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A SEA OF OPTIONS TO DISCOVER MEXICO
Wayak offers to Mexicans and foreigners a new way of discovering this country

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$ 36 USD $ 30 USD

San Cristobal de las Casas ( for Tuxtla Gutierrez)

San Cristobal de las Casas is a beautiful colonial city that keeps its traditional red tile roofs, Baroque facades and Moorish style buildings. It is a charming city in the Chiapas highlands, with so much to see and do. Its location makes it the perfect place to stay whilst exploring and learning about Chiapas.
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$ 129 USD $ 119 USD

Cancun

Roughly 48 years old, Cancun was once a small fishing village but is now Mexico's most well known tourist destination. It is no accident that it was chosen as a place to develop; the beaches are breathtakingly beautiful and some of the most impressive Mayan sites are very nearby. Cancun is now a stunning metropolis boasting beaches of white sand and turquoise waters and a unique party scene.
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$ 55 USD

Campeche

Located in Southeast Mexico on the West of the Yucatan Peninsula, Campeche is a beautiful colorful city steeped in history. Campeche was an important shipping port between New Spain and the Americas and to this day bastions that protected the city against pirate attack can still be seen. Located near to virgin beaches and impressive archaeological sites, Campeche is a fascinating place to visit.
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$ 79 USD $ 70 USD

Merida

Merida, the biggest city in the Yucatan Peninsula is also known as the White City. One of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico, it blends proud indigenous traditions and a modern international flavor! Mérida was founded in 1542 by Francisco de Montejo and is considered the cultural and financial capital of the Yucatan.
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$ 200 USD

Puerto Vallarta

Long a beach lover's favorite, Puerto Vallarta is one of Mexico's best-loved coastal resorts. The quaint town with its delightful esplanade makes a wonderful place to visit and stay. Enjoy swimming in the Pacific Ocean or taking a walk down the long stretches of sandy beaches, before eating at one of the many delicious restaurants or dancing the night away in the great variety of bars and clubs that Puerto Vallarta has to offer. Retaining Mexican traditions as well as moving with the times, Vallarta is a unique expression of Mexico.
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$ 145 USD

Holbox

Holbox is a small Mexican island located off the northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. In its proximity is the meeting of the Gulf with the Caribbean. Its name comes from Yucatec Maya and means "black hole" The island has 2 kilometers wide and 40 long, but only 6 km are populated. And even in these populated areas, the streets remain white sand and virtually no cars. The most common means of transportation are bicycles and golf carts.

Archaeological sites

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$ 85 USD $ 79 USD

San Cristobal de las Casas ( for Tuxtla Gutierrez)

San Cristobal de las Casas is a beautiful colonial city that keeps its traditional red tile roofs, Baroque facades and Moorish style buildings. It is a charming city in the Chiapas highlands, with so much to see and do. Its location makes it the perfect place to stay whilst exploring and learning about Chiapas.
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$ 37 USD

Playa del Carmen

Located on the Caribbean coast in the Yucatan Peninsula, Playa del Carmen boasts stunning beaches with white sand and translucent turquoise water. It is more tranquil than Cancun but still packed with fantastic restaurants and bars and there are plenty of opportunities to explore the area nearby, visiting stunning archaeological sites and incredible nature reserves.
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$ 54 USD $ 48 USD

Oaxaca

Nestled in a valley, surrounded by impressive mountains and bursting with color and stunning architecture, Oaxaca is possibly one of Mexico's most beautiful cities. The historic center was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987 and it is easy to see why. Oaxaca state is home to 16 different indigenous groups, making it a fascinating place to discover the diversity of Mexico. Beautiful handicrafts, archaeological sites, natural beauty, colonial architecture, traditional fiestas and world-famous food mean that Oaxaca has something for everyone.
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$ 64 USD

Merida

Merida, the biggest city in the Yucatan Peninsula is also known as the White City. One of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico, it blends proud indigenous traditions and a modern international flavor! Mérida was founded in 1542 by Francisco de Montejo and is considered the cultural and financial capital of the Yucatan.
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$ 170 USD $ 155 USD

Holbox

Holbox is a small Mexican island located off the northeast coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. In its proximity is the meeting of the Gulf with the Caribbean. Its name comes from Yucatec Maya and means "black hole" The island has 2 kilometers wide and 40 long, but only 6 km are populated. And even in these populated areas, the streets remain white sand and virtually no cars. The most common means of transportation are bicycles and golf carts.
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$ 50 USD

Campeche

Located in Southeast Mexico on the West of the Yucatan Peninsula, Campeche is a beautiful colorful city steeped in history. Campeche was an important shipping port between New Spain and the Americas and to this day bastions that protected the city against pirate attack can still be seen. Located near to virgin beaches and impressive archaeological sites, Campeche is a fascinating place to visit.

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