piaUn placer! Soy Pia. Nacida en argentina, pero ciudadana del mundo. Vivo en México, en el Caribe exactamente. Aunque dejé mi vida allí por tres meses va aventurarme en europa. Me encanta en arte en todas sus formas. Soy vegetariana y también me gusta cocinar. Descubrí esta App con otra amiga viajera y la verdad que me da mucha más seguridad que seamos solo mujeres. Aún no tengo casa propia en México pero cuando llegue y me acomode podré recibirlas con amor también 🙏♥️
KarlaHey!, My name is Karla and I'm interested in animals, cinema, dancing, education, events & social, fashion, food & cuisine, languages, nature, nightlife, shopping, sightseeing, sunbathing, swimming, van life and writing
VianeyHello, I'm Vianey and I'm interested in animals, camping, games, history, languages, nature, photography, science, writing, cinema, business, books and art
Can host for 7 daysHello, I'm Vianey and I'm interested in animals, camping, games, history, languages, nature, photography, science, writing, cinema, business, books and art
RominaMe encanta conocer países nuevos, conocer la cultura y la gente. Siempre trato de ir a la playa (mi lugar favorito en el mundo). Hacer amigos es algo que me hace muy feliz y no me es difícil. Lo que más disfruto es bailar como si fuera que nadie está mirando, también disfruto mucho pasar tiempo con amigos y familia, entrenar, jugar con mis perritos, ayudar a alguien siempre que pueda y la moda. Aprendí que la vida es una y solo se vive una vez, podes hacer todo lo quieras si te hace feliz, siempre que no dañes a otro. Entiendo perfecto el idioma inglés pero me da vergüenza hablarlo, pero estoy tratando de cambiar eso.🏼🤘🏼🌸🐚🧚🌷🧜🏼♀️🧸 I love getting to know new countries, getting to know the culture and the people. I always try to go to the beach (my favorite place in the world). Making friends is something that makes me very happy and it is not difficult for me. What I enjoy the most is dancing like no one is watching, I also really enjoy spending time with friends and family, training, playing with my puppies, helping someone whenever I can and fashion. I learned that life is one and you only live once, you can do whatever you want if it makes you happy, as long as you don't harm another. I understand the English language perfectly but I'm embarrassed to speak it, but I'm trying to change that.
AgusI live in Buenos Aires, Argentina I love travel, music, beach, sea, nature, summer, bike
based on 4 experiences
I traveled to Cancun on my own last year and it was completely fine, stayed in a hostel in the hotel zone and was fine walking around on my own through the day and night and just booked tours that would pick me up from the hostel and everything was greatPosted: May 26, 2023
Went up and down the coast on the ADO bus. Everyone was very helpful, including the taxi drivers. I stayed in Puerto Morelos and Isla Mujeres with a couple of transition days in Cancun. No resorts, although the place in Cancun had a restaurant. I felt safe.Posted: April 10, 2023
Last month I went to Cancun for a few days. I stayed at a resort and enjoyed the sunshine by myself. It was a super easy flight from Boston. Everyone spoke English so that wasn't a problem. I'd definitely recommend looking into a resort there. :)Posted: February 15, 2023
Itinerary: Day 1: Fly into Cancun Day 2: Tour of Chichen Itza and Sacred Cenote Guided Tour Day 3: Visit the beaches of Playa del Carmen Day 4: Tulum, visit a beach club Day 5: Explore area around Parque Nacional, Mayan Ruins Day 6: Guided tours of Cenotes in area Day 6: Cancun, relax on the beach. Day 7: Ferry to Isla Mujeres Day 8: Fly back from Cancun Safety: Mexico is safer than USA where guns violence is happening everywhere and everyday. The crimes that media report are all narcos/drugs related. Budget: Tulum is really expensive. I am a budget traveler and hate it there. I only did a day trip. The beach is far. $18-$25 from downtown by cab. You can take collectivo bus vans but usually are full with locals that need it more for work. Recommendations: Totally recommend Isla Mujeres. Go to the north beach there/playa norte. You go left after exiting the ferry terminal and walk straight for 10 minutes. Beautiful beach.Posted: June 15, 2022
Yes, Cancún is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, it is important to take the same precautions as you would in any other city. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Cancún is a great destination for solo travelers. The city is generally safe and there are plenty of activities and attractions to keep you busy. There are also plenty of restaurants, bars, and cafes to explore, as well as plenty of beach activities to enjoy.
Cancún can be expensive for solo travelers, depending on the type of accommodation and activities you choose. Hotels and resorts tend to be more expensive than hostels and Airbnb rentals, and activities such as tours and excursions can add up quickly. However, there are plenty of budget-friendly options available, such as street food, public transportation, and free activities like exploring the beach.
Explore the Mayan Ruins
Cancún is home to some of the most impressive Mayan ruins in the world. Visit the nearby archaeological sites of El Rey, El Meco, and El Meco to explore the ancient ruins and learn about the history of the Mayan civilization.
Visit the Museo Maya de Cancún
This museum is dedicated to the history and culture of the Mayan people. It features a variety of artifacts, including pottery, jewelry, and sculptures.
Go Snorkeling or Scuba Diving
Cancún is home to some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving spots in the world. Explore the vibrant coral reefs and colorful fish that inhabit the waters around Cancún.
Take a Boat Tour
Take a boat tour around the Nichupte Lagoon and explore the mangroves and wildlife that inhabit the area.
Visit Isla Mujeres
Take a ferry to Isla Mujeres, a small island off the coast of Cancún. Here you can explore the beaches, snorkel, and visit the local shops and restaurants.
Cancún is home to a variety of shopping centers, markets, and boutiques. Shop for souvenirs, clothing, and jewelry.
Relax on the Beach
Spend a day relaxing on one of Cancún’s many beautiful beaches. Enjoy the sun, sand, and crystal-clear waters.
Yes, Cancún is generally considered safe to travel alone. However, it is important to take the same precautions you would take in any other city, such as avoiding walking alone at night, being aware of your surroundings, and not carrying large amounts of cash.
Cancún is generally considered safe at night, but it is always best to exercise caution when traveling in any unfamiliar area. It is recommended to stay in well-lit, populated areas and to avoid walking alone at night.
Playa del Carmen
San Miguel de Allende
Riviera Maya & the Yucatan