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24 theme parks in Mexico

Theme Parks in Xcaret
Xcaret Park
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This is one of the most important archaeological eco parks in the Maya Riviera, where you can enjoy many activities in direct contact with nature such as: swimming with dolphins, snorkeling, diving, sea trekking, exploring coral reefs, swimming in underground rivers, swimming in the sea, the creek or natural ponds, etc. You can also see many animals in their natural habitat. Finally, visitors can enjoy various shows aimed at tourists to understand Mexican culture, from its beginnings to its meaning today.
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Theme Parks in Playa del Carmen
Xplor Park
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Zip, amphibious ride, swim in the river raft ride and finally a nice dinner and relax in the light of the torches. Emotion and Fire Xplor much activity in summer then continue in the park twice a week.
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Theme Parks in Xcaret
Xcaret Butterfly Garden
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In Xcaret, the most well known eco-archaeological park in the Mexican Caribbean, we found one of the largest butterfly houses in the world with a free flight area of ​​3500 m2 and 15m high. It had uneven gardens, waterfalls and a tropical rainforest with more than 20 regional species of butterflies. The purpose of the park, apart from showing the butterflies in their natural environment, is to allow endangered butterflies to reproduce. With some luck you can see butterflies emerging from cocoons. It is best to visit in the morning as the butterflies are usually most active.
Theme Parks in Monterrey
Chipinque Ecological Park
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Monterrey, NL, Mexico is known for its lovely mountains where you can find the Sierra Madre Oriental, in the municipality of San Pedro Garza Garcia. It is easy to get to as Chipinque Ecological Park as it is just 15 minutes from the center. If you are staying in one of the hotels in the city get a taxi to bring you directly there. Chipinque is a lovely forest in the foothills of the Sierra Madre. Visitors usually go up by car or walk down the road that takes you to a clearing where you will find a playground for kids and a hotel with cabins that have a fireplace. Also the Hotel Restaurant has a buffet of Mexican food. But the main attraction of this place is to walk the trails and you will see hundreds of hikers going up as a form of exercise. In different parts, you will find tiny concourses where visitors park their cars and use grill stone and cement to light a campfire and roast meat, as it is the typical dish of this region of Mexico . Almost at the main concourse, there is a beautiful space with wooden floor and bedding and used by lovers of yoga and meditation. There are also devices where exercising the body. At various points along the way, you can see the landscape, especially looking down, look where the mountains and the vast metropolitan area of ​​Monterrey, where live more than 3 million people. Legend has it that in the eighteenth century in this region had an Indian chief named Chipincu and hence derived the name of this park. For those ve live in this region, it is a privilege to go regularly to commune with nature in a beautiful place. In the photos we can see the beauty of the Sierra Madre, which is undoubtedly the pride. We reside in the great city of San Pedro Garza Garcia.
Theme Parks in Playa del Carmen
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Theme Parks in León
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Theme Parks in Saltillo
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Theme Parks in Monterrey
Castillo Contar
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If you the amusement park called Plaza Sesamo you can find the attraction of Castillo Contar, but it's not only the attraction also you can see all the castle that is amazing. The Castillo Contar attraction is amazing because when the attraction elevates you can see all the amusement park, you need to go, and the tickets to enter to the amusement park are not expensive.
Theme Parks in Playa del Carmen
The Day of the Dead in Xcaret
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I was lucky to be in Mexico for the Day of the Dead and when I went to Xcaret on November 1 there were loads of altars for the dead. The guides will explain the meaning and symbolism arising from the syncretism of cultures. In addition, there were countless shows commemorating the day. It is recommended that you to Xcaret for this date and do it on your own on the bus because the excursions are very expensive and just make no sense. Also it is a tourist spectacle and it is prefabricated, but it is very well done. It serves as an approach to this traditional day, although it is best to live it on the street and with the people.
Theme Parks in Playa del Carmen
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Theme Parks in Monterrey
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Theme Parks in Miguel Hidalgo
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Theme Parks in Colima
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Theme Parks in Playa del Carmen
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Theme Parks in Monterrey
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Theme Parks in Montemorelos
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Theme Parks in Poza Rica
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Theme Parks in Valladolid
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