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29 Sep, 2022

Historically, Chichen Itza was something of a late starter, only reaching its peak well after the great Mayan cities of the south, such as Calakmul, Tikal [...]


7 Sep, 2022

The archeological zone of Chichen Itzá remains the most visited tourist attraction in Yucatán, according to reports from the Patronato de las Unidades de Servicios Culturales [...]


6 Sep, 2022

In order to raise awareness about the threats to these species, and to prevent some of them from becoming extinct, every September 6, since 2012, World [...]


30 Aug, 2022

  There are thousands of things to do in Yucatan, here I will tell you my secrets, travel tips, advice, and everything you need to know [...]


3 Aug, 2022

The Mayan Ruins of Xunantunich are just as stunning as any other Mayan monument. Xunantunich deserves its own spotlight. Even if the site is not located [...]


27 Jul, 2022

Tourist traffic at the archaeological site of Chichen Itza causes cities like Valladolid and Mérida to become tourist centers. And even more, a route to find [...]


25 Jul, 2022

The Mayan Civilization expanded further more than the Yucatan Peninsula. In this Article we listed 5 Mayan Ruins You Need to Know. Some are still in [...]


22 Jul, 2022

  The entrance fee is $120 MXN, this includes a lifejacket and the entrance to a second cenote. Opens daily from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm. [...]


20 Jul, 2022

  This is a very popular activity in Cancun and the Riviera Maya, visiting Chichen Itza is a must when you are in the area. The [...]


15 Jul, 2022

Most of the Mayan symbols are related to the mathematical and astronomical knowledge developed by the Mayas. There are also Mayan symbols related to their hieroglyphic [...]


11 Jul, 2022

Endemic Species in Yucatan The jaguar, a symbol of power and strength, of life and fertility, is the largest feline in the Americas. For the Maya, as [...]


8 Jul, 2022

Some of these rituals are still being practiced by the Mayan people, not including the human sacrifices of course. But it’s also good to mention that [...]


6 Jul, 2022

Today we bring you a new Resort recommendation. This resort goes for sustainability, luxury, and tradition. Chablé Hotel is where you can enjoy a unique and [...]


4 Jul, 2022

For centuries, archaeologists and other scientists have studied the Mayan Culture and its architecture. Every day there’s some new discovery regarding the math and astronomy behind [...]


30 Jun, 2022

  Some cenotes are only found through small 1 m diameter holes created by tree roots, with human access through enlarged holes, such as the cenotes [...]


24 Jun, 2022

As the Summer Solstice passes by a couple of days ago, indicating the beginning of summer, the Winter Solstice is waiting for you at the end of the [...]


22 Jun, 2022

Summer updates from the Archaeological Site of Chichen Itza, new information about visitors, and upgrades in the site's facilities. In this article, we share about Chichen Itza [...]


21 Jun, 2022

According to legend, Kukulcán, the feathered serpent god, alights from the heavens, blesses his worshipers on earth, and then makes his way to the underworld, or [...]


21 Jun, 2022

Get closer to the Mayan wonders in the Chichén Itzá Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Delite yourself with a direct view of the archaeological [...]


10 Jun, 2022

The cave wasn’t easy to find, surrounded by a fructiferous jungle, Balankanche was finally discovered in 1905, but it wasn’t until 1959 that archaeologists discovered its [...]


6 Jun, 2022

Today on the national magic towns day in Mexico, we would like to celebrate showing you these amazing places located in Yucatan. Yucatan is a state [...]


3 Jun, 2022

What to know some myths and legends of the Mayan Culture? Here we listed 3 curious facts that are part of the history of the Mayans. [...]


2 Jun, 2022

The ancient Maya constructed hundreds of pyramids throughout Mesoamerica, from about 1000 B.C. to A.D. 1500, placing a wide variety of artifacts inside of them.  Yes, [...]


23 May, 2022

The Kukulkan nights began a few years ago during 2015. The spectacle delighted national and foreign visitors, and since then the light and sound show become a popular activity [...]


21 May, 2022

Driving from Cancun to Chichen Itza is very easy, and it takes 2.5 hours, maybe more if you take the free highway, this applies if you [...]


9 May, 2022

After naming Chichen Itza one of the 7 World Wonders in 2007, the council of tourism in Mexico decided to implement a similar contest within the [...]


20 Apr, 2022

Many of these ancient civilizations were very ingenious and unique in their thought processes which have been preserved and viewed by visitors today. And while there [...]


8 Mar, 2022

The tale goes that, when these dates arrived, Mayan deity Kukulcan descended to the Sacred Cenote to improve lands fertility and progress seasons. However, most tour [...]


2 Mar, 2022

One of the documents that compile Maya knowledge of specific regions, the Chilam Balam, mentions that the Itzaes, inhabitants of Chichén Itzá, were "the last dominators", [...]


22 Feb, 2022

Let us take you on a journey of discovery to some of the most beautiful wonders of the world. A list of natural and man-made sites [...]


13 May, 2021

Kukulcan pyramid, in Chichen Itza, is the mayan masterpiece. To get to Chichen Itza from Cancun, you must take the highway dividing the Gulf of Mexico [...]


18 Mar, 2021

The equinox means that Sun is perfectly above the Equator, which is equal in length to day and night. This is technically an equinox and marks the [...]


19 Feb, 2021

You’ll for sure know that Chichen Itza is in Mexico, you might even know that it is in the Yucatan Peninsula, and that’s true, but here [...]


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