E28***34one of the most beautiful places in Mexico. I took the tour twice with Trip and was really happy about it. they have very good companies they worked with we had a nice trip which included breakfast and lunch and the guide was bilingual.
RebeccahI think this was the most romantic experience of my life. Boat ride, a great show, buffet dinner with great food and staff that kept us amused! Something that you need to try when you go to Puerto Vallarta! <3
本杰明Ik Kil Cenote, or Cenote Ik kil, Ik Kil Cenote, or Cenote Ik kil, is a part of Ik Kil in the northern part of the Yucatan Peninsula, close to the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza. Cenote, limestone pits, cenotes, cave-like caves, shafts, here refers to natural limestone pits, sinkholes. The word Cenote comes from ts''onot, a Mayan language (Yucatec Maya), meaning lowland. Yucatan Maya is the Yucatan dialect of the ancient Maya language dating back five thousand years. The Mayans used Cenotes to worship. Ik Kil is sacred to the Mayans, and this place serves as a place where the Mayans worshipped their rain god Chaac. This place was once again regarded by the Maya as a place to relax. In the deep water area of this tiankeng, cave explorers and archaeologists have discovered jewelry fragments and bone fragments. One said, the tiankeng was formed by rain erosion; the other said, the tiankeng was formed by the impact of a meteorite. The opening of the tiankeng hole opens up to the sky, about 26 meters (85 feet) from the ground down to the water surface, with a winding path spiraling from the ground down to the water surface; spring water on the pit wall flows to the pit pond, but the water in the pit pond does not look The tiankeng is about 60 meters (200 feet) in diameter, and the water depth is about 40 meters (130 feet). Someone walked from the ground to near the surface of the water and then slowly dived into the water. Someone dived from a halfway platform. I have a fear of heights, but luckily I don’t have a fear of hypoxia, so I happily went into the water. I just think time flies too fast, next time I find a way to soak for a day. Because the tiankeng is located near the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, on the road to Valladolid, we will visit Chichen Itza first, then visit the tiankeng, and then visit Valladolid. San Gervasio Church, back to the Cancun Hotel Zone Long Causeway is already night. At night, I took a "free" ride to see the beaches and lagoon beaches of the Cancun Long Causeway again, because although I reminded several times, the driver was excited all the way and drove to the airport, forgetting to stop and put me down... Then, I myself Go back to the hotel. Then... No matter what happens at night, the morning is always so beautiful. Of course, I slept again by the rooftop pool until the morning sun and sea breeze awakened me. Thinking back, the best vacation is the bubbles at the bottom of the pit and sleeping on the roof. Traveling around the horses and flowers is just tourism, not a vacation. 【Scenery】Natural scenery, unique cave. [Fun] Swimming, diving, viewing, sightseeing, free choice, suitable for men, women and children. [Value for money] Very worth a visit. Very cost-effective.
University of Guadalajara Assembly HallGuadalajara,Mexico
Tap to rate
Arte Del Las AmericasBoca de Tomatlan,Mexico
Tap to rate
El Amparo Mining Company,Mexico
Tap to rate
The Marieta Islands are a group of small uninhabited islands a few miles off the coast of the state of Nayarit, Mexico, located in federal waters approximately 7.9 kilometres southwest of the peninsula known as Punta de Mita, in the municipality of Bahía de Banderas. The islands are a popular tourist destination because of the abundant marine life populations due to the islands being protected from fishing and hunting by the Mexican government. The ocean water depth around the islands is between 70 and 110 feet. The Marietas Islands were originally formed many thousands of years ago by volcanic activity, and are completely uninhabited. The islands are about an hour-long boat ride west-northwest from the coast of Puerto Vallarta or a 15-minute boat ride from the resort area of Punta Mita and are visited daily by hundreds of tourists. However, visitors cannot legally set foot on the islands.
La Pirámide, known as the Temple of Kukulcán, is a Mesoamerican step-pyramid that dominates the center of the Chichen Itza archaeological site in the Mexican state of Yucatán. The pyramid building is more formally designated by archaeologists as Chichen Itza Structure 5B18. Built by the pre-Columbian Maya civilization sometime between the 8th and 12th centuries AD, the pyramid served as a temple to the deity Kukulcán, the Yucatec Maya Feathered Serpent deity closely related to Quetzalcoatl, a deity known to the Aztecs and other central Mexican cultures of the Postclassic period. It has a substructure that likely was constructed several centuries earlier for the same purpose.
Nuevo Vallarta is one of the most visited Nayarit destinations. This vacation hot spot also boasts notable real estate developments, whether set beachside, among beautiful trees, or near exclusive golf clubs. Nuevo Vallarta Nayarit is an irresistible invitation to establish this tropical paradise as your home away from home.
The hotels and resorts of Nuevo Vallarta Nayarit are listed among the most exclusive and luxurious of beach destinations on an international scale. Some of these palace-like establishments have received the Five Diamond distinction, awarded by the American Automobile Association (AAA) to hotels that offer the finest and most luxurious of lodging, ambiance and hospitality. Hanging gardens, endless infinity pools that visually meld into the ocean, and luxurious hotel suites are just some of the tempting delights tucked away in these resorts with elegant architecture. Every resort hotel is complimented by the exquisite scenery of Banderas Bay and the tropical beauty of the magnificent Pacific coast.
Nuevo Vallarta Nayarit is also home to many of the most exclusive restaurants —many of which are located inside and outside of the hotel complexes. You’ll find menus offering everything from the intense tastes of Mexican and regional cuisine to a la carte gourmet delicacies that guarantee a unique culinary experience. Nuevo Vallarta restaurants are sure to please even the most demanding of palates. Some of the restaurants participate in the renowned annual International Gourmet Festival, and the delectable dishes served are as varied as the intricate flavors of Italian, Mediterranean, French and Asian cuisine themselves. Among the restaurants to receive international praise for their excellent creations and service is Piaf, named a Michelin restaurant and located inside the Grand Velas Hotel. Nuevo Vallarta is blessed with an impressive variety of gastronomic options that will leave even the most knowledgeable of food connoisseurs contented.
Tequila is a small city near Guadalajara. It is the birth place of Tequila. If you are around Guadalajara, you can come here for weekend. You can come and explore by taking Tequila making tours, which will take you to Field from where the tequila plant is grown and how in distilleries it is made. These tours included our and Tequila tasting. By end of the tour you will get really drunk if you taste all provided. 😄 One of the famous drink in Tequila and Guadalajara is Cantarito anc you will get it on streets in big mugs. It is cocktail made by Tequila, lemon and ice. Must try. City is beautiful and ln evening looks more beautiful. You can also find souvenirs shops to buy small small jewelry and magnets.
Tlaquepaque is a colorful, Lively area of Guadalajara, Mexico. Personally I like Guadalajara more than Mexico City. It’s clean, Green and safer. You can find many areas nearby to go on weekend or to just spend some fun time. Tlaquepaque, has a local Mexican vibe. There are colorful streets with street food, Souvenirs and Some very good and interesting statues. I really enjoyed Sweetcorn with Mayonnaise. There will be many locals enjoying their weekend if visit on Weekends.
Chichen Itza is well connected to major cities in Mexico. It is located in Yucatán Peninsula and near to Cancun. One can take flight to Cancun and take a Day tour to Chichen Itza. There are different ways to reach there from Cancun. One can take Private Buses, Tour Buses, or can drive by Car. Roads from Cancun to Chichen Itza are very good and easy to drive. Tours will combine several attractions like Canote so this is also good way to explore Chechen Itza.
Once you are there you need to buy entry Ticket and then you are free to explore Chichen Itza Complex. It’s gets really hot in afternoon so arrive early to avoid rush and heat. There are multiple ruins in this complex and can take from 3-4 hours to explore. Later you can head to one of the Canote and take bath also after paying some money. This Canote is outside of Chichen Itza Complex.
There will be several shops inside near pyramid where you get souvenirs.
Getting There - 24hr flight? Totally worth it!
Attractions - Malecon, Marina, the sand and the ocean, great restaurants❤️
Hotels - Airbnb;)
Food & Restaurants - La Cornucopia at the marina with the best Italian food and ofc, pizza!
Hisao with great sushi at Malecon;) nachos and beans everywhere❤️
Shopping - If you wish to go shopping, Liverpool mall has it all, but there are plenty of normal stores all across Puerto Vallarta
Getting There - A 20min ride from Puerto Vallarta
Attractions - Dolphin Adventure, Rhytms of the Night, Scuba diving...
Food & Restaurants - Must say, great cocktails🍸🍹
Shopping - lots of souvenirs❤️
#holidayvacation Chichen Itza and its temple of kukulkan is the icon of Mayan culture. However, the attraction itself is too touristy nowadays, every five steps there will be someone asking to sell something and it is swarmed with tourists too.