Tulum is considered "The Jewel of the Mayan Riviera" for its multiple attractions such in the hotel and tourism business.
Marvel at its unique zones, cenotes, Caribbean Sea, turquoise beaches, white sand, underground rivers, the Great Mesoamerican Reef and the Sian Ka'an biosphere reserve, called "The natural heritage" for its biological diversity.
Cobá was once one of the largest and most important cities of the Mayan culture and was built in certain regions of southwestern Mexico, in what is now the state of Quintana Roo. At the moment it is an admirable archaeological deposit, located to 90 kilometers of Chichen Itzá and to 40 of Tulum, other two places of great historical and tourist value for our country.
It is an idyllic place located in the heart of the Mayan Riviera with white sand and blue-green waters, you will always find a hammock and an umbrella to sunbathe and rest, especially at the extreme of the village that offer the most beach areas quiet.
Chichén Itzá is one of the most important pre-Hispanic capitals of the ancient Mayan culture and one of the seven wonders of the modern world.
En In Valladolid, check the tranquility and the places where you will relive your pre-Hispanic past: with its temples, its brave warriors and its gastronomy food of the gods, you understand why it was "the capital of the eastern Mayan".
The peace of this city, the beauty of its streets, makes a place of elegance and contrast with its colonial houses, its Mayan ruins and its architecture; It also has an exquisite gastronomic collection that will take over your taste.
It is an ecological park located in the state of Quintana Roo, Mexico.
It is characterized by the cove in the underground water of the Yucatan Peninsula, it is into the Caribbean Sea, forming an space for the coexistence of various marine and freshwater species.
It is the first geographic point of Mexico to receive the sun's rays each new day. Today, its inhabitants can enjoy a lifestyle with strong roots from their ancestors.
Archaeologists know that Isla Mujeres was a sanctuary dedicated to Ixchel, Mayan goddess of fertility and that Mayan women had to make a pilgrimage to the island as part of their passage from girl to woman. Today, the pilgrimage to the island is carried out by lovers of marine animals and the beauty of its tropical nature.
The beauty of its sea and the relaxed atmosphere of the beach village facilitates mobility in this place. It retains its rustic air, which makes tranquility prevail in every corner.