Chichén Itzá was one of the largest Maya cities in the world. A sacred site of wealth and pilgrimage, it's filled with jaw-dropping ancient buildings, pyramids, temples, and speckled with brilliantly blue freshwater cenotes.
One of the last cities inhabited by the Maya people, Tulum was once an important trading hub, generating enormous wealth exporting jade and obsidian. Now, it's a fascinating city-museum, with well-preserved temples and stunning coastal views.
The glorious Xel-Há Park is an eco-friendly tropical paradise on the Caribbean coast. It's full of incredible adventure and breathtaking natural sights.
The Museo Subacuático de Arte (or MUSA) is an underwater museum which first opened in 2009. It's located in the waters surrounding Cancún, Isla Mujeres and Punta Nizuc and makes a great trip from Cancún or Playa Del Carmen.
The recently discovered Rio Secreto is an underground river cave full of stalactites and stalagmites that are literally millions of years old. The mineral formations here - and the experience of swim-hiking through them - is truly remarkable.
Xenses park doesn't play by the rules of physics or logic. Inside this Mexican jungle paradise, you'll find head-spinning optical illusions, thrilling rides, and more beautiful nature than you can believe!
Aktun Chen Natural Park is a scenic rainforest park fit for the whole family to explore, close to Cancun in Mexico. It features an underground river for swimming and snorkeling, a brilliant state-of-the-art zip line and awesome cave exploration opportunities.
Adventure, history and culture combine in a fun-packed Mexican eco-park
Adventure, history and culture combine in this incredible eco-park
Thrilling ziplining, river rafting, 4-wheel driving and more
Get to know the Ancient Mayans in one of the largest ancient cities in the world
Ziplines, underground caves, amphibious vehicles and more adventure awaits!