Sea Turtles Protection
Several endangered sea turtle species have chosen the tranquil Mexican Caribbean beaches to lay their eggs. They prefer calm places, with little illumination and they like the tepidity of the white sand that is in certain areas of the different Maya. We have creek places throughout the Mayan Creek, which Sanctuaries of the Marine Turtle have been declared officially, such as Tulum, Xcacel and Xcacelito. It’s possible, in the period of the birth of the eggs that from as of September for the end of October, to organize a trip to help small turtles as soon as taken to enter water, it is in fact a unique sensation, gives a name, a kiss and augurs the good luck, whose of her it will have much necessity since only 1 turtle the 1000 survives.
Our world consists of clear waters, cenotes and caves. The cenotes and caverns are located throughout the jungle in an ancient underwater river system to which we have access to over 700 km of explored diving areas. Nowhere else in the world can you enter such magnificently decorated and spiritually sensitive areas that open a whole new realm to your diving ability and experience. All kinds of diving are advised to bring with them the patent.
Xcaret is a great nature theme park on the coast, loaded with attractions: snorkel in the underground river, visit the aquarium, swim with dolphins, enjoy the butterfly exhibit, visit a Mayan village, stroll along the beach, and much more.
Then, experience Xcaret at night, with a Mayan ceremonial dance by firelight dry cave and an amphitheater to take in regional music and dancing from around Mexico.
Xel-Ha explores a natural wonder. The waters of Xel-Ha are a combination of salt water from the seas and freshwater from the underground rivers. This provides a habitat for a variety of fish, birds and other wildlife. You can enjoy snorkeling, tubing, biking and just walking around this beautiful area.
Aktun Chen, you won't want to miss this cave! A walk through Aktun Chen is as close to "dry cave diving" as you'll get. It’s a great example of the extensive caves in the area. The variety and number of stalactites is staggering! The park has an area of 400 Ha/ 988 acres of unexplored sub-tropical rainforest and exotic wildlife.
There are many to choose from, but above all TULUM ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE must be visited. It is unique in that it is the only site on the sea or rather on a cliff, in fact, Tulum in the Mayan language means' cliff overlooking the sea.
Another site is COBA’ (24,85 mi) where you will find the highest pyramid on the Yucatan Peninsula. This site is in the middle of the jungle, which makes it all the more fascinating.
The most important site is CHICHENITZA (93,21 mi), the famous Mayan city. Here you will find the ‘pelota’ field (a very important game in Mayan times), the market place, various types of houses and sacrificial areas called ‘cenotes’ as well as the important astronomical observatory where the Mayans observed the stars to foretell the future.