After leaving the airport and catching a cab to the ferry port, you will speed past the busy hubub of Cancun on your way to the natural beauty, island serenity, and slower pace of life of Isla Mujeres. Just a few miles off the coast of Cancun across the turquoise waters of the channel, you will find the perfect spot for a wonderful vacation.
Villa Iguana overlooks the Mexican Caribbean. Your villa has a kitchen, and private porch with a hammock. Step through the archway and onto the sand! Two blocks from restaurants and shopping!
Once you get checked in you will find an island paradise full of opportunity. An Isla Mujeres vacation is more laid-back and relaxed than Cancun, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to do. At only 4.5 miles long Isla Mujeres is a small island with activities for all ages. You can leisurely explore the island on foot, rent a golf cart or scooter to zip around, or borrow a bicycle. Visit the sea turtle sanctuary or the home of the pirate Mundaca. Talk a local fisherman into taking you deep sea fishing. Take a day at El Garrafon park which offers snorkeling, bicycling, a zip line over the ocean, soaking in an infinity pool, swimming with dolphins, along with an open bar, snacks, and a lunch buffet. Explore a full range of local food options from around the world: traditional tacos near the ballpark, Argentinian steaks, Thai food, fresh-caught seafood, and don’t miss the Mango Cafe’s coconut/almond french toast with fresh-squeezed mango juice. The island is full of opportunities for you to craft your perfect getaway.
Places to Eat:
There are many wonderful restaurants on Isla Mujeres and if you are a seafood lover you will be in heaven, the fish is as fresh as it gets! You'll find everything from traditional Mexican and Yucatan cuisine to Mediterranean, Italian, Asian, French and of course American. There is something for everyone on Isla.
Things to Do:
Isla Mujeres offers many activities to fill your days. Scuba diving, snorkeling and fishing, swim with the dolphins or sharks, visit the Turtle Farm and delight in these magnificent creatures! There are art galleries to visit, workshops to attend, massages to have, shops to browse through, tours to nearby wonders and the beautiful white sand beaches to enjoy.
Most people living and working on Isla speak a few words of English, many are fluent but it is greatly appreciated when visitors try to speak a little bit of Spanish, at the very least; hello (hola), good-bye (adiós), please (por favor) and thank you (gracias).
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|Discounts: 14 nights or more: $75 Nightly|
|Property Damage Protection||$49.00|
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.
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