Here’s our monthly gallery showcasing some of the region’s many natural and historical attractions. How many have you visited?  Which ones would you like to explore on future visits to Cancun and the Riviera Maya?



How about a floating Mexican fiesta this month? Set sail one evening on a colorful trajinera or Mexican-style gondola at Xoximilco Park. Your voyage will take you along canals through the forest into a world of Mexican traditions, delicious food, music and dance.

Bahias de Punta Solimán

Have you visited this pretty bay between Xel-Ha and Tulum in the Riviera Maya? It’s the site of a popular local seafood restaurant serving up the catch of the day.

Cenote Ik Kil

Cenote Ik-kil

Close to Chichen Itza, this cenote is the perfect spot for a cooling swim after a morning discovering ancient pyramids, temples and ball courts!



North of Merida, just off the highway to the port of Progreso, this archaeological site is one of the earliest in the Yucatan. The Temple of the Dolls is famous for its perfect alignment with the rising sun on the days of the spring and fall equinox in March and September.

Explore the Yucatan with Thomas More Travel

Thomas More Travel can help you arrange trips to these spots and to all the natural and historical wonders in the Mexican Caribbean and Yucatan.