Explores the distinctive culture and history of the Yucatan, with its Spanish colonial heritage and modern Mayan communities provides detailed insights into the area's Mayan legacy - the magnificent ruins of Chichen Itza and the Giant Catacombs at Loltun encompasses the southern states, including Campeche, Tabasco and Chiapas reveals empty tropical beaches, wild turtle islands, old pirate villages and some of the most glorious coral reefs in the world provides expert advice on the best diving centres and where to cave-dive, kayak and parasail 'Tabasco is sexy. Foreigners may have heard of the Olmec relics of La Vanta, but the part of modern Mexican folklore that everyone seems to know is that Tabasquenas are the most beautiful women in Mexico.'Children The Highland Indians of Chiapas often ask why gringos never seem to have any children. ... In the Yucatan peninsula the rain is by no means continuous, temperatures are high, and in Cancun and on the coast the ... This is when the Yucatan gets fewest visitors, but the hurricane risk is pretty negligible after September, and once the rains are done the ... ita#39;s actually better to come in the rainy season, but the downside is that along with creatures you do want to see there alsoanbsp;...
|Title||:||Yucatan and Mayan Mexico|
|Publisher||:||New Holland Publishers - 2005-08|