The Most Impressive Mayan Ruins In Mexico

Chichen Itza

There are countless Mayan ruins in Mexico – more than 4,400 are spread across North and Central America, all the way into El Salvador. While the Maya civilization started falling around the 9th century, with the most important cities being abandoned, the Maya people have not disappeared. In fact, more than 6 million Maya people … Read more

14 Must-See Playa Del Carmen Cenotes

Cenote Cristalino

One of the best things to do in Yucatan is swimming in cenotes, and some of the best cenotes in Mexico are located at easy distance from Playa del Carmen, so if you are spending time relaxing in this fun city and enjoying the many beautiful beaches of the Riviera Maya, you should definitely make … Read more

The Best Tulum Cenotes

Cenote Suytun

Tulum is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico. With a world-famous archeological site right on the shores of the Caribbean Sea, and idyllic beaches of powdery white sand, it’s easy to see why it’s a favorite of travelers. Yet, there’s more to Tulum than Mayan sites and beaches. Close to the city … Read more

13 Incredible Valladolid Cenotes

cenote Xkeken

One of the best things to do in Yucatan is swimming in cenotes, and some of the best cenotes in Mexico are located at easy distance from the lovely Valladolid, an incredibly chilled colonial town from where you can easily access the ruins of Chichen Itza – but also so much more! With so many … Read more

13 Must-See Merida Cenotes

Cenote Kankirixche

Visiting cenotes – sinkholes filled with freshwater – is easily one of the most fun, unique things to do in Yucatan, and if you are going to Merida you’re in luck – there is an incredible selection of cenotes near Merida, so that you can combine a day of sightseeing the incredible ruins of Chichen … Read more

15 Best Cenotes In Mexico

Cenote Suytun

One of the most unique things to do in Mexico is swimming (and at times even diving!) in cenotes. These natural sinkholes filled with freshwater are typical of the Yucatan peninsula, where you’ll have many to visit. Some Mexico cenotes are well hidden in the jungle and getting there can be a bit of an … Read more

A Guide To Visiting Palenque Ruins, Mexico

Palenque Ruins

Palenque Ruins are easily among my favorite Mayan sites in Mexico – so much so that I have visited 3 times! Completely surrounded by the jungle, in the lesser visited state of Chiapas, what’s special about these Mayan ruins isn’t just the incredible state in which you’ll find the pyramids and temples, but also the … Read more

The Ultimate Guide To Agua Azul, Chiapas

Agua Azul Chiapas

Agua Azul, Chiapas, is easily one of the most beautiful places you can hope to visit in the country. As the name Cascadas de Agua Azul – or Blue Water Waterfalls – recalls, this is a place of incredible natural beauty; a series of small waterfalls with swimming holes that make it quite the perfect … Read more