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Cancun

Splashing about ... Cancun.

All part of the exercise

Being on the road doesn't have to play havoc with your fitness regime, writes Steve McKenna.

Mexico

Detour at Yucatan

Tourists walk underneath a pier on Caracol beach in Cancun

Lance Richardson discovers diving caves and a beach cabana beyond the bristling high-rise of Cancun.

Mexico

Island of Women: where blokes dare to dream

Bikini-clad girls walking on beach, under coconut trees, past beach-front restaurant. Isla Mujeres

Steve McKenna keeps a hopeful eye out for the ladies on a tantalisingly named Caribbean island.

Signature drinks

Top tips on signature sips

To truly appreciate tequila, you must try it in Mexico.

A deep appreciation of local customs can be found at the bottom of a glass, writes Louise Goldsbury.

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Photo galleries

Party kicks on at spring break despite violence

Springbreakers -- US students on holidays -- play on the beach in Cancun, Mexico

Students flock to Mexico's beach resorts despite warnings over drug-related violence.

Spring break kicks off

Cancun

North American college students invade Mexico's beaches despite warnings over gang violence.

Map of Cancun

Travel News

Food, wine, women: 15 reasons why France is so popular

Tourists enjoy the sun on the beach during a sunny summer day in Nice, southeastern France.

JOLYON ATTWOOLL 10:59am | France was confirmed as the most visited country in the world this month – and by a huge margin. So why is this non-English speaking nation, with a reputation for insularity, so popular?

Tony Abbott, Barack Obama: Western leaders 'banned' from Russian airport's duty-free shop

OLIVER SMITH 9:42am | Tony Abbott and six other western leaders have been banned from a Russian airport duty-free shop.

North Korea tightens grip on SIM cards used by tourists

9:19am | North Korea is ensuring once tourists leave the country, their SIM card doesn't fall into local hands.

Burma opens e-Visa application service

NATALIE PARIS 9:07am | Burma has opened its e-Visa application service, but there are some restrictions.

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