To the southeast of Mexico, Yucatan together with Quintana Roo, and Campeche, make up the Yucatan Peninsula. This peninsula of vital importance due to its settlements of the Mayan people who settled throughout this area around the year 300 AD. founding very important cities, such as Chichen-Itzá, Coba, Tulum, Ek Balam and Coba among others. Despite the passing of the years, these cities have remained in force, thanks to the great cultural, social and technological legacy that characterized the Mayan peoples.
The geographical situation of Yucatan gives it a warm climate all year round, especially in the summer, its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico adds excellent beaches in its northern part and an innumerable number of spectacular cenotes, thanks to the system of underground rivers that flow through Throughout the length and breadth of the entire peninsula, its flora and fauna is very varied, the low jungle favors the conservation of the soil and many of the current towns are considered cultural heritage.
Come to know the land of the pheasant and the deer, the ancient Mayan lands.