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Trip List by Kaat88

In search of the Mayas and Aztecs Mexico

Oct 6, 2012  Based on my own trip (july 2012)
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This trip list is based on what I saw in my own trip through Mexico. We started the trip in Mexico City and drove, by bus, to Playa del Carmen. This trip was booked by FOX travels. A dutch agency (dutch site). We had a very nice dutch guide throughout the whole trip. She arranged some other guides (english or dutch speaking) at important sites.

As said, this list contains everything I saw. If needed I placed tips, do's or don'ts with the attraction. Would you like to know more about what I think about these attractions, check out my reviews or send me a message.

We visited Mexico in July. We spend almost a whole month there. July is officially the rainy season. And yes it can rain. Basically rainy season for us ment: Bit cold in the mornings (untill you arrive at Yucatan district), sunny and warm at daytime. Around 16.00h it got cloudy and there was a chance of rain. In the evenings it was colder again (not at Yucatan). At Yucatan it is hot all day. But it starts to get cloudy at around 16.00h. Some rain can fall and the sun will appear again right after. So I should say not that bad at all! A good thing about the rainy season is that everything is nice and green. Which gives sites a much more better look.
As you can see the weather was very precarious. Make sure you bring different types of clothing. And maybe an umbrella for the rain.

The people in Mexico are very kind and helpfull. If one doesn't speak english, another pops up to help you translate.