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With interest in the Mexican Caribbean’s legendary Maya civilization reaching an all-time high, officials are busy carrying out extensive renovations on a number of historic sites across the region.  One of the latest Mayan ruins to undergo renovation is Playa del Carmen’s Xelhá ruins, which authorities recently closed indefinitely as workers begin to improve infrastructure …

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Tulum’s hugely popular Archeological Zone is set to become even more alluring for travelers with the opening of two new temples that have thus far remained off-limits for the general public. This week, archeologists revealed that travelers will soon be able to discover a whole new section within the vast Mayan ruins of Tulum. The …

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The spring holiday travel season is just weeks away in the Mexican Caribbean. That will drive thousands of visitors to Cancun and other popular beach destinations to enjoy all of the sun, sand and surf the region has to offer guests. A number of visitors will also head to experience some of the amazing cultural …

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Tourists seeking to escape from the winter blues and find an exotic winter vacation getaway are selecting the Magical Town of Bacalar for their adventure for the peak fall and winter holiday travel season. In fact, many regard the Mexican Caribbean in the far south of Quintana Roo near the border of Belize as the …

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The construction of the Maya Train, the Mexican government’s flagship infrastructure project, is set to conclude soon. The ambitious project will significantly transform travel in the Mexican Caribbean, making it easier than ever before to explore the region’s hidden wonders. But even in well-known places like Cancun, the Maya Train is expected to massively boost …

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Cultural travel is on the rise in Cancun and the Mexican Caribbean as travelers increasingly venture outside of their all-inclusive resorts. With a range of new investments to improve accessibility and infrastructure across the myriad of stunning Mayan sites around Quintana Roo, enjoying the Mexican Caribbean’s rich culture has never been so easy. The Mexican …

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The southeast of Mexico is a rich hotbed of culture and history; while it’s now better known as one of the world’s greatest vacation hotspots, it was once the seat of the powerful Mayan Empire. Luckily for the world, the Mayan Empire left behind no shortage of wonders for us and future generations to marvel …

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The official launching of the Maya Train later this year massively increases the availability and scope of historical and cultural attractions for travelers across the Mexican Caribbean. With travelers increasingly keen on discovering Quintana Roo’s centuries-long Mayan history, officials have decided to launch two new museums dedicated to the ancient civilization. As the opening of …

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Tulum’s renowned Archeological Zone will soon offer travelers even more Mayan history with the opening of two new monument areas that have thus far been closed to the public. The new archeological sub-areas have remained off-limits for visitors, but this is set to change as officials continue to implement the Archeological Zone Improvement Program across the Mexican …

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Travelers can look forward to adding yet another impressive Mayan site to their Mexican Caribbean itinerary this summer after officials opened the Cobá Archeological Zone to the public this week. The ruins are some of the oldest and most significant in the region and had been closed for some time while renovations were taking place to prepare …

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