miércoles, 30 de agosto de 2017

Bacalar, magic town in Riviera Maya - Mexico travel tips

Currently, Bacalar is a town dedicated primarily to tourism, developed between the lagoon where it is located and nearby Mayan archaeological sites and the city of Chetumal.

The main attraction of the city is the Laguna, on whose banks is you can swim, it also offers palapas to eat, boating on the lagoon and other services. The Museum of the Caste War is located in the old fort of San Felipe and shows weapons and objects of the founders of Bacalar and the struggle between them and the Mayan groups and pirate attacks suffered by the city. Another of the main attractions of the city is the Blue Cenote, located four kilometers south of the city, it is famous for the transparency of its waters, which you can see perfectly from the surface to a depth of over 30 meters, on the banks of cenote is a restaurant.

On October 2, 2007 the State Governor Felix Gonzalez Canto and the Secretary of Tourism of the state Gabriela Rodriguez Galvez reported that Bacalar was declared “Magic Town” by the Ministry of Tourism, which gives it access to a federal program and resources for infrastructure and international tourism promotion for this city in southern Quintana Roo.

Bacalar is 3 hrs away from Tulum and we recommend to visit because it’s really beautiful.

A perfect place to lodge in your visit to Riviera Maya is Hotel Kin Ha in Tulum, near of all the natural attractions

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