After a plunge into the enigmatic Ik Kul Cenote in the Yucatan peninsula, you can explore the centuries-old Mayan mysteries.17
The ancient city where the Mayan peoples lived and its famous pyramids belong to the new world wonders — these are the most visited sights of Yucatan.14
The deepest cave in Mexico surrounded by the jungles. It can be observed from the bird's eye view only.14
In this place Gods touch the ground and travelers can touch the mysteries of the ancient ghost city.13
The concept of this restaurant goes beyond the usual framework, but this is exactly why it attracts numerous visitors.4
The town is a national symbol of the country, where they produce the beverage of the same name. Tequila and its plantations included into UNESCO World Heritage List.4
The largest freshwater lake of the country provides a great opportunity to have a rest as well as to see lots of amazing birds.4
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