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The ruins in the region are varied, but most of them can be easily reached by public transport or car. Becan is a large ruin in the centre of the region and there has been very little restoration work done here. The Calakmul is a large ruin in the jungles, well and truly off the beaten track. One of the most famous... Read all »
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While the fine sands of its beaches are no doubt breathtaking, the many tourists who flock to Tulum each year largely do so for a completely different reason – the dramatic ruins of the Mayan temple that are virtually next to the waters of the Carribean. So crowded do the ruins become especially during the peak... Read all »
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There is little doubt that the booming tourism and the rabid infrastructural development in areas such as Cancun has come at a substantial price on the environment. But there is still a lot of the Yucatan that remains relatively well preserved. The howl of monkeys, pristine beaches, the fascinating Calakmul pyramids... Read all »
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An hour outside Mexico City is one of the country's foremost examples: Teotihuacan. The sixth largest city in the world in 400 A.D., it was abandoned 300 years later, long before the Aztec civilization arose. No one knows why.
The site offers numerous buildings, including the Jaguar Palace and the Temple of the... Read all »
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La Paz, Mazatlan, and Puerta Vallarta are just a few of the West Coast options. Cabo has become one of the hottest destinations for everyone from honeymooners to college kids on winter break. Further South is sunny Acapulco, for generations one of the most desirable vacation spots on Earth.
Mexico cruises headed... Read all »