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Yucatan Diving & Travel - Seattle USA 

Looking for Dive Buddies About Me:  Ecotourism, Education, Conservation, Adventures, passion for good food, Love to work with people, culture and good music
Favorite Dive Gear
Mares,Dive rite, scuba pro
Favorite Dive Locations
Tulum cenotes, Cozumel and the Riviera Maya
Activities
Dive,Dive & travel
Interests
Conservation of the ecosystems
Favorite Music
all kinds
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48hours, forensic detectives
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The big blue. blue planet, The cove
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The way of a superior man
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Playa del Carmen, Mexico11 days- 10 nights Playa Palms beachfront hotelNovember 19-29, 2010A musical adventure in a magical trip for the soul with sound, nature and fun in the sun—an experience to warm your senses and heart!International artists performing on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, dancing barefoot on the white Caribbean sand under the stars and only a few steps away from your hotel Playa Palms, a cozy hotel with all the amenities that a modern traveler needs; 1 bedroom suite fully equipped with kitchenette, wi.fi, etc, private beach and located in the heart of Playa del Carmen.Admire the Mayan civilization in a close encounter in one of our off-the-beaten-path sites, get close to nature at the Biosphere where the sky was born according to the ancient civilization and a UNESCO heritage site,Feel the adrenaline of deep sea fishing in the gulf stream current and make it your own catch of the day for dinner prepared by a local cook.Adventure awaits you at X’caret ecopark; where you can admire the altars of the Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead; find out how the pre-Columbian cultures worship the dead, swim in the underground river and admire the traditional folkloric dance of Mexico recreated in the original settings; visit the butterfly habitat or simply enjoy the sun with your favorite drink and delight yourself with the gourmet food prepared with local products.An amazing journey to the underground awaits you in the world-renowned Cenotes—Y ... (read more)
Playa del Carmen, Mexico11 days- 10 nights Playa Palms beachfront hotelNovember 19-29, 2010A musical adventure in a magical trip for the soul with sound, nature and fun in the sun—an experience to warm your senses and heart!International artists performing on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, dancing barefoot on the white Caribbean sand under the stars and only a few steps away from your hotel Playa Palms, a cozy hotel with all the amenities that a modern traveler needs; 1 bedroom suite fully equipped with kitchenette, wi.fi, etc, private beach and located in the heart of Playa del Carmen.Admire the Mayan civilization in a close encounter in one of our off-the-beaten-path sites, get close to nature at the Biosphere where the sky was born according to the ancient civilization and a UNESCO heritage site,Feel the adrenaline of deep sea fishing in the gulf stream current and make it your own catch of the day for dinner prepared by a local cook.Adventure awaits you at X’caret ecopark; where you can admire the altars of the Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead; find out how the pre-Columbian cultures worship the dead, swim in the underground river and admire the traditional folkloric dance of Mexico recreated in the original settings; visit the butterfly habitat or simply enjoy the sun with your favorite drink and delight yourself with the gourmet food prepared with local products.An amazing journey to the underground awaits you in the world-renowned Cenotes—Yucatan peninsula is home of some of the most complex and longest caves in the world. Dry caves hidden in the jungle, over 12,000 years old, are newly rediscovered and available for you to visit. Cenotes are sinking holes that water has carved through for thousands of years, later to be filled by rainwater. We plunge into these places in a fantastic snorkel day, ending with lunch at the beach.This program is designed as an intimate way of exploring Riviera Maya guided by a local native, to experience the real Mexico. Off-the-beaten-path places to visit with a personal touch and service that immerses you in the Mayan History like no other tour option available. Tours escorted exclusively for a small group of 6-12 guests with private Mayan chauffeur/guide the length of the tour and 24/7 concierge service. Your guide throughout the trip will be local and native Manuel ´´Caballito´´ Rodriguez. With over 25 years of experience, Manuel claims a passion for conservation and preservation of the ecosystems and his culture. He welcomes travelers who enjoy being in touch with the culture that they visit, and are willing to learn and take back home a pleasant experience of the ´´real´´ Yucatan. He provides his guests with exclusive and private insight wherever they are, be it at the archeological sites or the colonial cities, in a dry or submerged cave, having dinner at an upscale restaurant or tacos in the middle of the road. Manuel is committed to making sure that guests have a safe, fun, and unforgettable experience.´´My mission is to put you in a close encounter during your vacation with the people, nature, culture and food that I’m so proud of.´´ Pricing:•Ocean View Room: $1995 per person--precious beach hideaways, stylishly furnished with personal details, with a captivating, relaxing ambience, and amazing ocean views from large terraces which feature a hammock, chairs and dining table. With Partial Ocean View, One Queen Bed and most of the rooms have a Day Bed (built-in sofa) Maximum occupancy 3 people•Suite: $2095 per person--spacious and artistically furnished, suites feature one bedroom, a living room  (read less)
 
on 8/28/2010
Sustainable travel is about having fun and enjoying our favor places in earth and help those places to stay that way...have a great safe dive wekeend
Written by Yucatan Diving & Travel on 5/7/2010
Every body complaints about the weather changes and how the pristine places get ruin by massive constructions and big corporations taking over, WELL if you still thinking about yourself and your commodity´s you are part of the problem and no the solution, rethink a little bit and see the big picture..use local business and help preserve cultures and place, no mention reefs and ecosystems.
Written by Yucatan Diving & Travel on 5/5/2010
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That´s all well and good, and a very good point. But I do have to, light heartedly, point out that you are promoting using local businesses and such on a site hosted by one of the most successful online businesses on the planet. :o) Have a terrific weekend!
Written by whoelsebutbob on 5/7/2010
Welcome to the Dive Slates!!!!
Written by whoelsebutbob on 4/2/2010
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By using one of the most successful business on the planet gives voice to a sustainable way of travel and connects you to the conservation of global heritage, we give our clients a choice, and information about what is happening to our play grounds...The oceans and nature
Written by whoelsebutbob on 5/7/2010
Hi, I went to Playa del Carmen and Chichenitza on the continent few years ago, like 30 or more years, it was a place with a few huts and a hotel in front of the ocean and have seen pictures of it and it is a city. Hi, I am inviting you to see the first city in America, Santa Marta, at the foot of the tallest mountain in the tropic and the fortress build against the pirate´s attacks in Cartagena and dive along these two sites in the Colombian Caribbean, to do some spearfishing, photo, underwater video, wreck diving, etc., let me know the dates of your stay here to set you up and show you around, thanks
Written by costeno on 4/1/2010
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Thnks for the inviattion, I will love to go,. I´m trying to make this business work, and takes a long time, but I will keep your invitation in mind....have a great day.
Written by costeno on 4/2/2010

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