Mexico – Mayan Ruins, Cenotes, Beaches, Reefs and Much More! Advice and Tips for Travelers.

Mexico is a beautiful country full diverse travel experiences, many of which are found virtually nowhere else. Filled with ancient ruins, refreshing underground swimming holes known as cenotes, colonial era towns and beautiful beaches and coral reefs, Mexico has much to offer the careful traveler who also longs for a little adventure (or a lot of adventure if it suits you!) Add Mexico to your travel plans. Check out some of the things Mexico has to offer and pictures, travel descriptions and useful advice from my own travels to help you to see it for yourself!

Ancient Ruins

Ancient cities await your exploration: Mayan, Aztec, Olmec, Toltec and Teotihuacan. The ruins of hundreds of these mysterious cities dot the landscape of Mexico. When you visit one of these sites, you will channel your own inner Indiana Jones and imagine both the discovery of these ruins and wonder of what they must have been like when they were inhabited so long ago. While there are similarities between the sites, each is unique and worth your time to explore. Climb the stepped pyramids, walk into the ancient buildings and marvel at the artistic and the gruesome interposed in the stonework.

Chichen Itza, Maya Ruin, Mexico
Ancient Ruins

Chichen Itza, Palanque, Uxmal and many others are famous for their beauty and mystery. Click the image of Chichen Itza to the right to read about my own ruin travels and personal rankings of them along with lots of pictures and useful advice on how to see them for yourself.

Cenotes

Chikin Ha Cenote, Riviera Maya, Mexico
Cenotes

Cenotes are sinkholes that give access to underground water. They take many forms, from open swimming holes to underground rivers flowing through caverns. Mexico has thousands of cenotes and hundreds of miles of underground passages. Many are reserved for exploratory divers but there are still hundreds of options for experiencing them yourselves, whether via diving, snorkeling or just taking a swim. They are truly unique and worthy of being a focus of your travel dollars.

Click on the image of Cenote Chikin Ha to the left to read about my own cenote visits and personal rankings of them along with lots of pictures and useful advice on how to see them for yourself.

Port Towns

Mexico is a great cruise destination. They have many ports of call for cruise lines on both the Atlantic and Pacific side. The names are famous the world over: Acapulco, Cozumel, Puerto Vallarta, Cabo San Lucas and many more.

l Arco, Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Mexican Cruise Ports – coming soon!

To find out some of the things these ports have to offer you, click the image of El Arco to the right.

Natural Beauty

Aqua Azul Waterfalls, Mexico
Mexico’s Natural areas – coming soon!

Mexico is a beautiful country with many national parks and other natural areas. Diverse biomes from mountain to beach or desert to tropical jungle, you’ll find plenty to see and experience. Find out some of the places I have visited and tips on how to see it for yourself by clicking the image of Aqua Azul to the left.