Costa Maya, Mexico

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** COSTA MAYA, MEXICO **

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    jfrink1
    04 Nov 2019
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    Costa Maya is port city with a beautiful a beach. Being on a port they are accustomed to foreigners especially due to cruise lines coming in and out. It can be very touristy, but you can somewhat avoid that by making an effort to shop and eat locally. Señor Frogs is big deal there, but you can avoid that place! You can take a shuttle to get to the center of the downtown, and from there you can easily access beach clubs, restaurant, shops and other amenities in any direction. Explore Mahahual the Fishing Village, the Mayan Ruins Chacchoben, the Spanish Fortress at Bacalar, and other activities snorkeling, ATV, etc.

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    Kcrone
    19 Oct 2019
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    Costa Maya is a port city, and most of the activities are at the Port. I didn’t take my children, but had I, we would have found about a 1/2 day worth to do at the port. There are a lot of shops, selling just about everything a tourist would want or need (shot glasses, purses, shoes, country themed regalia). In the middle of the port, performers presented the “Dance of the Flyers,” which is great for all ages. Men dressed in bird costumes climb a 30 meter pole and glide to the ground. It draws a huge crowd, and gives the audience a lesson in history and an undeniable thrill.

    The bars serve cheap drinks, but even better are the waiters in the beach. You can order food and drinks right on the beach sitting in a beach chair in the sand. Tourism is a large part of the economy.

    Traveling While Black: Costa Maya is a tourist destination, so it’s a melting pot. The locals are Latino/Hispanic, so it’s helpful, but not necessary to speak Spanish. Costa Maya is a TWB friendly destination, as some of the locals are Black Latinos. Costa Maya is for sure within the diaspora.

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