Visit a magical land called “Yucatan”


Few Mexican destinations can dazzle you with ancient Maya ruins, the azure Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico waters and colonial cities all in one place.

This magical land holds many more treasures to be discovered. Many of them lie just outside these resort areas in the Yucatán Peninsula, the place admiringly refers to as the “Magical Land of the Maya.”

The magic of the Yucatán starts with an incredible array of natural wonders, historical and archaeological sites, great food, and a laid-back vibe. The peninsula, which consists of Yucatán state and Quintana Roo states also touts some of Mexico’s most accessible, safest and cheapest destinations for adventuring out independently or with a small group.


Yucatán is not just another Mexican state, it is a magical place known for its Gulf of Mexico beaches and ancient Maya cities.


Famed Chichén Itzá encompasses a massive pyramid, ball court, and stone temples. While other Maya archeological sites include Ek Balam, noted for well-preserved sculptures, and Uxmal, with its intricate carved facades.

And what about the Yucatán’s capital and largest city, Mérida, whose downtown was built on top of the ancient Maya city of T’ho, and turned into a Spanish colonial history featuring incredible buildings such as its 16th-century Cathedral, constructed with material taken from the Maya settlements there.

Source: The Yucatan Post

The Mazatlan Post

The Reserve at Celestun Yucatan