If you’ve never heard of cenotes, you’re probably wondering what they are, so let’s start there! Cenotes are natural sinkholes or pits in the earth that are filled with water. Cenotes are very common in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, with an estimated 6000 in the region. To sum it up, cenotes are incredibly beautiful … Continue reading Cenotes to explore near Cancun, Mexico
Isla Mujeres is a small island located 13km off the coast of Cancun, Mexico. This Mexican island is surrounded by crystal clear water and has a real Caribbean flair to it. Given the small size of Isla Mujeres (~7km by 0.65km), you can visit this island as a day trip from Cancun. I ended up … Continue reading Things to do on Isla Mujeres: Mexico’s Caribbean Paradise
Manitoulin Island is one of Ontario, Canada’s most pristine pieces of natural beauty. Located in Lake Huron, Manitoulin Island holds the title of the worlds largest fresh water island, measuring in at 2766 squared kilometres. Manitoulin Island is home to a plethora of inland lakes and smaller islands, making for a truly unique island experience. … Continue reading Things to do on Manitoulin Island, Ontario
Owen Sound, Ontario is a small city located approximately 2.5 hours from Toronto and is home to four beautiful waterfalls. Within the city of Owen Sound, you'll find Inglis Falls, Jones Falls, Weavers Creek Falls and Indian Falls. All are a short drive from city limits, making it possible to visit all four waterfalls in … Continue reading 4 Waterfalls to Visit in Owen Sound, Ontario
If you haven’t heard of Bruce County, it's probably because it's one of Ontario’s best kept secrets. Bruce County is situated in Southwestern Ontario, nestled on the edge of Lake Huron, one of Canada’s Great Lakes. Bruce County boasts beautiful beaches and is famous for its alluring coastal views and rugged escarpment. In Bruce County, you’ll … Continue reading 7 Places You NEED to Explore in Bruce County, Ontario!!
Growing up, many people are eager to up and leave behind their hometowns for bigger and brighter futures. For me, this is true in a sense, but not completely. I’ve always had the desire to head off and explore every corner of the world. But, one desire that is strongest of all, is to return … Continue reading Wasaga Beach: I LOVE My Hometown!!