Secure healthy travel to the Tulsa and Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico

The last 12 months of media coverage of Mexico will make many people believe that Mexico will be a risky place to visit because of the recent H1N1 (swine flu) and drug trafficking and shooting stories that have focused mainly on a number of US border cities. . Regional events, unfortunately, had a negative impact on the local tourism economy in the half-country territory of the Yucatan Peninsula.

A fair (or unfair) comparison can be made if the LA Riots erupted after Rodney King's conviction in the United States in 1991 if people around the world perceived: "Don't go to the United States, there are streets and places where violence and robbery are burning." That week, I certainly wouldn't visit South Central Los Angeles, but it's not going to cancel my trip to San Diego.

As a lifelong resident of Colorado who has been a full-time resident for about two years in Cancun south of Cancun, I can say that this is a great place to live and visit. I have never felt "insecure" about myself, my family members or friends who have visited on many occasions. As for influenza here, the virus is not doing well in hot climates, and here, in the mid-80s, the average temperature here is a much safer place than most northerners.

Why visit this amazing place? The biggest reason is that it is a truly beautiful and magical place that is rapidly changing. We can only hope that what we love about this place will remain, as the years to come bring about inevitable changes that almost always bring about paradise. It's a little sad to have such comprehensive sites knowing that the spread will change the place. So forgive me the beautiful places in the world to share a little about a place called Paradise in Tull.

For those of you who have been to Tulsa, Mexico, the mere remembrance of this place will surely mean fond memories of lazy beach days and varied shades of turquoise blue waters. Tulum's beaches and warm blue water are truly wonderful, but there is much more to this place than just breathtaking beauty.

Tulum has boarding schools and "Eco Chic" cabana resorts such as Ocho Tulum, Playa Azul and OM Tulum, small Mayan and Mexican Yucatan hotels and resorts. Try Blue Tulum Hotel and Spa for the ultimate in luxury. Tulum is a scuba diving adventure in the Caribbean Mountains and the underground, exploring the world's largest underground river system that gathers in the cab sources known as cenotaphs. Tullum is an algae dwelling with deep-sea fishing, green lagoons and growing yoga in Mecca; It is mainly green and natural, protected by the low 1.3 million hectares of wetland protected by Sian Kaan.

It's an international melting pot where you can hear six languages ‚Äč‚Äčevery day, just as you walk down the street. Tulum is also growing a notorious reputation for a variety of fine restaurants serving local and international fare in Paradise. Find all sorts of traditional Mayan and Mexican dishes, but you'll also find many Italian, French, German, Thai, sushi and more.

Tulum is a short walk away from all the other things to relax and relax in Yucatan, though perhaps not as much for adventure activities like golf, world-class shopping and nightclubs as it is about 30 minutes to Pia del Carmen.

Yes, Tulum is a unique and wonderful way to spend that adventure vacation. It does a little bit of everything you want in a tropical destination vacation. For me, it's an adventure and getting out of it, and for others, never leaving the beach or shopping or golfing for a day or a week.

People should know that Tulum and the rest of Yucatan are a great vacation spot that is safe for both adventurous and milder sun seekers. See you in Tulum.