The Riviera Maya is so large that few can boast about having traveled from beginning to end. All of its 120 kilometers offer an invitation to the beautiful beaches with blue waters, abundant jungle, and refreshing cenotes. Although there are many amazing places in this paradise, here are the 3 best of the Riviera Maya. […]
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If you think that Tulum is just a Mayan archaeological site, you’ll be surprised to find out that in addition to this, Tulum is a special place in the Mexican Caribbean that has beautiful beaches, exquisite restaurants, and many other things to discover. You can find this beautiful destination located just one hour south of […]
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?
Tulum, the well-known Mayan ruin site is located approximately 81 miles south of Cancun. This well-preserved, ancient port is the only major Mayan ruin located directly on the coast of the Caribbean Sea and is one of the most visited ruin sites.
It looked like the perfect spot for warmth after a long, snowy Vermont winter. The spot was Tulum, Mexico—just about a two-hour drive south of Cancun.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what motivates people to travel. For some it’s discovery and an opportunity to interact with new cultures. For many others though, it’s the chance to escape the daily routine and venture into the truly exotic. Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is one of the few places that can offer both […]
Cancun and the Riviera Maya are two of the most popular travel destinations in Mexico and the world, so it makes sense traveler access is sufficient, especially with the Riviera Maya becoming a favorite vacation spot in the Yucatan Peninsula. After years of deliberation by government officials, local businesses, and environmental groups, the development of […]
Starting on June 25th, the ancient Mayan city of Tulum will open the doors past sunset offering visitors the opportunity to enjoy the magic of the archeological site under a bright new light. The night visits to the walled city’s 15 pyramids will be illuminated in shades of red, blue, and amber. The night tours […]
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 […]