Lost-in-time island off Mexico’s

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The island of Holbox, off Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, is that rare find: an under-the-radar getaway with good food, good hotels and—for now—no scene.
Most of the people of Holbox Island make their living fishing. It is common to see fishermen walking through Holbox Village with their catch of the day or carrying their nets. The streets of Holbox Island are made of white sand, common of Caribbean islands, and there are very few cars. Holbox is considered a virgin tourist destination because very few outsiders visit the island. In spite of Holbox' natural beauty, inaccessibility has left it unspoiled by mass tourism. 


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The shores of Isla Holbox are lined with wide beaches that offer plenty of room for sunbathers, beach walkers and kite boarders. The main beach is roughly 2 kilometers (1¼ miles) long with more beaches to walk and discover in more remote island locations.


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The roads on the island are the same sand found on the shore, and only travelled by electric golf carts. Taxi golf carts and rental golf carts are the only way to get around town unless you choose the best vehicle, your feet. The island is small enough to walk your way around the small zocalo, beaches and hotels. It is a preferred way to travel. [The island of Holbox]
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photo Tatjana Dimitrijevic, OC
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