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Mayan Seafarers

Mayan Seafarers

During his fourth voyage to the New World in 1502, Christopher Columbus came across a heavily laden Mayan trading canoe near the Bay Islands in Honduras. Packed with cotton from the Yucatán, cacao from Belize…


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Tulum and other Mayan Ruins in the Riviera Maya

Admission Fees Tulum   $51 pesos Coba   $51 pesos Xel-Ha   $37 pesos Muyil   $31 pesos Source: INAH, subject to change without prior notice.


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A Tulum Vacation is for all Budgets

Tourists from around the globe who like nature and Mayan culture have discovered Tulum, in the Riviera Maya,  Mexico as the perfect beach destination to enjoy with a limited budget.  Tulum beach is not famous for…


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The Legend of Xtabentun- Mayan Culture in Tulum

When I visited Tulum Mexico, it was the first time that I heard about Xtabentun legend, then I realized that  Mayan culture is not only rich because of its Mayan ruins but also for the…


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Tips for a Wedding in Tulum, Riviera Maya

There are several reasons why people keep choosing Tulum in the Riviera Maya, Mexico as the ideal destination where to say “I do”. Weddings in Tulum have become a huge trend, by offering beautiful turquoise…


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Turtle Nesting Season in Tulum Beach

 If you want another good reason to visit Tulum, in the Riviera Maya, Mexico here it is…from May to October it is Turtle Nesting Season! Every night, after the sun comes down, the amazingly huge…


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Visit Tulum on your own

Although smaller than Chichen Itza, Tulum is perhaps the best preserved Mayan archaeological  site and is the second most visited of all the Mayan ruins in Mexico.  It is unique and special in several ways. …