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Archaeological Sites

The Mayan civilization was one of the original cultures of the New World that extended for more than 3,000 years in southeastern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, and the western part of Honduras and El Salvador. In their most flourishing era they had one of the most densely populated and culturally dynamic societies in the world. The Mayan culture is known for its spectacular art, its impressive architecture and its sophisticated mathematical and astronomical systems, all very advanced for its time.

This culture is still alive because its descendants have been responsible for preserving it by sharing it with the world through its gastronomy, parties, ceremonies, beliefs, traditions and customs.

Among the many attractions that make the Mexican Caribbean unique is to have access to this fascinating culture through the majestic archeological sites and vestiges that are found throughout its territory.