Yucatan Peninsula Information

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Yucatan Peninsula rental properties are primarily found in the major metropolitan areas of Yucatan Peninsula. Common rental types found in Yucatan Peninsula are apartments, studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms, condos, houses for rent, mobile homes, hotel rooms, vacation rental, furnished rentals short term rentals. Regions and cities if Yucatan Peninsula where housing rentals are found are All Cities, Campeche, Quintana Roo, Yucatan. Vacation rentals, short term rentals and furnished housing are more common in the metropolitan areas of Yucatan Peninsula.

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Yucatan Peninsula Information

Yucatan Peninsula is one of the regions of Mexico it is situated in southeastern of Mexico. It is parts of the Caribbean Sea from the Gulf of Mexico, with the northern shore on the Yucatan Channel. The peninsula lies east of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec, northwestern geographic divider extrication the region of Central America from the rest of North America. It's bounded on the north and west by the Gulf of Mexico, on the east with the State of Quintana Roo and on the west and southwest with the State of Campeche. Merida is capital city of the State of Yucatan. Yucatan Peninsula was home of the Maya evolution earlier it was occupied by the Spanish Conquistadors in the 16th century. Much of the population is part or all of Maya background, and in many places the Maya language is still spoken, generally in addition to Spanish, the main language of business. Yucatan Peninsula is actually a fortunate geographic place, with its position on the Gulf of Mexico allowing access to the coasts of the southern United States. Yucatan Peninsula is one of the natural beauty states in Mexico.

Yucatan Peninsula History

In 9,000 BC the Yucatan Peninsula people are lived in limestone caves. Mexico was settled in 10,000 B.C. From 5200 and 1500 B.C Yucatan Peninsula people began working at farming and training animals. From 1500 B.C to AD 300 the enigmatic people are created calendar, writing and numbering systems and recognized urban architecture and culture of the jaguar and the holiness of jade. Nearly 500 B.C. in pre classic period the Maya culture was begun and the Maya culture was spread. The Yucatan peninsula and Mexico separated from 1839 and kept back its independence in 1843 from Spain. End of the 20th century the Yucatan Peninsula maintains relation with Europe and United States and the Yucatan Peninsula peoples are called as Mexicans. In 21st century Mayan culture and civilization are predominated in the Yucatán Peninsula. Yucatan Peninsula is home for Mayan culture. Mayan culture is expanding first time in the south of Guatemala past 3000 years.

Yucatan Peninsula Transportation

Yucatan Peninsula has a bus service, air and train. Advance bus tickets are available for long travelling in Yucatan Peninsula. In Yucatan Peninsula have variety class buses to small and big cities. The Yucatan Peninsula flights are available from Cancun, Cozumel, or Merida. The train system was privatized later federal government. In Yucatan Peninsula most bus lines are ADO and all smaller lines are organized by ADO. Taxies are available for long and small distances in Yucatan Peninsula. Taxies are faster than buses because taxies have fewer stops.

Yucatan Peninsula Tourist Attractions

Playa Marlin, Cancun
Cairo Cinema Cafe, Merida
Evolve Fitness Club, Playa del Carmen
Land Gate (Puerta de Tierra)
MMCinemas, Playa del Carmen
Chabad of Cozumel, Cozumel
X'Canche Cenote, Yucatan
Izamal Ruins, Izamal
Parque Cenote Las Mojarras, Puerto Morelos
The T'ai Spa, Merida
Sensations Spa, Playa del Carmen
Dolphin Discovery Cozumel, Cozumel
Casa Frederick Catherwood, Merida
Playa Azul, Cozumel
Iglesia de Cristo Rey, Cancun
Xpa Xelha, Tulum
Tankah Beach, Tankah
Shen Energy-Spa, Akumal
Oasis Beach, Puerto Aventuras
El Paso del Cedral Reef, Cozumel

Yucatan Peninsula Museums

Anthropology and History Museum
Captain Dulche's Museum, Isla Mujeres
EcoMuseo del Cacao, Merida
Dzibilchaltun Museum, Merida
Palacio Canton, Merida
Museo de Arte Popular, Merida
Fuerte de San Felipe, Bacalar
Museo de la Isla de Cozumel, Cozumel
CEDAM Museum, Puerto Aventuras
Museum of the City of Merida, Merida
Land Gate (Puerta de Tierra)
Casa Museo Montes Molina, Merida
Macay Museum, Merida
Pax, Cozumel
Baluarte de San Carlos/Museo de la Ciudad
Museo Sensorial del Tequila, Cancun
Fuerte-Museo San Miguel, Campeche
Museo de la Cultura Maya

Yucatan Peninsula National Parks

The Jungle Place, Playa del Carmen
LabnaHa Cenotes & Eco Park, Tulum
Rio Secreto, Playa del Carmen
Riviera Maya
Crococun Zoo, Puerto Morelos
Aktun Chen, Akumal
Calakmul, Campeche
Xel-Ha Park, Riviera Maya
Kuxi K'aax (The Jungle Palace)
Eco-Arqueological Park Ik Kil, Chichen Itza
Xcaret Eco Theme Park, Playa del Carmen
Faro Celerain Eco Park, Cozumel
Chankanaab National Park, Cozumel
Dolphinaris Park Riviera Maya, Puerto Aventuras

Yucatan Peninsula States

Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula - Population 836,866
Quintana Roo, Yucatan Peninsula - Population 1,386,473
Yucatan, Yucatan Peninsula - Population 1,987,769

Yucatan Peninsula Geography

Yucatan Peninsula abstracted Caribbean Sea from the Gulf Mexico. The total area of Yucatan Peninsula is 14,827 square miles. Yucatan Peninsula has beaches, regal cities and natural reserves. Yucatan Peninsula climate is warm and waterless and high mountainous ridges are nonappearance to block the moisture clouds from the Atlantic in a limited rainfall. Yucatan Peninsula capital city was Merida. Yucatan Peninsula is famous for heartland of the classical Mayan culture. Yucatan Peninsula has three main cities they are Yucatan, Campeche and Quintana Roo. Yucatan Peninsula is 17° to 21° north latitude. Generally rainfalls are very low in Yucatan Peninsula. Some areas of Yucatan Peninsula have heavy rains and high airstreams. The average of rain per month ranges from % to 25% in April to October. Winds have a calm effect, moisture, particularly in the enduring rainforest areas.

Yucatan Peninsula Economy

Yucatan is very evidentiary henequen-elevating regions of the world; the unplanted area is under a dense growth of scrub, cactus, sapote wood, and mangrove thickets. Inadequate farming, tobacco, and yarn also are developed. Exceptional forests of equatorial hardwoods in SW Campeche, Petén, and Belize provide the basis for a lumber industry. These areas hum with equatorial life, including the large cat, the big rat, the large lizards, and the Yucatan gallinaceous bird. Along with the Yucatan coast Fishing is also substantial. Many of the peninsula's excellent shingle and logical study of material remains of past human life and activities have been refined for recreation, which is a momentous part of the peninsula's economy. Yucatan also dominates huge oil bank, and Mexico in meticulous has urbanized a significant oil assiduousness on the peninsula. The economy of the Yucatan has conventionally been husbandry, but in the last few years back the service sector grew spectacularly to become the region's primary cradle of yield and application. Yucatan Peninsula was largely a bovine castles, cataloguing, chicle and henequen manufacture region. Yucatan Peninsula has turned its economy imminent sightseeing mainly in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.Market-leaning behavior was principally passed out in the northwestern region, while a conventional Mila system was the primary economic bustle in the central and southern areas.

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