The last leg of our trip to the Yucatan peninsula took us to two beautiful spots: Río Lagartos and Isla Holbox. Río Lagartos, which means Allegator River, is a tiny town located at the lagoon Ria Lagartos. The lagoon is part of a natural reserve and boasts the densest population of flamingos in all of Mexico. Click here to read the whole post and see all the beautiful pictures!
When we left Tulum we headed for the ruins in Cobá. Cobá was inhabited by the Maya before either Tulum and Chichen Itza. The Cobá ruins are very different from the ones in Tulum, because they’re located in the jungle, which gives them a much more mysterious vibe.. Read the whole post here!
The Maya city Tulum is located in the southern part of the Riviera Maya, about which I wrote my first blog post in this series. But since there’s so much to see and do in Tulum I decided to write a separate post dedicated to this trendy town. Click here to read the whole post!
Just like I did after my trip to Japan, I going to share a series of blog posts about my recent trip to Mexico! In the coming weeks you can expect posts about the beaches and snorkelling on Isla Mujeres and in the Riviera Maya, the ruins in Tulum, Cobá, Chichén Itzá and Uxmal, the colonial city Mérida, the nature reserve in Río Lagartos, sandy Holbox, and of course about the fantastic Mexican food. I hope you’ll enjoy reading them!
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