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Yucatan Peninsula Guide
Cancun, Riviera Maya and CozumelThe Yucatán Peninsula welcomes more visitors each year than any other part of Mexico. Its tremendous variety attracts every kind of traveler with an unequaled mix of sophisticated resorts, rustic inns, ancient Maya culture, exhilarating adventures, exquisite beaches and crystal clear waters. The Yucatan peninsula is quite different than the rest of Mexico. This, no doubt, is due to the Maya and their history. Although you will find examples of modern and colonial lifestyles, it is the Maya legacy which creates the sense of another world. The ruins of the past are plentiful. Some of the major sites include Chichen Itza (voted as one of the new 7 wonders of the world), Tulum, Coba , and Uxmal. The Riviera Maya and Cancun area is also renowned for its diversity, whether one is looking for a quiet place to stay or a more 'in' area.
CancunCancun is a breathtaking phenomenon of glorious skies and seas, strikingly turquoise, transparent and infinitely-hued.
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Island of CozumelThe Island of Cozumel is the largest inhabited island in Mexico, is a paradise for divers from all over the world.
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Playa del Carmen Playa del Carmen, or Playa as it is called by the locals, has acquired international fame in the unprecedented short span of just ten years.
The Riviera MayaThe Riviera Mayais located along the coast of the Yucatan peninsula, between Cancun and Tulum, the famous Maya archaeological site.
TulumTulum is one of the most beautiful cities of the Maya culture with a spectacular view of the Mexican Caribbean.
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Isla MujeresIsla Mujeres is a small, calm island located to the north of Cancun. The island is colorful and natural, with both exclusive hotels and inexpensive lodgings.