Of all the RV Parks in Mexico, the Cancun Corridor is Mexico’s most-visited area. The state of Yucatan is Mexico’s newest, most popular ex-pat hub.
The “Mayan Train” will run from Palenque in Chiapas to El Triunfo, Tabasco, Campeche, Campeche, up to Mérida, Izamal (Yucatan), Cancun, Quintana Roo. Then it descends to include some areas in central Yucatan, Bacalar, Q. Roo, Calakmul, and Candelaria. In all five states will have a section of rail running through them. There will be 18 stations. 1,500 kilometers of track are planned.
Mexico is revered the world over for its archeological sites. Recently it has made headlines with the discovery of ancient teen that divers found in an underwater cave. Revelations made this past spring about her DNA make this 13,000-year-old girl (name “Naia” by those who discovered her) one of the most extraordinary archeological finds in […]
Ten Things to do in Cozumel Although Mexico boasts many famous cities and regions, in the State of Quintana Roo the island of Cozumel is one of its most enchanting destinations. A vacationer’s paradise, the island is famous for its many adventurous or unforgettable things to do. The following ten activities will delight the senses […]
Planning an eco-travel vacation in Mexico is an exciting prospect since this dynamic country is filled with millions of acres of protected landscapes as well as extraordinary historical sites and natural attractions.
As one of the most popular tourist destinations in Mexico, the Yucatan is filled with scenic, historic, and cultural attractions to suit any taste.