Archeological sites in the State of Yucatan

Archeological sites in the State of Yucatan

Mexico has ultra-modern beaches and resorts or nature reserves that seem that have never been touched by human hand. Mexico means sun, travel and adventure, mariachi and sombreros, seasoned vegetables and seafood. But Mexico is worldwide famous of its Mayan archeological sites. From the multitude of these gorgeous tourist attractions we present you the archeological sites in the State of Yucatan, which include one of the 7 Wonders of the World, Chichen Itza, the archeological site of Uxma... [ read more ]

Archaeological sites in the state of Quintana Roo

Archaeological sites in the state of Quintana Roo

Mexico is a very diverse country that can offer you fascinating archaeological sites, Mayan and Aztec pyramids surrounded by green jungle, giant statues carved in stone by the Olmeca civilization, gods immortalized in stone, deified ancient kings and devout Catholic religion, cenote, colonial architecture, popular colorful festivals and varied cultural traditions. As the archeological sites in Mexico are so many, today we would like to present you only the most important ones in the state... [ read more ]

15 reasons to spend your honeymoon in Sian Ka'an

15 reasons to spend your honeymoon in Sian Ka’an

Mexico is a beautifully diverse country and a beloved tourist destination. It has everything you need for a magical holiday. But it is not only an excellent place for your summer vacation, it can be a perfect honeymoon destination as well. We created a list of 15 reasons to spend your honeymoon in Sian Ka’an, the secret paradise of Mexico. Lonely beaches, coral reefs, mangrove swamps and Mayan artifacts hidden behind the curtains of tropical vegetation are waiting to be discovered by th... [ read more ]

Tourist guide to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico

Tourist guide to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico

Located in the Southeast of Mexico the Yucatan Peninsula separates the Caribbean Sea from the Gulf of Mexico. If you consider visiting the area, our tourist guide to the Yucatan Peninsula might be very helpful. The Mayan Pyramids and the and Cancun Resort are among the most popular attractions of the area. What is not known by many is that the pyramids are partially Mayan and Cancun is more commercial and less interesting than the less known Playa Carmen. One feature of this region is tha... [ read more ]

Isla Holbox in Yucatan

Isla Holbox in Yucatan

Yucatan is a place with lots of beachfront property. One of the best beaches and most exotic beach is Isla Holbox where you can beat the tourist crowds. Word by word, Holbox means ‘black hole’ and in this Mexican state of Quintana Roo, this black hole is about 12 km by 1.5 km by area. A shallow lagoon separates it from the mainland. There are many birdlife such as pelicans and flamingos which made their home here. Isla Holbox is also part of Yum Balam Biosphere Reserve. You still can see... [ read more ]