What: Historical tour
Where: Yucatan Peninsula
If as a child history and geography is what thrilled you, the Yucatan Peninsula has plenty of it. If not in the form of museums, tombs and caves, the inland of Coba has plenty of places to see and learn from. Trek through the smaller hills and climb up the stone steps as the wind weaves patterns through your hair. The aquamarine glow of clear water ponds add to the beauty of the scene. You get to choose from joining a crowd as part of the package or getting a guide to go as a couple. When the day is done, you can get back to one of the many palapa styled villas to get a tan on the hammock or an exquisite dinner filled with local delicacies.
How to get there: Flights from Mexico are frequent to the Yucatan regions. Some of the airports there are Cancún, Cozumel, and Mérida. The major airport in Chiapas is in Tuxtla Gutiérrez and in Tabasco, Villahermosa
Best time to visit: Months of September, February and March when rainfall is minimal and temperatures warm.