About Fernanda C
Lives in Cancun, Mexico
Since Feb 2015
25-34 year old female
Originally from Mexico City , adopted by the city of Guadalajara and living in Cancun. Backpacker from the age of 20 . Event producer in the Mexican Caribbean . Cancun , where the Caribbean and art begin to merge .
Yoga & Pilates
Bars & Clubs
Yoga & Pilates
Reefs, Caverns & Caves, Scuba & Snorkeling
El Toh is a magical ecological park, a perfect place to take a walk and admire the plants that line the paths. You will also find hammocks and deck chairs where you can relax while admiring the birds and flowers. The park is also home to two amazing cenotes where you can go swimming, diving, and snorkeling.
Miniature Art Gallery is located right near the center of Tulum in Villa Aurora, a beautiful house with a typical roof palapa, surrounded by a beautiful and lush green tropical garden. Inside the gallery you will find beautiful, colorful, and original sculptures representing animals, nature, circus performers, and dancers.
If you are looking for a late yoga class, try the Candlelight Yoga session with Mirko and Luna at the Ahau Tulum retreat. The yoga is combined with chocolate and wine, and the whole experience makes for a nice transition from day to evening.
Start the day early at the undisputed main attraction in Tulum: the magnificent Mayan ruins. Tulum was the only Mayan settlement built on the seashore and these ruins were part of the fort that once protected it. The most spectacular thing about this ancient site is its location right on the beach, facing the rising sun.
On the way back towards Tulum, stop at one of the town's most beautiful beaches. Playa Paraiso is truly a taste of paradise, with its white sands, turquoise water, and palm trees. The beach is a popular place for water sports and you will find outlets here where you can rent all the equipment you need.
You will find Casa Jaguar in middle of the jungle of Tulum. This upscale, eco-chic restaurant and bar serves Mexican dishes with a twist; usually involving ripe, tropical fruit.
The Curandero bar is another example of the ecological philosophy that permeates Tulum. The interior, as well as the doors of this building, are created from recycled material which creates an all natural, earthy atmosphere. A popular spot with both locals and tourists.
SUP Yoga excursions are a great way of working on your physical and mental balance. What makes this a special experience is that instead of being inside a studio, you will be enjoying the sun and the ocean while practicing your yoga postures on a paddleboard!
The Papaya Playa Project is a hotel as well as a community forum based on sustainability. Papaya Playa is home to a restaurant, beach club, resort, sweat lodge, and yoga classes.
One of the most famous cenotes in the Riviera Maya. It's majesty and dimensions attract hundreds of tourists every day. It is divided into three cavities: the bat cave, the first eye, and the second eye, which offers space for snorkeling, diving, and swimming adventures.
This is a popular, local restaurant, full of personality. There is true Mexican soul in all the dishes – which are made with locally sourced products — and offered up at a good price!