future. After checking -in at my hotel, I had planned  4 activities that I wanted to accomplish but wasn’t able to during my first visit….

1- Tulum Ruins

Tulum is a resort town on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, around 130 km south of Cancún.

The 13th-century, walled Mayan archaeological site at Tulum National Park overlooks the sea. It incorporates the clifftop Castillo, built as a watchtower, and the Templo de las Pinturas, with a partially restored mural. Inland, the Cobá archaeological site has pyramid-shaped temples with views over the surrounding jungle.

2-COBA Ruins -Tulum

This ancient Mayan site is about two hours and half from Cancun, and is different from the other archaeological big sites in Yucatan. First of all, it’s situated by four natural lakes, which is a rare sight in the Yucatan. These lakes are believed to have given the city its name, which means “Waters stirred by wind”. Furthermore, it is not as excavated nor reconstructed as Chichen Itza or Tulum. Coba still has a number of big structures covered with the growth of the jungle, making it a wild place that truly triggers your imagination. It doesn’t see nearly as many visitors as Chichen Itza or Tulum and if you’re early you might be all by yourself with only birds, monkeys and the dense jungle to accompany you at these mystical ruins.


3- Cenote “Tankach-Ha”

Combine visits to top archaeological sites with swimming in a beautiful cenote on this full-day tour from Cancun. … Cool off with a refreshing swim at the underground natural pool….

4 – Aqua World

It was an amazing experience riding on a speed boat at 240Mhp with a spin on a nice Lagoon

People says ” life is to short not to enjoy life ” so every chance I get I enjoy life ….


Maui Trip 2017-Lahaina 

I am so excited to share this trip.This trip is my second time in Maui but I went  to Lahaina which is the north side of Maui. 

At First I have settled in at Sheraton Hotel And about 40 mins from Kahauli Airport.

After settling in at this Hotel, I have planned my activities for the rest of the week. So many things to do in Maui and here are the Top 5 things to do in Lahaina Maui North side…

Top 5 Things to do in Maui :

5.  Whale Watching – check-in at MAKAI adventures Slip 16. They are Known for snorkeling – Whale Watching and Prive Charter which is 20 mins ride from Sheraton Hotel 

Whale Watching Begins..

4. Looking for Adventure !! this is  a great one and breathless dive from the cliff called Black Rock. Be extra careful cause no life guard on duty to watch you, but if your looking for memorable trip and you know how to swim I dare you to jump in and experience it .. cause I know I did it!!

3. Maui Ocean Center – Aquarium is about 30-40 minutes ride from Sheraton Hotel. Cost to get in for one adult is $27.00. Buy your tickets online, long line to get IN.Once your in there you will enjoy to tropical fish and corals…

2. Helicopter Ride at Kahului Heliport about 40-55 mins drive from Lahaina.Check  IN at Sunshine Helicopters, Upon my arrival the staff is very nice and friendly. If you have a budget to do this is a MUST.

Upon arrive , of course I have to take photo of the Helicopter that I will be riding in…

Ready to Fly ….

The view of Moloka’i and West Maui

1. Lu’au – Drums of the Pacific At Hyatt Regency a mile from Sheraton hotel and about 40-50 mins from kahalui.Just a suggestion if your going to buy a ticket choose the VIP ticket if you have a budget.First seating from general tickets , and able to pick seats and capture great photos.

First Noel Travel
Sunset by the Sea


Maui Trip -2016
First Time in Maui , and I was amaze how beautiful life can be when traveling and seeing beautiful Place for the first time. Great experience I had
First day I have toured the Maui Tropical Plantation The Maui Tropical Plantation Express Tram Tour will take you through the private grounds of the Plantation, showcasing a variety of native Hawaiian plants, tropical fruits, and fields of row crops. The tour also provides a live coconut husking demonstration.

Second Tour was Road to Hana

This is a must to see and plan a full day tour.This Place take you to a heartless nature water falls and watch the wave while enjoying lunch and a good view of the Pacific Ocean.


3rd Stop was Iao Valley State Monument

Iao Valley State Monument is the place to be if you like the tropical flora of Hawaii. Take a walk on the ʻIao Needle Lookout Trail and Ethnobotanical Loop learn about the plants that Hawaiians brought.


4th Watching the Sunset at the Luau,and Hawaiian Culture

It was Great Experience in 2016…..

Cancun, Mexico 2016

Cancun,Mexico -2016

This is My First Vacation outside the country and heartfelt vacation I had experience , The people are very nice and friendly even let you feel that your not other people while talking to them and see the best 4 things to do in Cancun.

First stop- Isla Mujeres

Isla Mujeres is an island in the Caribbean Sea, about 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) off the Yucatán Peninsula coast. The island is some 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) long and 650 metres (2,130 ft) wide.

To the east is the Caribbean Sea with a strong surf and rocky coast, and to the west the skyline of Cancún can be seen across the clear waters. In the 2010 census, the namesake town on the island had a population of 12,642 inhabitants.[1]

The island is part of the Isla Mujeres Municipality in the State of Quintana Roo, Mexico.

Second Stop Playa Del Carmen

Average Travel by car from Cancun to Playa Del Carmen is about 40 minutes.overwhelming beach with great places to eat native foods , and known  as a tourist spots and lots of small business in the area…

3rd Stop Yucatán

Yucatán, the Mexican state, is known for its Gulf of Mexico beaches and Mayan ruins. Famed Chichén Itzá encompasses a massive pyramid, ball court and stone temples.

Other Mayan sites include Ek Balam, noted for well preserved sculptures, and Uxmal, with its intricate carved facades. Yucatán’s capital and largest city, Mérida, has a Spanish colonial history reflected in buildings such as 16th-century Mérida Cathedral.

4th – Cenote (pronounced seh-NOH-teh)

In much of the Yucatan, rainwater collects in a system of underground caves and tunnels. Where these tunnels reach the surface is known as a cenote.

Cenotes usually allow swimming and diving, and at some you can rent related equipment. They contain fresh water, which is often cool since they are shaded in most cases.

Cenotes allow close-up access to fauna such as fish, turtles, and in some cases, bats. Some cenotes are mainly enclosed with only small openings on the surface and a larger above-water cavernous area that extends under the rock covering. Others are more open and allow more natural light.

Overall experience was Amazing and I recommend this places that next time you visit Cancun