The suggested trips in this menu are here to create the perfect day out for you by recommending the best combination of a ruin with another activity on the same day. If you go to Chichén Itzá, which of the many cenotes around is the best for you? You can also make your own combinations from my other posts as each Ruin post also has a 'Mix and Match' option.
Browse the countryside around the colonial city of Valladolid. Find hidden gems amidst the cowboy land.
Eerie? Yes! The ghosts of bloodletting rituals at Yaxchilán and Bonampak ruins, the spirit of the Lacandón people and their jungle. Otherworldly!
This is not just pompous language. You will feel like a king of the jungle at Chiapas waterfalls of Agua Azul and Misol Há and the ruins of ancient Palenque.
The Puuc hills have it all: ruins with the most elegant architecture in the ancient Americas, haciendas, caves, cenotes.... A real treat for travellers.
This trip combines two majestic treasures of Yucatán: the Mayan ruin site of Chichén Itzá and cenote Hubiku eco-park. The most elegant combination of a natural wonder and culture.
If you want to experience something different, then this is it. The pink lagoon is a wonderland of natural pink waters and flamingos. You can combine the visit with three other sites nearby...
Feel like an explorer for a day at mysterious Cobá ruins and swim at Multún Ha cenote, a hidden gem set in secluded rugged jungle.
A great combination of seeing Ek' Balam ruins with mysterious winged angels and bird watching while sailing on a lagoon.
Combine iconic Tulum ruins with a swim in Gran cenote. This trip is for eco-conscious travellers in search of life’s simple pleasures.
Follow the real history of the very beginning of Spanish Mexico, and the Pirates of the Caribbean, on this one-day trip to the north of Veracruz.