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What's the current exchange rate? Is the sun shining? Is there a festival, parade or other event happening while you are on Isla? How do you say hello, thank you and how much in Spanish? What should you do today and most importantly, where should you eat? You'll find the answers to these questions and more in this section.

Places to Eat

There are many wonderful restaurants on Isla Mujeres and if you are a seafood lover you will be in heaven, the fish is as fresh as it gets! You'll find everything from traditional Mexican and Yucatan cuisine to Mediterranean, Italian, Asian, French and of course American. There is something for everyone on Isla.

Things to Do

Isla Mujeres offers many activities to fill your days. Scuba diving, snorkeling and fishing, swim with the dolphins or sharks, visit the Turtle Farm and delight in these magnificent creatures! There are art galleries to visit, workshops to attend, massages to have, shops to browse through, tours to nearby wonders and the beautiful white sand beaches to enjoy.

Special Events

What are the dates of the Mexican Holidays and what festivals are happening on Isla Mujeres? When is Carnival? What Fishing Tournaments are scheduled this year? Find out on the Special Events page.

Basic Spanish

Most people living and working on Isla speak a few words of English, many are fluent but it is greatly appreciated when visitors try to speak a little bit of Spanish, at the very least; hello (hola), good-bye (adiós), please (por favor) and thank you (gracias). On the Spanish page there is a basic pronunciation guide and commonly used words and phrases. Be sure to print out the plain text version and bring it with you!

Weather

One of the most common questions asked when planning a trip to Isla is, "What will the weather be like?" On Isla Net's weather page you will find detailed information about the weather as well as links to the best weather site on the internet.

Currency

The answers to your currency questions can be found on this page. With information about Isla banks, ATMs and exchange houses (cambios). There is also a currency rate chart and a currency converter for your convience.
















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