Have a sightseeing tour of the beautiful Island Isla Mujeres. Isla Mujeres has a long and colorful history, in Mayan times the name of the Island was Ekab (black soil) and was a sanctuary for the Mayan goddess Ixchel. 1517 the Island was discovered by the Spaniard Francisco Hernandez Cordova, in the mid 18t century famous pirates like Captain Morgen and Captain Lafitte used the Island to hide.
Have a walk through a jungle camp outside the Riviera Maya and deep in the jungle to see and learn how people live and work in the jungle. Go swimming in a beautiful underground cenote and snorkeling at two different places at the Great Maya reef. Have lunch at a beautiful restaurant at the beach and afterwards shopping at the famous handicraft market of Puerto Morelos.
Go snorkeling at two different places at the Great Maya reef and afterwards shopping at the famous handcraft market of Puerto Morelos.
Visit Rio Lagartos and Las Coloradas at the Golf of Mexico where more than 40.000 Flamingos are living. Go on a boat trip at sunrise to see the Flamingos and all the other amazing birds nesting in the mangroves at Rio Lagartos, see crocodiles and the Salinas, where even the ancient Mayans harvested their salt. Visit the old colonial city of Valladolid to go swimming in the beautiful Cenote Zaci and to have a Mexican lunch at a local restaurant.
You want to see a tropical Paradise? You are adventures and you seek close contact to nature? Then you have to go to the Biosphere of Sian Ka’an. There are 859 different plants and 326 species of birds, many of them endangered species. Sian Ka'an is a bird sanctuary and the second most important place for the reproduction of endangered bird species such as the American stork, the long hair heron, and the peregrine falcon. You can see in the nature reserve many birds, dolphins, sea turtles, manatees, manta rays, barracudas and tropical fish.
Visit Tulum one of the last cities built and inhabited by the Mayans, serving as a major hub for Coba, it was at its height between the 13th and 15th centuries and managed to survive about 70 years after the Spanish began occupying Mexico. Drive along the ruins by boat, go snorkeling at the Big Maya Reef and have lunch at the pristine beach of Tulum.
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