Celestun is a secluded fishing village with a beautiful white sandy beach well known for the vast population of flamingos. If you travel to Merida, a visit to Celestun should definitely be on your list.
Chichen Itza is the most known and most visited Mayan ruins site in Yucatan Peninsula. A visit to one of the New Seven Wonders of the World should be on everyone’s list traveling to Yucatan.
There are so many things to do in Merida like admiring the colonial architecture, trying the delicious Yucatan cuisine, enjoying the night music festivities. Merida is also the perfect home-base for day trips to the Mayan Ruins of Chichen Itza or Uxmal and also the beautiful Celestun Biosfera.
Different than the popular Chichen Itza or Tulum, the Coba ruins have a more authentic look, with trees and bushes growing from the pyramid stones. The remote location, the fewer tourists, the access to the peak of the pyramid, make Cobá one of the most beautiful Mayan sites of Yucatan.
The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve is the biggest protected area in the Caribbean and a unique place to visit! Blessed with Mayan ruins, freshwater lagoons, dense jungle, mangroves forests, and many Mayan canals reaching the Caribbean Sea, this place is a must for every traveler to this part of the world