Why we love it?


If you're looking for a paradise to escape from the world and enjoy miles and miles of white sand beaches and shallow transparent water, Holbox has to be on your bucket list!

Our favorite part: the chill factor. People come here to relax—not to party. And we love it that way!

To live the whole experience we recommend: leave your watch at home, same with your phone and shoes. All you need is just you and your Crasqi shorts!

FIRST THINGS FIRST -  How do we get there?



There are two ways to get to Holbox:

  • You can travel by car to Chiquilá port and then catch the Holbox ferry across to the island
  • Or you can fly to the island by private charter from Cancun airport 


 THE CREW -  Who is in?

Holbox is a good place for: 

  • Solo travelers. Holbox is the perfect place for a solo adventure.
  • Nature lovers. You’ll find some of the most amazing natural species including whale sharks, manta rays and hundreds of species of birds.
  • Digital Detox. If you’re looking to have a relaxing vacation, Holbox is a great  place to unplug from technology and reconnect with yourself. 
  • Dog lovers (Holbox has many dog-friendly spots!)


HOTELS - Where to stay?

  • Habitas
  • Casa de las Tortugas
  • Casa Kuka
  • Casa Sandra
  • Tierra de Mar
  • Mawimbi 


DINING - What to eat/drink?

Breakfast Lunch Dinner 
Casa Tortugas (Omelette de Huitlacoche) Mojito at Casa Sandra (tacos cochinita) Tamashi Sushi
Pinapol (Best Italian Paninis) Las Panchas  (whole fried fish) Luuma
Casa Kuka


EXPERIENCES - What to do?

  • Check out the environmentally-conscious wall art 
  • Go shopping for some local finds (we recommend “La Palapa de Yepez” if you’re looking for authentic handmade crafts)

  • Rent a bike and ride towards Punta Coco
  • Spot flamingos at Isla Pájaros 
  • Kayak tour around the island 
  • Go kitesurfing to Punta Mosquito
  • Swim with the whale sharks (vipholbox.com are the best guys to take you)
  • Visit Chimay ruins and take some photos 
  • Visit Isla de la Pasión
  • Go snorkeling at Cabo Catoche 
  • Tour de las 3 Islas 
  • Cenote “Ojo de Agua” at Yalahau
  • Visit “El Refugio” (animal rescue center)
  • ...and don’t miss the sunsets, specially the one in Zomay with live music. They are dreamy!


If you go, don't forget to tag us on your pics 

Adventure Awaits!



June 30, 2021 — 58 CLICKS