Isla Holbox Travel Guide
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Hotels in Isla Holbox
The island of Holbox (pronounced “Ole-bosh”) is a tiny spit of land off the Yucatán Peninsula, laced with sand roads. As soon as Cuban-born artist Sandra Pérez arrived, she knew she wanted to stay for good, so she created a retreat that would feel more like a residence than a formal hotel.
Things to do in Isla Holbox
From June through August, Holbox is one of the few places in the world where you can swim alongside harmless whale sharks—the largest known fish in the world. Holbox Tours & Travel runs six-hour tours ($90) that guarantee time in the water with these gentle giants.