Do not miss one of the most popular day trips in Mexico. Xcaret is a fusion of Mayan civilization and eco-archeology. Xcaret at Maya's port city port, was almost lost in the world. 1984 architect Miguel Quintana Pali, uncovered the ancient and underground rivers cenotos. Xcaret is open 365 days a year and swimming offers holy water many activities, such as snorkelling with dolphins or the Mayan. Check authentic or Papantla men flying 30 meters above the ground and from the universal tree climb the "Maya" ball game. The park covers 200 acres of beach in the jungle and has a watchful eye for native animals and plants. The Xcaret myth has a strong vibration, which has set the tone for your holiday. Dont miss!
Tulum is the Mayan disaster cabinet in Cancun. Tulum was strategically located in the beautiful blue-green waters of the Riviera Maya. In less than two hours from Cancun you will enjoy this very beautiful place for relaxation and fun. There are three great structures in Tulum. El Castillo, the largest blue overlooking the Caribbean waterfront. One of the last built in Tulum prior to the arrival of Ernan Cortes in 1400, the structures are the wall paintings of the temple. It is a two-storey building with colorful frescoes on the inner walls. This temple, characteristic of many other Mayan archaeological sites, is very much like Chichen Itza.