Lives in Cancun
Since Jul. 2005
Geologic Formations, Bodies of Water
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Historic Sites, Ancient Ruins
Other Outdoor Activities
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Theme Parks, Water Parks
Water Parks, Scuba & Snorkeling, Zipline & Aerial Adventure Parks
Caverns & Caves
Islands, National Parks, Nature & Wildlife Areas
UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World! Chichen is one of the main archaeological sites in Yucatán.
While on Yucatan and after visiting the Mayan Ruins a sinkhole is a great option. It is very refreshing and adds up as a great experience!
Once you're on top of Nohoch Mul pyramid, the sight is absolutely majestic!
Unlike Chichen Itza, Ek Balam is a smaller site and so far, you can still climb the pyramyds
The combination of the Mayan ruins and the Caribbean Sea makes of Tulum a "must see" spot. It is truly astonishing.
Swim, snorkel, visit a Mayan village, zip lines, canoes... or just relax!
Xcaret is a complete Eco Theme Park with different activities, a day might not be enough to explore the entire park.
Lots of different activities, snorkel, river tour, caves, jumping of a cliff, zip lines, etc. They have activities for chidlren too, hich is included on the regular admission.
Rio Secreto is an underground river system, part of the adventure consists of you walking and admiring the mineral formations.
Considered the most important nesting place of sea birds in the Caribbean. Only 200 visitors per day. Only a few companies are allowed to take visitors to the island, you may visit the island in your own but you will need to apply for permission.