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With resources such as the second largest reef in the world, cenotes, caves, forests, jungles, flora and fauna, pristine beaches, white beaches, turquoise blue sea, ancient Mayan cities and temples, it's some of the qualities for which the Riviera Maya is one of the world's favorite tourist destinations.
Ticul is a small town that is located 85 kilometers from Merida on Federal Highway # 184, between the towns of Muna and Oxkutzcab. Ticul comes from the Mayan word "you" meaning beyond and "Cull" be seated, or "stay seated there."
Oxkutzcab City is located south of the state of Yucatan to 1:15 hours from the city of Merida and can be reached through the towns of Muna and Ticul or roadway of the Ruta Maya is the leading the Convent Route.
Tekax, is located south of the state of Yucatan for about an hour from the city of Merida, Yucatan, and is within the region known as Puuc surrounded by hills and its main attraction, the caves that the Mayans were the doors to the underworld.
Ek Balam (The black Jaguar or Tiger Star) is located north of the colonial city of Valladolid, halfway between Merida and Cancun. Take the road to reach Cancun, Merida, Valladolid exit and head north towards the city of Tizimin. From Cancun or Merida, the trip takes more than two hours.
Coba is located west of the village and archaeological site of Tulum, in the vicinity of the village of the same name. As for the other Mayan sites of the area, there is no epigraphic evidence to determine the name led to the settlement in pre-Hispanic times, but some references to the colonial and ethnographic area, allowed during the thirties of the twentieth century.