How to Visit the Best Mayan Ruins

How to visit the Mayan Ruins

Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula is famous for its sun and white sand beaches, but it is also home to some of the world’s best Mayan ruins. You can easily visit the Mayan ruins of Tulum, Coba and Chichen Itza, which was recently named a “New Modern Wonder of the World”. Each of the best Mayan ruins is easily visited as a day trip from Cancun or Playa del Carmen. 

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Have a Fun Day at Xcaret with Kids

Xcaret with Kids

We try to inspire our kids to love nature. Everywhere we travel with our kids we look for opportunities to take them outdoors to see how beautiful the world and all its creatures are. While in the Mayan Riviera we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to visit Xcaret with our kids (aged 2 & 4). We knew they would love a visit to this beautiful oceanfront nature & cultural theme park. 

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6 Awesome Eco Parks in Mexico

Eco-Adventure parks to visit Mayan Riviera

Mexico’s Mayan Riviera is a hugely popular place to visit and for good reason. We all know about the world-famous white sand beaches and glistening turquoise colored water and the amazing Mayan ruins. But did you know there is a wide variety of eco parks in Mexico as well?

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Driving in the Yucatan Peninsula

What you need to know about driving in Mexico

I admit I was very intimidated about the thought of driving in the Yucatan Peninsula. On previous trips to the Yucatan, I’ve watched the Mexican traffic from the comfort of my air-conditioned bus on the way to my fancy all-inclusive and it always looked a bit crazy. But this time, we were staying off-resort and wanted to explore the area by driving a rental car around the Yucatan Peninsula.

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