Archeology Sites

Chichen Itza (Yucatan) means, in maya,"at the mouth of the well of the Itzaes", which is the maya tribe who built it about 500 AD. Located at 74 miles of Merida, on the way to Cancun, this pre...

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Cenotes are a characteristic of Mexico and Central America and are especially very common in Yucatan Peninsula where we can find more than 3000 with only 1400 studied and registered. The t...

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Nature Reserve

Yucatan Peninsula is one of the most interesting place in the world for its wildlife. There are several natural reserves controled by the government and which aim is to preserve most of an...

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Yucatan was long considered too far away from the rest of the country and got out of his isolation very recently. Having ports and contacts with Europe, New Orleans and Cuba, Yucatecans we...

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Local Attractions

CenoteMaya Ruins of Tulum, Sian Kaan biosphere, lagoons and cenotes - all within a close reach.

Yucatan Peninsula is full of various ressources. Archeology sites, cenotes, nature reserves, a rich and delightful gatronomy... Everything here can be a real experience.

Due to its rich Mayan past, Yucatan Peninsula is full of archeology sites: confidential and secret ones like the quiet and little MUYIL, but also very famous ones as Chichen Itza, which is on Unesco world heritage list and is considered, since 2008, as one of the seven wonders of the new world.

With its incredible nature and bio-diversity, the penin

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