This Friday, September 15, Mexico starts its biggest fiesta, the Independence Day celebrations. Flags, hats, lanterns, and whatever else patriotic in the national colors red, white, and green, decorate the city during the whole month. It’s truly one of the best time of the year to be here if you like to get to know the Mexican culture. Here are some ideas what to do in Playa del Carmen on Independence Day.
Sweat it all out in an ancient Mayan steam bath that comes with plenty of physical and spiritual benefits.
The Yucatan Peninsula is home to countless archaeological sites. Many of them close to Playa del Carmen, from modest settings to large and spectacular ancient Mayan cities. And every site has its own captivating history.
Your flight tickets are ready, your room at Playa Palms Beach Hotel is booked, luggage is packed and you even googled Playa del Carmen and know which places you want to see. In other words, you are all set for your vacation in the Riviera Maya. But there is one more thing you could do that will have a big impact on your trip: learn some useful words in Spanish!
One of the biggest draws in Mexico is without a doubt the iconic Chichen Itza, the remains of a big Maya city. Impressive enough as it is, only twice a year you can witness a truly awe-inspiring event.