Discover a unique region in the world, diverse in terms of destinations and tourist attractions: Blue sea, white sand beaches, rainforest, archeological sites, cenotes, underground rivers, islands, lagoons, Mayan culture and history. With an infrastructure that competes worldwide for the variety in its offer of accommodation, typical and international cuisine, connectivity, multiculturalism, and natural resources.
The Mexican Caribbean is the paradise of Mexico where there is always something new to discover.
With its perfect combination of rich cultural heritage, stunning scenery, endless sunshine, and beautiful sandy beaches, it comes as no surprise why Mexico is a top vacation destination at any time of year.
A mix of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, luxury resorts, and traditional beach vacation spots, Mexico offers visitors an enticing blend of Mesoamerican cultures, where authentic Spanish traditions, delicious cuisine, and shimmering blue coastline are only a few of the enticing facets of culture to explore.
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From palm-fringed beaches to plunging canyons, historic cathedrals, and mural-splashed city streets, Mexico is one of the most dynamic countries in the world.
But it doesn’t stop there. Mexico has thousands of years of history, epic landscapes, towering mountains, ancient ruins, world-class cuisine, and 5,800 miles of coastline that create an endless list of things to do for travelers. From laid-back beach towns to cosmopolitan culture and historic colonial towns, Mexico really is a paradise for every type of visitor.
GFNY is the global endurance sports brand. GFNY provides you a consistent set of rules, an international peloton and races at destinations that offer a great athlete and family experience. At GFNY, you get the chance to race your best, test our physical and mental fortitude, overcome barriers and reach the finish line.
Cozumel is not only a beach lover’s paradise, it is also an experienced IRONMAN host city. Ironman is the most demanding triathlon event in the world. The participating athletes are expected to cover 3.8 km swimming, 180 km cycling and 42.2 km running.
Throughout seventeen editions, this festival has made artists of international stature and the general public vibrate at a single rhythm, enveloping them in magic by being under a starry sky and next to the imposing and unique Caribbean Sea, and this year it will not be the exception.
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Toltec civilization had a big influence on Mexico’s cultural history. They appeared in the 10th century helping build the city which is known as Tula, which is now home to about 40,000 people.
The Aztecs, which was the last of Mexico’s Pre-Columbian native civilizations rose into prominence in the central valley in 1427 partnering with Toltecs and Mayans. This alliance conquered small cultures from the east to west and then the Aztec empire extended Mexico from the Pacific Ocean to the Gulf Coast.
In this time the Aztecs ruled 5 million people with a tight structured system with self support units known as calpulli. Every unit has its own school, army, temple, council and land.
Mexico was the home to many great civilizations including the Olmec, the Maya, the Zapotec, and the Aztec. For over 3000 years before the Europeans arrived these civilizations flourished.
The Olmec civilization lasted from 1400 to 400 BC followed by the rise of the Maya culture. The Maya built many large temples and pyramids. The great ancient city of Teotihuacan was built between 100 BC and 250 AD. It was the largest city in the area and probably had a population of more than 150,000 people. The Aztec Empire was the last great civilization prior to the arrival of the Spanish. They came into power in 1325 and ruled until 1521.
In 1521, Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes conquered the Aztecs and Mexico became a Spanish colony. For 300 years Spain ruled the land until the early 1800s. At that time the local Mexicans revolted against Spanish rule. Father Miguel Hidalgo declared Mexico’s independence with his famous cry of “Viva Mexico”. In 1821, Mexico defeated the Spanish and gained full independence. Heroes of the Mexican revolution included General Augustin de Iturbide and General Antonio Lopez de Santa