Mesoamerican pyramids or ceremonial structures, as some are, are to be found across Mexico. There are hundreds of these done in many diff...

 

Mesoamerican pyramids in Mexico

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Cenotes are sink holes that are a very common geological feature in Yucatan. They are often found close to Mayan ruins and you can combin...

 

Cenotes in Mexico - swimming in ancient Mayan pools

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Top Destinations

Capital of the Republic, one of the three largest cities in the world, and a sophisticated urban hub with a 700-year history.

 

Mexico City

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Temple of Kukulkan, Sacred Cenote, El Caracol.

 

Chichen Itza

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Was a nice fishermen's town, now has lots of resorts.

 

Playa del Carmen

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Guanajuato

City

- imagine a beautiful valley filled with a Spanish colonial city in a three-dimensional maze of passageways, undergroud romantic tunnels ...

 

Guanajuato

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A traditional city, capital of Jalisco state, and the home of mariachi music and tequila.

 

Guadalajara

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Diving, San Gervasio, Chocolates Kaokao.

 

Cozumel

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- but the thermal waters aren't very hot.

 

Aguascalientes

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Tulum

City

Tulum Ruins, Casa del Cenote, Playa Paraiso.

 

Tulum

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Cancún

City

One of the worlds most popular and famous beaches, known for its clear Caribbean waters, its lively party atmosphere, and its wealth of r...

 

Cancún

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Acapulco

City

A sophisticated urban beach setting known for its top-notch nightlife, elegant dining, and nightmarish traffic.

 

Acapulco

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Lunch, Cabo Flyboard, Swim with Dolphins in Cabo San Lucas.

 

Cabo San Lucas

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Monterrey

City

A large modern city that is the commercial and industrial hub of Northern Mexico.

 

Monterrey

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