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Inside Background
    Since the founding of Puerto Morelos (1898), gum (latex) was the economic...
Last edited: 24 February 2010
Puerto Morelos is a laid-back, peaceful village located on the Mayan Riviera...
Last edited: 11 July 2014
The Roman Catholic church in Puerto Morelos ( Parroquia San Jose Obrero...
Last edited: 28 March 2013
Free WiFi in Puerto Morelos Cantina Habanero, Free WiFi and computer/printing...
Last edited: 29 September 2013
Inside Things to Do
Puerto Morelos is a small laid-back town between Cancun and Playa del Carmen...
Last edited: 30 June 2015
Every Friday at 7:30 there is a Meet Greet and Eat meeting hosted by Puerto...
Last edited: 7 September 2011
Puerto Morelos nights can be peaceful, quiet, romantic evenings..Or you can...
Last edited: 13 March 2010
Puerto Morelos snorkeling is spectacular because the reef in front is declared...
Last edited: 29 September 2013
Snorkeling has become quite a thing in Puerto Morelosand it's good snorkeling...
Last edited: 30 September 2013
Puerto Morelos: What to Bring? Maps of Puerto Morelos - available on...
Last edited: 31 October 2008
Almost Heaven Adventures prides itself on a offering personalized private...
Last edited: 28 January 2010
Mayan Massage Puerto Morelos The Jungle Spa is part of the non-profit Ixchel...
Last edited: 19 May 2013
The Little Mexican Cooking School has been a raging success since it opened in...
Last edited: 23 January 2011
Inside Dining Scene
Restaurant, eatery and bar guide to Puerto Morelos There are lots of dining...
Last edited: 23 January 2014
This restaurant, the oldest in Puerto Morelos, has retained a loyal clientele...
Last edited: 6 April 2009
Inside Mexico: For Foreign Visitors
The national currency of Mexico is the Mexican Peso;  and Banco de Mexico is...
Last edited: 20 July 2016
Passports are required for all U.S. citizens traveling to or from the United...
Last edited: 27 March 2012
Puerto Vallarta  When a car accident occurs in Puerta Vallarta all cars...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
Phrases and words that may be helpful to you while in Mexico include: The...
Last edited: 2 May 2016
52 (Five Two) is the International Country Code for calling Mexico. 00 (zero...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
GUIDE TO TIPPING IN MEXICO Tipping guidelines for Mexico are nearly the same...
Last edited: 26 June 2016
Benito Juarez airport (MEX) serving Mexico City is modern and efficient. There...
Last edited: 18 June 2016
You can use a checking bankcard, credit card or debit card, and will find ATM's...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
If you travel by bus in Mexico you will have one of the most pleasant surprises...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
Mexico’s national currency is the Peso.  Though some merchants both along the...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
Although Mexico is a big country, it can be easily travelled by car - if you...
Last edited: 23 November 2015
UNITED STATES United States Embassy in Mexico : Paseo de la Reforma 305, Col...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
There are "locales"  (or locations) for calling long distance that use VOIP...
Last edited: 26 January 2016
If you are stopped by the police, do your best not to hand over your original...
Last edited: 27 January 2016
Concerns for safety and security in Mexico have risen steadily over the past...
Last edited: 16 October 2011
There appears  to be some question regarding car rental and driving in Mexico...
Last edited: 27 January 2016
The following is from Profeco, the Mexican Governments Consumer Agency for...
Last edited: 25 March 2016