Hidden Beaches of Mexico


Mexico is an outstanding destination for a beach vacation with more than 5000 miles of coastline spread over the Caribbean, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The country is known for its “Puerto Escondido” which is hidden ports called in Spanish.

Escape from the crowd; find the perfect virgin beach, where you can relax in a hammock or wobble in the turquoise blue ocean in the nature’s lap. There are a few beaches which I will share with you.

If you want to experience a whole new world, then Riviera Maya is a must visit which is the best hidden beach between Tulum and Puerto Adventuras. It is protected area for turtle protection program. Nothing can be more fun than watching baby turtles hatching from eggs and shuddering towards the ocean.

Costa Maya is a perfect beach to enjoy afternoon laziness and ravishing beauty of white sandy coasts. This really drives you crazy when you enjoy snorkeling, diving, kayaking and fishing in the silver water.

Puerto Escondido as the name suggests is a secret port area which is not accessible easily. There are several marvelous beaches with splendid beauty. You can see fishermen, fishing for their catch for the day in market, huts to eat some of the freshly grilled fishes and lots more.

Thus to enjoy the exciting and stupendous virgin beaches of Mexico all you need is a “vacation” and a map to reach there.


Post by- Ishita

3 thoughts on “Hidden Beaches of Mexico

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  2. ech..the best beach , affordable and not touristy at all – yet close to real Spanish Mexico / not little America like Cancun or Playa – is in San Crisanto , Yucatan.

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