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{flickr|100|campaign} Fall in Love with Mexicos Dolphins

One of the most amazing experiences you can ever have during your Mexico vacations is swimming with the dolphins. Get up close and personal with these sea mammals in a protected environment and discover how intelligent and friendly they can really be. Several dolphin centers or dolphinariums are open in Mexico for visitors to get this chance. Apart from the incredible beaches, Cancum, Isla Mujeres, Cabo San Lucas and the Riviera Maya also houses facilities that allow you to swim with the dolphins. One of the most special dolphin centers in the world is the Cabo Dolphin Center that is housed in the Cabo San Lucas Marina. The Wet n Wild Aquatic Park has Altantida where the dolphins stay in an enclosed beach. The biggest dolphinarium chain in the Mexican Caribbean is the Delphinus with centers at Xcaret, Xel-Ha and the Riviera Maya near Playa del Carmen. You can have games, embrace and ride the dolphins or otherwise watch the dolphins perform for you. Once in your life, this activity is really worth including in your Mexico vacation.

Things to do in Cozumel

Cozumel, located south of Cancun and across Riviera Maya provides one of the most unforgettable diving and snorkeling experience in Mexico. Cozumel has clear turquoise waters and hosts the Palancar which is the worlds second largest barrier reef. The Chichen Itza was the capital of ancient Maya and is considered as one of the Seven Wonders of the World which can be included in your Mexico vacation tour when you visit Cozumel. Visit other interesting archaeological sites of the Mayan empire like the Mayan port and walled fortress of Tulum, the jungle forest where Coba and an authentic Mayan community is located, the Mayan astronomical observatory Castillo Real and the Ixchel-dedicated site of San Gervasio. Spend your day at the water theme park Xel Ha, Natures Sacred Paradise Xcaret, Chankanaab National Park, Playa Mia Grand Beach Park or the Punta Sur Ecological Park. Some other attractions for visitors are the water theme park Xel Ha, Xcaret which is called Natures Sacred Paradise, Chankanaab National Park, Playa Mia Grand Beach and the Punta Sur Ecological Park.

Unforgettable Sites in the Riviera Maya

The Riviera Maya conjures visions of the centuries old archaeological sites that Mexico is well known for. There, one can find the old cities of the ancient Mayans. The Chichen Itza is one of the major cities of the Mayan Empire, being its capital where you can go up the Castillo or the grand pyramid and peek at the observatory of ancient astronomers where the most accurate calendars was created. Tulum which is the only walled city of the Mayan empire as well as the only Mayan city built near the ocean is worth visiting too. Other than this, though there are tourist sites and adventure activities that will interest visitors. Other attractions in the Riviera Maya region are Xcaret which is a Mayan-themed ecological park and Xel-Ha with its many coves, lagoons and caves. A Mayan Temple can also be found in Isla Mujeres where you can also indulge in water adventures while Isla Contoy has fine sand beaches and rows of palm trees that you can relax under. The Riviera Maya should definitely be included in your Mexico vacations as its not only relaxing but mentally enriching experience as well.

Visiting the Best of Veracruz

The history and culture of Mexico is most vividly displayed in the city of Veracruz but it still is slowly metamorphosing into becoming a sought after tourist destination. The Plaza de las Armas is located in the middle of the city and is a good place to spend your day or night strolling or relaxing in the main plaza. There are a lot of old architectureHistorical buildings worth seeing are the Municipal Palace built in 1608 with its baroque architecture and the Virgen de la Asuncion, the citys neo-classic cathedral that was built in the 17th century. In the port area is the Pemex Tower which is an old lighthouse, the Crafts Market, the Old Customs Building, the Postal and Telegraph Building, the Civil Registry Building and the Juarez Hemicycle Monument. The island where the historical Fort San Juan de Ulua is located is now connected to the mainland. You can go walking and exercising at several kilometers boardwalk known as the malecon. The Veracruz Aquarium is the largest aquarium in Latin America and is one of the latest developments of Veracruz. Include Veracruz in your vacation and find something exciting and new.