Kin Sol Soleil Hotel, Maroma Beach, Mexico

Kin Sol Soleil is at the center of Maroma Bay’s spectacular beach. It’s 25 minutes from Cancun International Airport. It has ten exclusive suites, beachfront ones, that give tourists the pleasure to be treated like family with the staff taking care of them very kindly and warmly. They seem to be private residences in a small village. The suite can have one or two bedrooms. The rooms are very well decorated, its architecture is elegant and the beautiful sea and beach complete the place to have a great vacation. It has a restaurant by the sea ‘The Pavo Real’ where you can have your breakfast and of course have your lunch or dinner everyday. There’s also a beach bar. You can find a gym, a spa, private swimming-pools and roof decks, furnished outdoor terraces with hammocks and you can do different activites like snorkeling, diving or fishing. There are other amenities like wireless internet, satellite TV, private parking, animals accepted, etc.


If you want, at your reservation, ask for the airport pick-up and drop-off.
You can also make private excursions booking at the hotel or have private transportation or a private guide

White Feather Aventure, Roberval, Quebec, Canada


Come and discover Aboriginal life as well as various cultural and traditional activities. Your host will help you discover the way of life of the Pekuakamiulnuatsh. Culture, tradition and spirituality are featured, all throughout your stay.

A few minutes from Roberval and the Montagnais community of Mashteuiatsh, Plume Blanche invites you to discover Aboriginal culture through a variety of traditional activities. Become familiar with the Pekuakamiulnuatsh way of life in a natural setting characterized by calm, simplicity and beauty. Enjoy wilderness camping in a prospector tent or tipi. They also offer nights in small camps, yurts or in the shaputuan.


Take mosquito repellent if you visit in June or July.

Huron-Wendat Village, Wendake, Canada

Wendake is an Indian reserve Huron-Wendat of Quebec, located in the administrative region of the Capitale-Nationale du Québec. The community is enclosed by the city of Québec to the limits of Loretteville neighborhood. The reserve, formerly Huron Village or Village-des-Hurons, has an area of 1.1 km2 and is crossed by the St. Charles River Wendat whose name is “Akiawenrahk”, “River trout ‘in Wendat.

In the village you’ll find one of the only native Canadian 4 star Museum-Hotel of First Nation is unique both in its architecture inspired longhouses and its scope. The property, which combines the vocations of an hotel and gastronomy, home to the Huron-Wendat Museum, a hotel, a natural spa and a high-end restaurant, the menu inspired by the culinary traditions of First Nations of Quebec. In addition, you can also enjoy the experience of living in longhouse, a unique experience.