The Spring Equinox at Chichen Itza

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Each year thousands of people gather at the famous Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza to witness a historical event.  Possibly the most famous of the ruins, The Temple of Kukulcan or El Castillo, is the host to this magnificent event. If you’ve already been or are curious to find out more, read on to find… Read more »

Climate, Culture and Color: Wonderful Quintana Roo

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Not much persuasion is needed to travel to the Caribbean but the next time the decision must be made; Quintana Roo should be put at the very top of the list. This is Mexico´s seaside state of splendor. With Belize to the south, the Caribbean Sea lining the entire eastern coast and the Gulf of Mexico to the north, Quintana Roo is a must visit for three good reasons; Climate, Culture and Color.

Spanish and Mayan Language Tips on Your Cancun and Riviera Maya Vacation

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If you haven’t taken a vacation yet to Cancun or the Riviera Maya in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico, you’re in for a few fun and fascinating surprises. Surrounded by soft, white sand beaches, the breathtaking turquoise-blue Caribbean Sea, a sparkling lagoon bordered by mangroves, and lush green rainforests with colorful tropical plants and flowers, this travel destination will inspire you.

Family Friendly Cancun Vacation

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When you have children, planning a family vacation takes on a whole new meaning. There are many things to consider when taking a family vacation with children, especially where to travel. Take your next family vacation to Cancun, Mexico, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at how enjoyable and accommodating it is for both you and… Read more »