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Las Coloradas is located on the north coast of the Yucatan peninsula and is a fishing village that is extremely popular amongst tourists.  The breathtaking pink salt flats are a natural phenomenon that currently ranks highly as one of the most popular tourist destinations on any travel itinerary for international travelers. The area had previously …

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Last year, one of the most visited beaches in Playa Del Carmen, Playa El Recodo, was closed for the foreseeable future due to the ongoing battle with sargassum, which has been causing issues along the coastlines of the Mexican Caribbean all year.  Now thanks to Lili Campos, and the municipal government, the beach is now …

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The new Maya Train that is being built throughout the Yucatán Peninsula will no doubt be great for locals getting around, but it will also provide more opportunities for tourists as well.  One of the biggest benefits is that it will give tourists the chance to explore many more archeological sites beyond the city of …

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The 950-mile Maya Train mega-project will be inaugurated in December 2023 as planned, despite ongoing problems and delays, promised Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. The Maya Train was first announced back in 2018 when it was touted as a way of increasing tourism and boosting job prospects in southeastern Mexico. There have been many …

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As one of the seven wonders of the world, Chichen-itza is one of the most magical and historical places in all of Mexico to visit. Located in the beautiful Yucatan Peninsula – here are 4 tours to guide your exploration around this sacred land. Pronounced “chee-chehn eet-sah”, Chichén Itzá is a massive Mayan city that was …

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Due to confirmed cases of Covid-19 with associates of the Cobá Archaeological zone, the location is now closed to the public until further notice. Only 7 days after reopening to the public from July 30th – August 4th for sanitization and tracing due to another positive Covid-19 case, The Cobá Archaeological zone is once again …

Read More about The Yucatan Peninsula’s Ancient Cobá Archaeological Zone Is Closed Until Further Notice

The Maya Train, or Tren Maya in Spanish, is a tourist train that will connect popular sites across the Yucatán Peninsula, encompassing the states of Quintana Roo, Chiapas, Yucatán, and Campeche. Construction of the project began in 2018 and is estimated to open as early as within the next two years, attracting 8,000 daily riders. …

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