Enjoy Merida (Mexico) in 360°

Enjoy Merida

Acording to Visit México, Merida is a quiet paradise. The peacefulness of the town and the beauty of its streets, make it a place of elegance and contrast amid its colonial houses, Mayan ruins, and architecture. Its food, layered with exquisite gastronomic heritage, will take over your taste buds.  The Plaza Mayor is a vibrant meeting place where locals enjoy traditional drinks, such as champola or sorbet.

According to The Guardian, Merida has been named among the top places in the world to visit in 2017. Lonely Planet named Merida as the American capital of culture in 2017 for its lively music and cultural flamboyance.

 

Tianguis Turístico Mexico

If you have the chance to visit Yucatan, we strongly recommend to learn more about Tianguis Turístico Mexico. This is the most important event for the Mexican Tourism Industry and a Business Forum based on Pre-Scheduled Appointments between Buyers and Exhibitors.

The City of Merida, in the state of Yucatan, will host the 45th Tianguis Turistico edition, March 22-25th, 2020. Merida nicknamed “The white city” due the common color of its old buildings features multiple museums, art, galleries, incredible natural sites nearby and amazing culinary experience and moreover the hospitality of its people.

Come and Enjoy Merida!

 


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Visit Virtually Anakena, Eastern Island

Visit Virtually Anakena, Eastern Island

 


Have your ever been in a paradise beach in the middle of the Pacific Ocean?

Anakena

Enjoy the warm, calm and turquoise waters of this beach, with white coral sand and palm trees, set in the foreground of the two Ahus and their Moai. A unique landscape you can’t miss (Chile.travel).

Enjoy the sun and swim by the shore, as this is the only beach on the island officially open for bathing. Relax by the seaside kiosks, where you can try tuna empanadas and the traditional poe, a sweet pudding prepared with pumpkin and flour.

Anakena is also known as Haŋa rau o te ‘ariki (source: https://www.easterisland.travel), named after how the first Rapa Nui king Hotu Matu’a disembarked here a thousand years ago when the island was first populated. This was where king Hotu Matu’a built his first house, and forevermore Anakena remained the sacred land of the royal family.

Anakena has two ahu. One of them is Ahu Nau-Nau which has seven moai statues, two of which are broken. The other one is called Ahu Ature Huke and has only 1 moai statue. The moai of Ahu Ature Huke is the first moai statue ever to be restored and raised. This was done by Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl in 1956. The moai was raised by using only rocks, logs and rope. The logs were used as levers to lift the statue and rocks were put underneath, raising the statue little by little.

Norwegian adventurer Thor Heyerdahl and his archaeological expedition team had their camp here in 1955-1956 and in 1986.

Interesting, no? What are you waiting to visit this amazing place?

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Eduardo Reyes

360° Video: Marcachile & Photo, credits to Tim Waters

 

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The 25 places you must visit in South America

Source: http://www.worldofwanderlust.com/25-places-must-visit-south-america/Heading to South America for the first time? Don’t want to miss any of the places you must visit in South America? No worries! We’ve put together a list of the best places to see and visit in South America… 

1. Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

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2. Santuario de las Lajas, Colombia

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3. See the Milkyway over Lake Titicaca, Peru

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4. The River of Five Colours, Colombia

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5. Mount Fitzroy, Argentina

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6. Hand of the Desert, Atacama, Chile

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7. World’s Most Dangerous Road, Bolivia

Read more: Bike riding Death Road in Bolivia

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8. Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

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9. Machu Picchu, Peru

Read more: Visiting Peru for the first time: Everything you need to know

 

 

 

 

 

10. La Paz, Bolivia

Read more: This one time I went to La Paz, Bolivia

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11. Swing at the End of the World in Banos, Ecuador

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12. Torres del Paine, Chile

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13. Easter Island, Chile

Read more: Visiting Easter Island

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14. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Read more: Touring a Favela in Rio de Janeiro

Read more: The top 10 cities to visit in South America

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15. Canopy Walk, The Amazon, Peru

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16. Raquira, Colombia

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17. Angel Falls, Venezuala

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18. Geysers el de Tatio, Chile

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19. Atacama Desert, Chile

Read more: Visiting the driest place on earth, San Pedro de Atacama

Read more: Atacama Desert in Northern Chile

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20. Barichara, Colombia

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21. Iguassu Falls, bordering Argentina and Brazil

Read more: Being refused entry into Brazil – What do you mean I need a visa!?

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22. Cusco, Peru

Read more: 3 days in Cusco

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23. Buenos Aires, Argentina

Read more: 9 things not to miss in Buenos Aires

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24. Valparaiso, Chile

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25. Sail to Antarctica

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