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Most visitors purchase a flight & hotel package at origin.  If not, please feel free to email us, and we shop for your ideal accommodation�or, if you have a specific hotel in mind, check out accessibility, availability and rates for you.

Here are some of the options, depending your preference in terms of location, budget, length of stay, or accessibility:

* Downtown boutique hotel
* Family-friendly all-inclusive hotel
* Eco-lodge (beach or jungle) 
* Bed & Breakfast
* Vacation bungalow with kitchenette
* Garden cabanas
* Hostels

Rates in low season typically start at $60 per night and room.

Low season: May to October
High season: November to April

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The Mexican Caribbean

Probably the most outstanding feature of this part of the globe is the Caribbean Sea with its turquoise waters and white sandy beaches.  If you are into snorkeling or scuba diving you'll love this place: the second largest barrier reefs runs right in front of our noses. You can also snorkel and dive in regional cenotes, sweet water sink holes that are typical for the Yucatan peninsula. They are openings in the lime stone and are connected to a giant subterranean river system that flows into the ocean.  Guided cave dives are offered in various cenotes. (see pictures below)

There is an abundant offer of things that you can do to reconnect with nature: ocean or lagoon kayaking, kite surfing, catamaran cruising, swimming, snorkeling or scuba diving, horseback riding, explore the jungle, have a spa treatment, or just enjoy endless beach walks.

The Sian Ka'an biosphere reserve was declared UNESCO world heritage in 1987, and is a bird watcher's paradise. Watch the clip for details.  The Bacalar lagoon is said to be of seven different shades of blue. There is a cenote within one section of the lagoon.

If you feel like escaping to an island: visit Cozumel which is among the five best places in the world for diving, or Isla Mujeres with its Caribbean charm, or the more peaceful islands Contoy and Holbox where you can swim with whale sharks.

The most popular archaeological site of the Yucatan peninsula is in Chichen Itza.  It's considered one of the Seven World Wonders, and is known to be especially powerful during the spring and fall equinoxes.  The ancient city of Cob�, once an important traffic hub, is located in the jungle.  Overlooking the ocean, the Tulum temple served as a calendar to indicate important dates. Ek Balam's ruins are not as well known, but you'll be surprised in what excellent condition the wall paintings are. Truly a hot insider tip!

The Mayan territory covered Tabasco, Chiapas, Campeche, Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Belize, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and partially Nicaragua.


Maps of the Maya World          Map of Quintana Roo
and the Yucatan Peninsula

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