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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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Although Cancun is mostly known for its excellent beaches and bustling nightlife, the crown jewel of the Mexican Caribbean offers travelers more than what meets the eye. With an abundance of museums, unique local experiences, and a growing number of Mayan ruins that are opening to the public, cultural tourism is on the rise in …

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When travelers think of historic Mayan ruins in Mexico, naturally Chichen Itza is the first place that comes to mind. For decades, it has held a high spot among the world’s most visited historical attractions, up there with the Great Wall of China and the Colosseum in Rome. But nestled high on a clifftop overlooking …

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The El Meco Archeological Site near Cancun’s hotel zone is set to soar in popularity this year thanks to its unique combination of history and pristine nature. And with new government investments, the well-preserved site is projected to skyrocket in popularity, offering travelers the best of both worlds. With cultural and historical tourism on the …

Read More about This Mayan Site Near Cancun That Combines History With Stunning Caribbean Beaches Is About To Skyrocket In Popularity

The Riviera Maya’s rich cultural history has long drawn tourists from around the globe. While Mexico’s Archaeological Parks, such as Chichen Itza and Tulum, are the most famous historical attractions, there are many more ways to discover the heritage of the Riviera Maya. According to Mexico’s National Institute of Statistics and Geography (INEGI), many tourists …

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Each year more than 2 million people from across the globe visit the amazing Chichen Itza, and anyone who has experienced the magic feeling of walking through this historical marvel understands its never-ending appeal. And while Chichen Itza deserves its popularity, it may just need to be prepared to lose some of that popularity to …

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Already Mexico’s most visited cultural tourism site, Chichén Itzá, continues to develop new ways to improve visitors’ experience. The Chichén Itzá Archaeological Zone is constructing a new museum to showcase ancient artifacts to tourists who wish to understand Mayan culture and history better. The new museum, called “Chichén Viejo,” will display more than 800 historical …

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Archaeological sites across the Mexican Caribbean appear to be more popular than ever before, as visitor numbers have grown by over 80% compared to previous years. While places like Tulum and Isla Mujeres have attracted visitors for years due to their rich history, 2023 is expected to be a record-breaking year for most Quintana Roo …

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