The cenotes in Mexico are natural pools that were formed thousands of years ago and have significant cultural importance for the ancient Mayan culture.
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The ancient Maya was an awesome civilization which spanned some 2,000 years. Remains of the civilization were discovered in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries attracting widespread interest. Part of the allure of the Mayan World is essentially that it is a ‘lost…
If you are spending the Christmas season at Villa del Palmar Cancún, we have prepared a great program of activities to add some extra holiday cheer to your tropical Christmas vacation.
The arrival of the sargassum algae to the coasts of Cancun and Riviera Maya has been inevitable. Climate change and other environmental situations have caused the conditions in the seas to change. This is the main reason why this seaweed…
If you are a guest staying at the Villa del Palmar Cancun Resort between October 31st and November 2nd, then prepare yourself for some exciting celebrations to mark two important traditions, Halloween and Day of the Dead.
Generally considered a “constitutionalist war” raged against the inequalities that were prevalent in Mexico at the time between the rich and the poor, Mexico’s Revolution is celebrated on November 20 every year with fireworks, parades and a long weekend.
In addition to the fantastic cenotes and archeological sites Cancun offers, there are also plenty of other things to do including shopping and visiting beautiful beaches.
The cenotes of Cancun and the Riviera Maya have a notable reputation among tourists who visit this Mexican destination every year, but the reality is that very few people know the importance and cultural significance of these bodies of water.