As you all know, Chichen Itza is one of the 7 Wonders of the World. In the Yucatan Peninsula will find the Mayan Ruins which were very importan to the Mayan Culture back in 600-1200 AD approximately. A definite must during your visit to Cancun. First stop: Valladolid You will get to your first stop: […]
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It’s no secret that the Yucatan Peninsula is rich in natural and man-made beauty. From Mayan architecture to underwater caves, beaches, and wildlife, the list could go on and on. Here are the five places I consider to be the most beautiful: 1. Sistema Dos Ojos – Discovered in 1987, Dos Ojos is located […]
Where did Chichen-Itza’s inhabitants go?
Immerse yourself in the best discoveries of ancient Mayan civilizations. The archaeology sites of ancient Mayan ruins are some of the “must-sees” and “must-dos” on your vacation in the Yucatan Peninsula.
In the history of the world has always been predictions about the end of the world, but why we have so nervous about the Mayan prophecy of 2012?
by Sharon Drechsler CEO and president of Cancun-based tour and excursion-providers, Yucatán Holidays, Erika Garcia is pretty excited: “We just learned that Orbitz has listed Cancun as the number one, top global destination!” she exclaims. “Earlier in May, Cancun had already been listed in the Orbitz Index as second of ‘Top 10 Summer Travel Destinations […]
Just saying the word cenote conjures immediate excitement, right? Well, maybe for some but for the majority, it is literally and figuratively a foreign word. Cenote, pronounced, /sɛˈnoʊteɪ/, is a collapsed caved filled with stalagmites, stalactites and an array of natural life. Well, that doesn’t sound special, does it? Wrong! Cenotes are distinctive and here […]
A plunge into societal doom resulting in mass chaos, nuclear war, natural disasters, a change in Earth’s magnetic pulls, encounters with the third kind, a crash between Earth and the planet Nibiru, the end of existence and reality as we know it; all theories of the upcoming date, December 21, 2012. As this day inches […]
The Yucatán Peninsula of Mexico calls me. I long to swim in one of those subterranean, water-filled caves known as cenotes (“say-note-ays”); gaze up at the famous pyramid of Chichen Itzá; try my hand (or should I say foot?) at dancing the salsa all night, followed by hours and hours beneath a palapa on the […]
The second phase of the Yucatan Holidays Travel Writers’ Quest has begun and now that we have chosen the 20 finalists it’s YOUR turn to help these superb writers and bloggers win a 5-day / 4-night Cancun vacation. What do you have to do? It’s very easy: A) Go to the Yucatan Holidays Facebook Page. […]