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Are you planning your trip to Mexico? Suggestions of what to see

Are you planning your trip to Mexico? Suggestions of what to see

A trip to Mexico leads to the discovery of this vast nation, not only full of spectacular beaches, but of numerous cultural attractions characterized by a fascinating history.

Going to Mexico allows you to combine an exotic, Caribbean destination with a beach life and relaxation, with adventure by discovering the destinations of the Maja and the masterpieces.

A land of great contrasts, ancient cities coexist in Mexico, with volcanoes, forests, deserts and tropical beaches.

Mexico City is only one hour flight from the southern state of Chiapas, rich in natural resources, where there are over 50 indigenous Indigenous ethnic groups, each with its own language, which still retain traces of their traditional lifestyle.

Along the northern border of the country, the historical legacies of Mexico mix with the culture of California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, creating fascinating landscapes from various eras in a single environment.

So in order not to lose all this and not shut yourself up in a Resort thinking only of benefiting from the valiant beach and sea, we have thought of a travel itinerary that allows you to completely immerse yourself in Mexican culture.

You will be able to get an idea about the Mexican people and you will notice a profound difference between the areas of Yucatan and those of Chiapas, admiring San Cristobal de las Casas, and you will be fascinated by the Mayan ruins, letting yourself be conquered by illness with the wonderful colors of him.

What to see in Mexico

Playa del Carmen

Playa del Carmen, once a fishing village, is now one of the most famous tourist spots in all of Mexico. Trendy city and meeting point for young people from all over the world, Playa del Carmen has everything you can imagine for having fun: beautiful beaches, bars, restaurants and many nightclubs.



Tulum is about 70 km south of Playa del Carmen where there is the only archaeological site overlooking the Caribbean Sea: the Mayan ruins of Tulum.

Thanks to its strategic and breathtaking location, Tulum is one of the most important tourist attractions of the Yucatán and all of Mexico.

The main places of interest you can visit in the Mayan ruins of Tulum are:

  • El Castillo (the castle) is one of the largest buildings in this archaeological site. For the Maya it was a real lookout on the sea from where enemy ships were sighted.
  • the Temple of the Descending God which has an inverted pyramid architecture and the walls widen upwards.
  • the Temple of the frescoes is located in the center of the archaeological site of Tulum, where you can admire depictions of the rain, the moon and fertility.


About 40 km from Tulum is Cobà, a famous town in the Yucatan that houses the highest pyramid in the region with its 42 meters high. Very easy to reach, the Mayan ruins of Coba is a favorite destination for tourists because it is easily accessible from the coast and because it is the only scalable Mayan pyramid.



The Cenote is an openings in the ground that form a cave with the presence of fresh water. Often these pools of water are communicating with each other through underground tunnels.

The Cenote were sacred to the Maya because they thought they were gateways to the world of the dead. In fact, in some Cenote human sacrifices were practiced.

Today it is possible to access many Cenotes with the possibility of diving and diving into the water, immersing yourself in the mystical and exciting experience of the Maya.

Pyramid of Kukulkan

The pyramid of Kukulkan, also known as El Castillo, is a pyramidal monument that dominates the center of Chichén Itzá, a Mexican archaeological site in the State of Yucatán.

Built by the pre-Columbian Maya civilization between the 9th and 12th centuries, the structure served as a temple dedicated to the god Kukulkan, the Mayan Yucatec or "feathered serpent god" closely related to the god Quetzalcoatl known to the Aztecs and others. Central Mexican cultures of the post-classical period.

The pyramid consists of a series of square terraces with stairways up to each of the four sides of the upper central temple.

It is noted that sculptures of feathered snakes run along the sides of the north balustrade, and during the spring and autumn equinoxes, the late afternoon sun hits the pyramid, creating the illusion of a "crawling" feathered snake in the background of the pyramid. The event was very popular, it is still debated whether it is just an effect of nature or the result of purposeful design.


Akumal beach

The Riviera Maya is a succession of white beaches and a thousand shades of turquoise of the sea. Among these, Akumal beach stands out and is located halfway between Playa del Carmen and Tulum.

Akumal Beach is famous because during certain times of the year, several turtles line up to lay their eggs.

Possible alternatives to be included in this travel itinerary

Mujeres Island

Here you can visit the MUSA, an underwater museum that allows you to snorkel among the works of art. At the bottom of the sea there are about 400 submerged sculptures. Incredible.


Cozumel Island

The island is full of hotels, resorts, discos and jewelers. World famous cruise ships dock here. It is ideal for diving in the coral reef in a sea full of tropical fish.


Cancun is regarded as Mexican Miami. It has many hotels and mega skyscrapers, with beautiful beaches. Ideal for having fun.


Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve

The Sian Ka'an Biósphere Reserve is a protected natural paradise where you can admire different realities: sea, savannah, cenote, dolphins, turtles, crocodiles and over 350 species of birds.

The reserve is a UNESCO heritage site, and is located south of Tulum.

Rio Secreto

Cancun is regarded as Mexican Miami. It has many hotels and mega skyscrapers, with beautiful beaches. Ideal for having fun.


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