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Mexico

Mexico Destinations Travel Guide

 

 

 

Flag of Mexico

Language: Spanish

Currency: Peso (MXN)

 

 

 

 

 

Travel Destinations in Mexico

 

Cacaxtla

 

Frescoes with colorful depictions of a Mayan life survived at this ancient archeological site of Cacaxtla.

Cantona

 

Ancient pyramids of Cantona archeological site seem to rise right from the Mexican desert.

Cascadas de Agua Azul

 

Cascadas de Agua Azul are a series of splendid water cascades located 125 km Northeast of San Cristobalck, Chiapas.

Cempoala

 

Cempoala is an ancient archeological site located 44 km (27 mi) North of Veracruz in the state of Veracruz in Mexico.

Cenote Cho Ha

 

Cenote Cho Ha is underground pool surrounded by beautiful geological formations in the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico.

Cenote Dzitnup

 

Cenote Dzitnup is an underground pool in the Yucatan limestone formed after natural geological processes.

Chichen Itza

 

Magnificent ruins of Chichen Itza are located in Yucatan peninsula. It is largest and one of the most impressive Mayan city states.

Copper Canyon

 

Copper Canyon in the Mexican state of Chihuahua gets its name from a green color walls that look like a copper at a distance.

Coba

 

Mayan city of Coba is famous for numerous religious buildings including the highest pyramid constructed by the Mayan civilization.

Cozumel

 

Whether you like to explore ancient ruins, dive in the reefs or just bask in the sun, Cozumel has it all.

Cueva de la Boca

 

Massive Cave de la Boca outside of Mexican city of Monterrey is a famous roosting home for thousands of bats.

El Tajin

 

El Tajin is a major Mayan city those remains are located in a magnificent condition in the Mexican state of Veracruz.

Ek Balam

 

Ek Balam or 'Black Jaguar' is a Yucatec- Maya city located just 30 km North of Valladolid in Yukatan peninsula Mexico.

Malinalco

 

Impressive ruins of an Aztec city of Malinalco is harmoniously combined with surrounding picturesque jungles.

Monte Alban

 

Monte Alban is an impressive site of ancient Mayan ruins in a Mexican province of Oaxaca.

Museo Frida Kahlo

 

Museo Frida Kahlo is a former house of the famous Mexican artist on the outskirts of Mexican capital Mexico City.

Museo Leon Trotsky

 

Museo Leon Trotsky is a former house of Russian- Jewish revolutionary who was killed here by the orders of Stalin.

Nonoch Nah Chich

 

Nonoch Nah Chich in Quintana Roo state of Mexico is one of the largest flooded underground caves.

Paquime

 

Paquimé or Casas Grandes is an ancient archeological site in the state of Chihuahua in Mexico constructed before the arrival of Columbus.

Palenque

 

Palenque that is located in Yucatan peninsula is one of the largest and mysterious of Mayan city states.

Paricutin Volcano

 

Paricutin Volcano started erupting in the early twentieth century and covered human structures. Some are still visible today.

Sian Ka'an

 

Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve is a large nature preserve that protects diverse Mexican ecosystem.

Teotihuacan

 

Mysterious ruins of Teotihuacan still puzzle many historians with its origins, purpose of symbolism in its construction as well as life style of its residents.

Tula

 

Tula is an ancient archeological site situated 85 km North of Mexico city in the Mexican state of Hidalgo.

Tulum

 

Tulum is an ancient Mayan city in Yucatan peninsula in Mexico that served as a harbor for trade.

Uxmal

 

Mayan city of Uxmal is famous for its unique architecture as well as great preservation state of the buildings.

Valladolid

 

Valladolid is a pleasant small town with Spanish architecture, small streets and several parks.

Xcaret Underground River

 

Xcaret underground river is a natural geological formation that was worshipped by ancient Mayans as the entrance to the Underworld.

Xochicalco

 

Xochicalco is a ancient Mayan archeological site situated 40 km Southwest of Cuernavaca in the Mexican state of Morelos.

     

 

 

 

Tips while you travel in Mexico:

- avoid marshy areas and take insect repellant. Insects might transfer several deadly diseases in addition to causing discomfort

- check weather conditions before visiting

- if you plan to camp in the jungle protect your equipment and food from water and moisture

- wear pants and water- resistant boots to reduce chance of a snake insect bite

- drink plenty of bottled water, prevent dehydration

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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