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Chichen Itza is one of the most spectacular archaeological sites of the Mayan Culture located at a relatively short distance from Cancun and Riviera Maya. Today we can admire what was their ...
Cancun treats every day as a holiday, but also plans a few organized events throughout the year. The biggest event is Carnaval, a joyous, usually drunken celebration held in February right before ...
If you’ve tried to research anything online about the Mayan Empire in recent years, you’ve had to wade through pages of apocalyptic prophecies, all promising the end of the world before Christmas ...
Written by Hudson, USA, January 2013
In Cancun and fancy a good time? Sounds like a pick-up line, eh? Well it’s not, but the question remains – if you’re looking for a good time in the Cancun area, there’s plenty adventure just around ...
Though a trip to the tropical paradise of Cancun doesn’t typically conjure up images of curling up with a bucket of popcorn and watching some movies, the truth of the matter is that Cancun is an ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, June 2011
Evocative and impressive at any time of year, the massive, well preserved ruins of Chichen Itza make for an unforgettable day trip into the world of the ancient Maya. The site upon which Chichen ...
Christmas in Cancun? Though traditional images of Christmas might involve snow and bedecked pine trees, the holidays down south can be equally as lovely, just in their own way. Not as hot as in the ...
Written by Laura, USA, July 2012
Get a taste of island life, Mexican-style, when you visit the small Caribbean island of Isla Mujeres located just 8 miles (13 km) off the coast of Cancun. Isla Mujeres is just a 15-minute ferry ride ...
Written by Hudson, USA, December 2012
Ringing in the New Year with a bang? 2012 is the year the Mayan calendar is set to end (or at least is set to end as best rumors can predict) and many people are heading to Mexico in the hope of ...
Once known as Ichcaanzihó, or "City of Five Hills," the capital of
Yucatán State is thought to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited
cities in the hemisphere. The "five ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, February 2012
Few would argue that Tulum
is a magical place. It’s been an enchanting Caribbean escape for Mayans
since at least 564 AD (the date inscribed on the oldest known stone
stele), and is the oldest ...
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8 Days in the Yucatan!
The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the world's most diverse places - ancient ruins, white sand beaches, crystal blue waters, and sleepy haciendas. You can do it all on this 8-Day Yucatan Peninsula Tour and get the very best that Mexico has to offer. See the major Mayan ruins - Chichen Itza, Uxmal, Ek Balam, and Tulum - with a small group, tour the small villages of the Yucatan, and enjoy the best of Mexican cuisine. Don't forget your Panama hat!