Chichen Itzá, founded in 514 BC, was one of the capitals of the great Mayan civilization and is currently named one of the "7 New Wonders of the Modern World".
It was the most outstanding capital of the Mayan area, at the end of the Classic period and the beginning of the Postclassic. Upon the arrival of the Spaniards, it was constituted as the most revered center of worship and pilgrimage in the Yucatan Peninsula.View More
Delve into the secrets of the ancient Mayans and visit the ancient city of Coba, whose name means cloudy water in allusion to the many lagoons that are around it, travel ancient trails and climb the ancient temples as a true explorer.
One of the main attractions of Cobá is NohochMul, the tallest pyramid in the Yucatan peninsula, which rises 42 meters. You can climb the 120 steps of the pyramid to have an incredible view of the jungle and the other structures on the site.View More
Protected by a wall and by the natural cliff, Tulum is the most famous and important archaeological zone on our Caribbean coasts.
The archaeological zone of Tulum was built on top of a cliff on the shore of the Caribbean Sea. The archaeological zone of tulum flourished at the end of the post-classical era with constructions dating back to the eleventh century.View More
Visit an incredible eco-archaeological park, where you can spend a day in paradise relaxing and enjoying nature, for more than a millennium this natural park has been an important Mayan ceremonial center. Xcaret is located 55 kilometers south of Cancun near Playa del Carmen.View More