Chichen Itza and the Archaeological Sites of the Mayan World

Chichen Itza and  the legacy of the Mayan civilization extends from the Southeast of Mexico to the North region of Central America. Its famous observatories, temples and enigmatic structures are silent witnesses of time and history. The Mayan people left some ancestral cities such as Chichén Itzá and the sister cities. Its fascinating cities and […]

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Mexico´s Underwater Cathedrals

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Mexico´s underwater cathedrals concealed within the Yucatan Peninsula hide gems for divers and archaeologists A network of more than 3,000 pools serve as entry points into the Yucatan’s underwater rivers. Famed underwater photographer Lia Barrett has captured the mystery and beauty of Mexico´s Yucatan cenotes in a beautiful collection. Lia is a photo editor at […]

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Life in Pink

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The Celestun Biosphere is a wildlife retreat, with fantastic bird watching Less than two hours from Merida, the capital of Mexico’s Yucatan state, is the Celestun Biosphere, a protected reserve brimming with winter migrating birds. Far from Cancun’s crowded beaches and ruins, Celestun is a relatively undiscovered luxury wildlife retreat, with fantastic bird watching opportunities […]

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