Jungle, ocean and history

Traveling through Mexico

Nestled between the jungle and the ocean, the young state of Quintana Roo in the south of Mexico bathes under the sun and opens its arms to share its unmatched magical corners that highlight the beauty of nature. From the Mayan roots to the tenacity that builds the present, this is Quintana Roo.

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Akumal. Photo by Cultura Colectiva

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Bacalar, Lake of 7 Colors. Photo by Backroadrambling

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Xel-Há, Stone of Courage

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Scuba diving in cenotes. Photo by Alux Diver

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Cobá. Photo by Ficsius

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Cozumel

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Fauna. Photo by Erik Ruiz

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Isla Mujeres

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Nichupté Lagoon. Photo by Rodrigo Tomasini

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Majahual. Photo by Yo y mi Mochila

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Maya Museum, Cancun. Photo by Vivo en Cancún

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Fifth Avenue, Playa del Carmen. Photo by Oswaldov

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Mayan Village, Xcaret

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Sian Ka’an. Photo by Cesar Barrios Mar

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Reef Snorkeling

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Smiles

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Tulum

SEE MORE: Top 5 Mayan archaeological sites

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Whale shark, Holbox. Photo by Sol Photography

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Xcacel, Xcacelito

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Cultural Events: Sacred Mayan Journey [Left] Day of the Dead [Right]

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Xenotes, cenote Lu’um

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Xcaret México Espectacular Show Photo by Erik Ruiz

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Puerto Morelos

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Adventure. Photo by Icaromcp

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Xoximilco Cancún. Photo by Erik Ruiz

SEE MORE: Cancun: The new gastronomic destination of Mexico