The Great Arch 'El Archo' at Lands End, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

The Great Arch (El Archo) at Lands End - Cabo San Lucas, Mexico ("I came I saw I Nearly Died," photo by Cameron Grant)

La Gruta Hot Springs, Guanajuato, Mexico. Very much like the underground sea cave at end of road, Kauai

To Dream the Impossible Dream - La Gruta Hot Springs, Guanajuato, Mexico. Very much like the underground sea cave at end of road, Kauai

Isla Espíritu Santo (Mexico). 'As if snorkeling with gentle whale sharks isn’t enough, this unique Sea of Cortez island offers unparalleled diving, camping under a canopy of stunning stars, and kayaking along myriad azure bays with marvelous pastel cliffs. There’s even a sea-lion colony.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/mexico/baja-california

Isla Espíritu Santo (Mexico) - one of the most one of the most biologically diverse places in the world. Certain animals can only be found here and thirty-one marine animal species, such as sea lions, whale sharks and coral, inhabit the waters.

"Dive in" Yacatan Mexico

To Sua Ocean Trench, Samoa.Located in the village of Lotofaga in Samoa, “To Sua Ocean” is a small piece of paradise everybody should visit. The To Sua Ocean Trench is open to the public as a swimming area.

5 Mexican Books You Must Read Before Heading South This Winter.  http://theglobalbookshelf.com/5-mexican-books-you-must-read/

5 Mexican Books You Must Read Before Heading South This Winter. http://theglobalbookshelf.com/5-mexican-books-you-must-read/

Cave diving - Mexico

National Geographic Travel - A diver explores a cenote in Tulum, Mexico. Ancient Maya believed that the rain god Chaak lived in these natural wells. Photograph by Patrik Gustafsson, National Geographic Your Shot

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