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Chichen Itza, the Cenote Ik Kil and Valladolid

The seventh wonder of the world is the Mayan city of Chichen Itza. Everybody has to visit it! Numerous archaeological finds, which today can be seen in Chichen Itza, are not to unequivocally classify as ones of any of the ancient cultures of Mesoamerica. Rather, they form a highly original blend of typical ideas and motifs of culture of the Mayas and the Toltecs.


Located on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Cancun is one of ten best resorts in the world.

Underwater Museum

Mexico attracts more and more tourists each year. Besides that there are the gorgeous beaches and excellent service in hotels here, there is a diver's paradise too – diving is well, warm and beautiful. And since some time it’s informative too, because there is an amazing underwater museum here.


90 km to the east of Chichen Itza and 40 km to the northwest of Tulum the ruins of the Mayan city of pre-Columbian era, known as Coba (Cobá in Spanish) are situated. This name is likely to be translated from ancient Mayan language as "water with moss" or "muddy water", associated with several small lakes with very muddy water, which are located nearby.

Tulum and Xel-Ha

Tulum combines the romance and the history: the inimitable Caribbean Sea and the ruins of the ancient Mayan city. The ancient city is built on the edge of a sheer cliff, offering breathtaking view of the turquoise sea, pelicans and eagles flying over your head, and an iguana hiding in the bushes. The stone fortifications that surround an ancient city are a worthy response to lingering strife in the context of political instability in the region.


Despite the fact that steam baths are used in many cultures in various parts of the world, temazcal to this day has a special significance in original cultures of America, such for religious reasons, as how a way of healing.


Xcaret – perhaps the main attraction of Cancun – seduce you with its endless temptations. You will need at least a whole day to get around and see this wonderful recreation area.

Cozumel Island

Cozumel ("The Island of Swallows") is the largest inhabited island in Mexico (14 km wide and 53 km long). This is one of the most important Caribbean resorts, a great place for diving and fishing. This resort has gained popularity not only by the marvelous beauty of the underwater world, but also by the fact that it is a part of the world's second largest coral reef.

The Island of Women

The Island of Women (Isla Mujeres) is a small island located 45 minutes away from the port of Cancun. Its measures are just 8 x 1 km, and it is easy to explore on foot or on a moped rented. The island is known since the days of pirates.

The water park "Wet and Wild"

"Wet-n-Wild" is the only water park, located directly in Cancun. It is also known as "Nizuc" and is a great place to spend a day full of unforgettable adventures with your family. Here the children forget about the time and the adults feel like children.

The park of crocodiles "Crococun"

The park "Crococun" is located near Playa del Carmen (Riviera Maya) 30 minutes south of Cancun. It is a large nature reserve, specialized in the breeding of crocodiles and other animals such as deer, monkeys, wild cats, sea turtles and many others. You can also expect to see the various species of snakes, lizards, pigs peccary, dogs Maya and others.

The Jungle Tour on the speedboats

Jungle Tour combines an adventure and a relaxation. You will find a fascinating journey on the double speedboats on Nichupte lagoon through the channels, covered with mangrove trees.

Ek Balam and Rio Lagartos

Archaeological site of Ek Balam was opened to tourists recently. The ancient city is picturesque and holds many secrets. For example, the sculptures of winged human or angels in here still cannot be linked with the known history of the Maya.

Tour program "The world of Mayas of Yucatan", 3 days/ 2 nights

Yucatan is a peninsula, where three Mexican states of Campeche, Quintana Roo and Yucatan neighbor. The northern part of Guatemala and Belize are here too. The shores of Yucatan are washed by the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico.

Tour program "The world of Mayas of Yucatan + Cancun", 4 days/ 3 nights

Tropical moist forests and impenetrable low-growing shrubs, high mountains, lakes, underground rivers and cenotes – natural wells... Not only exotic nature, but also cultural monuments, and local traditions, and cuisine attract tourists from all over the world to the Yucatan Peninsula.

Tour program "The world of Mayas of Yucatan + Palenque", 5 days/ 4 nights

If you climb up on any of the pyramids of the Yucatan remained from the lost civilization, you’ll see the view of a few tens of kilometers of the visibility in any direction.

Tour program "The world of Mayas of Yucatan + Palenque + Cancun", 6 days/ 5 nights

Yucatan is famous for the world's largest system of underground reservoirs with mazes and numerous craters from 2 to 20 meters of width. These craters are called cenotes (cenote means "something deep"). They were the only sources of fresh water for the Maya settlements in the most territory of Yucatan. Currently, the majority of villages are also located next to the cenotes.

Tour program "The world of Mayas of Yucatan + Palenque + Tikal", 6 days/ 5 nights

Most archaeological remains of Mayan and some other cultures is situated in Mexico, that’s why this country is rightfully considered to be the country of the ancient Maya. However, the Mayans also lived in modern Guatemala, and our tour will provide you with a tremendous opportunity to visit Tikal, one of the main ancient centers of Mayan culture, besides Palenque and Chichen Itza.

Tour program "The world of Mayas of Yucatan + Palenque + Tikal + Cancun", 7 days/ 6 nights

To this day, the culture of the ancient Mayas holds a huge number of mysteries, and often the scientists, unraveling one of them, come across several new ones. Throughout the world, you can find ordinary people, keen on learning about ancient civilization. If you are one of them, welcome to our tour!

Contact information

T. +52.55 5668 3255, +52.55 5668 3146 


Av. de Las Fuentes 170, Col. Jardines del Pedregal 01900 Mexico DF