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Laguna Bacalar

South area of the Bacalar lagoon

Upon arrival in the Quintana Roo community of Bacalar, visitors have the experience of capturing optical illusions on the surface of the lagoon. This is owed to the sunlight that, when reflected in the body of crystalline waters of the…

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Cenotes Bacalar

Cenote Negro or Cenote La Bruja in Bacalar

Bacalar is for many travelers a valuable vacation secret, an area full of ecotourism wonders and wild corners conducive to adventure and the most intense emotions. Sites as fascinating as the Cenote Negro or La Bruja, make the Magical Town…

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Cenote Esmeralda

Cenote Esmeralda of Bacalar

The Bacalar lagoon is also known as the Laguna de los Siete Colores. It is one of the most beautiful bodies of water to visit in the Mexican Caribbean. Visitors will find in the surroundings of the Magical Town of…

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Cenote Azul

Cenote Azul de Bacalar

On one side of the Bacalar lagoon and the Magical Town of the same name, there is a natural treasure with unique characteristics in the Mexican Caribbean. This is the Cenote Azul, one of the main wonders of the region…

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Zona Arqueológica De Chacchoben

Archaeological zone of Chacchoben

To speak of Chacchoben is to speak of the largest settlement of the ancient Mayans that arose in the south of Quintana Roo. It was made up of small-sized villages that had their period of greatest development around the year…

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Zona Arqueológica De Ichkabal

Ichkabal Archaeological Zone

The place is located to the west of the Laguna de los Siete Colores. Visitors will find an environment full of numerous archaeological sites of minor relevance and close to the pre-Hispanic site of Dzibanché. Ichkabal, is the name of…

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Bacalar

How to get to Bacalar

Magical Town of the state of Quintana Roo that stands out for many reasons and especially for tourist purposes, Bacalar has a little bit of everything and for all vacation preferences. Fascinating for its origins linked to the pre-Columbian Mayans,…

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