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The Chichen Itza Blog

The Chichen Itza Archeological Zone is probably the main and most important one in the entire Yucatan Peninsula. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988 and its famous Pyramid of Kukulkan is one of the new Seven Wonders of the Modern World. This wonderful site hides many other fascinating corners for you to explore. In this blog, we tell you everything you need to visit Chichen Itza and Cancun.

Chichén Itzá : A Wonder of the World

Mexico is full of natural paradises and impressive constructions. The beauty of our planet and what we have built on it is something worth knowing

Live an Unforgettable Experience in Cancun on a Clear Boat

If you are in Cancun, for sure you now know that visiting the second biggest coral reef in the world is definitely a must. Not only because of its majesty and the unbelievable bright colorful fish, but also because of the beautiful Caribbean water colors and its crystal-clear visibility. So as we mentioned before: definitely a must. We can all agree on that. So why not do it in an unforgettable way?

Visiting Chichen Itza: What not to miss

The world-famous archaeological site of Chichen Itza is one of the New 7 Wonders of the World by UNESCO and a World Heritage Site. This vestige is located right in the heart of the Mayan jungle and was once one of the most important cities for the Mayan civilization. Today, Chichén Itzá is a must thing to do when visiting Cancun or the Riviera Maya.

Explore the Magic Underwater

Adventure within the largest underground cave in the world which was recently discovered in the Riviera Maya. Cenotes are a hidden treasure of Mexico, you can explore some of the most gorgeous ones on Yucatan’s Peninsula, such as Cenote Suytun, Ik Kil and Saamal. Visit the most beautiful sacred cenotes on your next visit to Cancun.

The Equinox 2021 at Chichen Itza

Springtime is almost here! People worldwide are getting ready for the beginning of the best season of the year. Spring astronomically starts in the northern hemisphere between March 20th and 22nd as per the Gregorian calendar with an astronomical phenomenon called equinox that takes place each year on the exact dates.