What To Do



cozumel

The island of Cozumel, known today as “the Island of peace” (one of the safest place on earth) offers a great variety of white sandy beaches.

If you are looking to enjoy a little bite more privacy, we recommend you drive to the other side and pick among miles of deserted beaches.

There are planty of typical restaurants where you can savor fresh seafood and exotic drinks.

We recommend that you set to know why Cozumel is considered a diver´s paradise. With the second largest barrier reef in the world, it is a must you should try.

If you don´t dive, snorkeling is for everyone, visit www.fiestaholidays.com for more information.

Explore historic landmarks built by the mayan civilization such as El Cedral, San Gervacio, temple of the goddess Ixel.

Immerse yourself in the beauty of Chankanaab or Punta Sur National Parks and don´t leave without climbing a top the lighthouse.

Riviera Maya

Enjoy Xcaret and Xelha with their unimaginable beauty. Don´t miss at least one of the archeological sites nearby such as Tulum, Coba, or the wonder of the new world: Chichen Itza.

Playa del Carmen is located in the heart of the Riviera Maya and is now famous for it´s nightlife and quaint restaurants.

Driving around the Mayan Riviera is a wonderful experience because of its wonderful beaches, cenotes (sink hole), lagoon and natural beauties.

CANCUN is the most important city in the Mexican Caribbean, located in the northern tip of the Yucatan.

The International airport is located 17 kms from downtown.

Right across Cancun is Isla Mujeres and a little bit further Isla Contoy and Holbox, known worldwide for it´s yearly arrival of wale sharks

Cancun

Admire it´s turquoise waters with miles of beautiful beaches.

Nightlife, an amazing array of clubs and bars to meet everyone´s taste choose from latin beats such as salsa to electronic music.

Cuisine, be ready to savor exquisite delights from our world famous Yucatecan cuisine. Don´t miss out on local seafood and don´t leave without saying “Salud”.

Shopping, there are some wonderful shopping malls such as La Isla or Forum Shops where you can find souvenirs and beautiful handicrafts.

Sian Ka´an Biosphere, In mayan means heaven´s door, and, you can find it very close to Tulum.

Right across the ocean some of the best untouched reefs of the world are here and the beaches are filled with quaint inlets and mangrove. It is also home to hundreds of endangered species, beautiful birds and colorful fish.

Tulum

Tulum has architecture typical of Maya sites on the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. This architecture is recognized by a step running around the base of the building which sits on a low substructure. Doorways of this type are usually narrow with columns used as support if the building is big enough. As the walls flare out there are usually two sets of molding near the top. The room usually contains one or two small windows with an altar at the back wall, roofed by either a beam-and-rubble ceiling or being vaulted.[4] This type of architecture resembles what can be found in the nearby Chichen Itza, just on a much smaller scale.

Tulum was protected on one side by steep sea cliffs and on the landward side by a wall that averaged about 3–5 meters (9.8–16.4 ft) in height. The wall also was about 8 m (26 ft) thick and 400 m (1,300 ft) long on the side parallel to the sea. The part of the wall that ran the width of the site was slightly shorter and only about 170 meters (560 ft) on both sides. Constructing this massive wall would have taken an enormous amount of energy and time, which shows how important defense was to the Maya when they chose this site. On the southwest and northwest corners there are small structures that have been identified as watch towers, showing again how well defended the city was. There are five narrow gateways in the wall with two each on the north and south sides and one on the west. Near the northern side of the wall a small cenote provided the city with fresh water. It is this impressive wall that makes Tulum one of the most well-known fortified sites of the Maya.