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Chichen Itza
Chichen Itza has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1988, the impressive Kukulkan pyramid there is one of the new seven wonders of the world and the area with 1500 hectares is also one of the largest archaeological sites in Mexico.
The mystical archaeological site of Coba was once the most important and even largest city on the Yucatan peninsula, it probably had well over 50,000 inhabitants in its heyday until 200 BC, it is also the oldest ruined city here on the peninsula.
Tulum was a strategically located economic center of the Maya and is the only archaeological site in the Riviera Maya that was built directly on the tranquil Caribbean coast.
On the Yucatan Peninsula there are no above-ground rivers but a huge network of underground rivers that are accessible through hidden entrances via cenotes.
Sian Kaan
Sian Ka'an is about 2 hours drive away from Playa del Carmen and extends in the southeast of the Yucatan peninsula. This natural attraction is an absolute must for nature lovers who want to distance themselves a little and get to know the flora and fauna of the region better.
Of course, a catamaran trip is a must here in the Caribbean. A catamaran is a boat that has two hulls. The typical equipment of a catamaran includes seating and counter areas, sun decks and shaded areas as well as an interior area that offers protection from high waves. The advantage lies in the faster speed at which the two-hull boat can move.
Zipline & ATV
If you’re in the mood for action, you shouldn’t miss this half-day excursion – not for the faint of heart or if you’re afraid of heights. Our trip starts at two times, one in the morning and one at 1pm, and it includes four ziplines. One of them starts from a height of 150 feet and with a length of 0,6 miles is the longest zipline here in the Riviera Maya
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