If you are wondering if you can travel to Mexico right now, the answer is yes, you can. Mexico is a favorite tourist destination for travelers seeking a respite from the winter cold, but visitors travel here year-round.
The history of Mayan beauty tells us fascinating stories of how Mayans achieved both cultural identity, and their allure and charm.
The pantheon of the Maya is a vast collection of gods and goddesses who were worshipped throughout the region which, today, comprises Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Campeche, Tabasco, and Chiapas in Mexico and southward through Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador and Honduras. Not all of the Mayan gods were venerated in all of the states of the Maya (at least, not by the same name) but the type of god, and what that god symbolized to the Maya people was universally recognized.
If you’re thinking of visiting Cancun this year, you’re probably wondering whether it’s safe to travel to Cancun due to COVID-19. The short answer is yes, it’s as safe as traveling anywhere at this time, possibly safer. Read on to learn more in this safe travel to Cancun COVID update.
Every family has a “bucket list’’ of activities for each member of the household when they go on vacation. Family travel can involve seeking out places of culture, the pursuit of fun activities, and letting the family see a new world. Traveling safely and independently with family is not a new concept, yet there are still many people whose beliefs, or worries may put them off the idea of going traveling with kids. They might wonder if certain destinations are safe, worry about illness, or wonder what else could go wrong during a family holiday. Traveling with children can be an adventure in itself, and parents or caregivers have a lot to consider to make family holidays safe and hassle-free. Choosing strategies that plan for every eventuality, can save a lot of stress. Top 10 Tips for Family Travel to Mexico 1. Choose a Tourist Area Fortunately, Mexico has many tourist areas, usually with the nicest resorts, and the best activities for families. Cancun in the Riviera Maya is a great choice, as is Puerto …
You will find a number of fascinating ancient Mayan sites to visit scattered around the vast area of Mexico’s Riviera Maya, near Cancun. In general, these Mayan sites are incredibly well preserved and contain the ruins of a highly civilized culture.
If you’re thinking about spending your summer vacation in Cancun and are looking for reasons to convince you that it is a good idea, read our list of top reasons why we think a trip to Cancun recognized worldwide for its incredible white sand beaches, turquoise waters, unparalleled weather and mystical Mayan ruins and history, is a great idea!
Most guests at the resort find very little need to visit any of the other beaches in Cancun, but for the more adventurous and curious, here is a list of the best beaches in Cancun for you to visit during your vacation at Villa del Palmar Cancun.
Costa Mujeres is a secluded coastline community in northern Cancun with a privileged location, nestled among lush nature, unspoiled silky sandy beaches, and the pristine turquoise hues of the Mexican Caribbean.
Hidden away in a paradisiacal corner of the Yucatan Peninsula are the stunning pink lakes in Mexico, formally called Las Coloradas. The mesmerizing landscape is famous for its cotton candy colored waters, pastel blue skies, and soft white sand beaches.