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Mexico : features a multitude of opposing identities: desert landscapes, snow-capped volcanoes, ancient ruins, teeming industrialised cities, old colonial towns, big resorts, lonely beaches and an impressive collection of flora and fauna. Choose a photo gallery below to see the pictures I took in Mexico. You can use these photos as a travel guide to Mexico and see some pictures of Cancun, Chichen Itza, Coba, Isla Mujeres and Tulum. Most photos taken with a Canon EOS Digital SLR. At the top of the page you can find a link to the conditions for using these pictures for free. You can also follow me on my Blog or on Twitter. Bon Voyage!
Mexico Travel : if you are planning to travel to Mexico, in addition to the pictures below, you can also check a selection of the Best Hotels in Cancun.
Pictures & Photos Photos Cancun : holiday resort in the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. Although it is only one long beach, Cancun has grown from a tiny jungle village into one of the world's best-known holiday resorts. Click the image to see my pictures of Cancun.
Chichen Itza Photos Chichen Itza : this enormous complex of Mayan ruins is one of the largest in Mexico. It was, in its time of grandeur (between 800 and 1200 A.D.), the centre of political, religious and military power in the Yucatan. Click the image to see my pictures of Chichen Itza.
Coba Photos Coba : inland from Tulum and nestled in the dense jungle of the Yucatan is Coba, a once grand city. Covering 25 square kilometers, it is one of the largest Mayan cities in existence. Click the image to see my pictures of Coba.
Isla Mujeres Photos Isla Mujeres : only 25 minutes boat ride from Cancun, Isla Mujeres is a peaceful place to escape the mega resorts and noisy clubs. There is nice diving to be done there! Click the image to see my pictures of Isla Mujeres.
Tulum Photos Tulum : most visited of the Maya sites in the Yucatan. Although it was built around 1200 AD as the Mayan civilization declined and lacks the elegance of earlier structures (e.g. Chichen Itza), it claims the most privileged panorama. Click the image to see my pictures of Tulum.