Apr 29, 2021• by theadventurebeyond
Beaches of Yucatan
While not as popular as locations in Quintana Roo, the state of Yucatan borders the Gulf of Mexico, offering up nearly 200km (120 miles) of pristine white beaches. The coasts are also home to...
Apr 27, 2021• by theadventurebeyond
Mayan Ruins of Yucatan
The Mayan empire started to rise around 250 CE, building up vast cities which stretched along the Yucatan peninsula and into modern day Guatemala. From 900 to 1519, Yucatan was the main center of...
Jan 3, 2020• by markbennett
Best Excursions in Playa del Carmen
Akumal is 35kms from Playa del Carmen and is accessible by collectivo or car. The Akumal beach is the most popular destination in Akumal, that can be reached in 10 minutes from Akumal, by...
May 19, 2019• by Free_Walking_Tour_Mexico
The Maya ball game in Merida
If you come to Merida on saturday night you can enjoy the re-enactment of the traditional maya ball game on saturday night at the Main Plaza. There are two teams like in the most common sports...
Apr 1, 2019• by Free_Walking_Tour_Mexico
Muslims in Merida and Yucatan
At the end of the 19th century and during the first decades of the 20th century a group of migrants from Lebanon arrived to Yucatan Peninsula. They were escaping from religion persecution and...
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