Do not miss Chichen Itza!

A brief description by the UNESCO states that “…this site is one of the most impressive testimonies to the Maya-Toltec civilization of the Yucatan (10th to 15th centuries). It contains some of the most outstanding examples of Central America architecture, combining Maya construction techniques and Toltec sculpted decoration.” Chichen Itza means “mouth of the well” and covers about 3 miles in area, built in the late Classic Period (800-1000 AD). Chichen Itza is a magical place, with the massive Pyramid of Kukulcan (El Castillo) as an elegant centerpiece. During your trip to the Yucatan Peninsula, you cannot miss the chance to visit the gorgeous Maya Ruins of Chichen Itza.  ...continue reading

Spring Equinox at Chichen Itza

The word “equinox” means “equal night” and this is because during the equinox the night is equal in length as the day. There are 2 equinox in a year; the spring equinox (usually starts 20-21 March) and the fall equinox (starts September 21-23).  ...continue reading