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Is Isla Mujeres too hot for a toddler in May?

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My head is spinning from having done way too research into which beach destination to go to in May. My husband and I have about a week to go anywhere...and after endless google searches I think the idyllic white sand, turquoise waters of Isla Mujeres look perfect. Throw in the turtle farm and the small Mayan ruin and I think we could occupy ourselves for a handful of days. Plus, it's cheap. BUT...it's upwards of 90 degrees in May is it not? Is the sun in May just broiling? Will we feel forced to stay in an air conditioned room out of the broiling sun?

Second question - choosing between Cabanas Maria del Mar or Na Balam. I heard on this forum that Na Balam isn't quite as lovely as it seems. True? We want some lush gardens to explore and easy access to the beach.

Thanks!

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