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    Chankanaab National ParkChankanaab National Park Cozumel, Mexico
    This is most popular attraction on the island of Cozumel, which has become a favorite with the cruise ship crowds, the day trippers and of course the beach lovers, with long white sandy beaches, reefs for diving and an outstanding archaeological eco tour. You can enjoy world class snorkeling, scuba diving, snuba tours, seatrek tours, and an outstanding opportunity to swim with dolphins, sea lions and manatees, with it all in just one place to make it easier on visitors that don't speak bilingually or Spanish. The park has various types of tours or swims with the animals, like the dolphin royal swim that has more actions and speed, while the dolphin swim adventure has a belly ride, at close encounters of the kind you and your children will never forget, as well as the dolphin encounter that brings you up close and personal with these gentle creatures of the deep; or even a chance to dive with the dolphins. A new experience that is sure to bring smiles to all visitors is the manatee encounter that offers visitors a chance to hug, kiss, swim by or feed these sea cows that are so gentle and friendly that they will keep you wanting more and more. The sea lion swim is another unique experience that is sure to please all who come here to partake with these beautiful sea creatures, that jump often and will get close enough for a hug or kiss, or other antics that are sure to bring the brightest and biggest smiles to visitors here.

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    San Gervasio Mayan RuinsSan Gervasio Mayan Ruins Cozumel, Mexico
    This is the number 1 archaeological site on Cozumel, and the most significant Mayan site on the island, because it was a sacred site dedicated to the goddess Ixchel or the goddess of fertility, as well as becoming a strategic site or commerce and politics in the region. It has a long history that began about 100 BC and would continue all the way to about the 16th century or until the arrival of the Spanish conquerors. It is located on the biggest island of the Mexican Caribbean, and was still a functioning religious site when the Spaniards arrived. Situated in the heart of the island, there is a lush green tropical jungle that encompasses it, filled with colorful iguanas and beautiful flowers and foliage, it is a mysterious magical place, dedicated to Ixchel, which means she of the rainbows, and believed to be the deity of midwifery, medicine, weaving and fertility, with many women that lived on the mainland coming here to her shrine during their lifetimes. A magnificent arch protects the altar that sits on a sacbe or ancient road, that heads into the ceremonial center, with numerous statues of Ixchel discovered here, and still being uncovered at the 40 plus temples left on the island. The archaeological site here hasn't been restored or refurbished, but there are many structures and a wonderful natural setting that makes it such an inviting destination. One of the most intriguing structures is called the Temple of the Hands, that house small red handprints of unknown importance or origin that have been painted on the walls, than had made many mothers consider one of the first day care centers of modern time.

May 9, 2011