The term has been glossed as "birthplace of the gods", or "place where gods were born",  reflecting Nahua creation myths that were said to occur in Teotihuacan. Nahuatl scholar Thelma D.
Day 1 December 22nd: Regis Mexico City Day 2 December 23rd: Regis Mexico City Day 3 December 24th: The site is very large, covering 83 square kilometers, and contains both a ceremonial center and residential areas. Afterward, head back to the city and spend some time at your leisure to relax and refresh, then get ready for a very authentic Christmas celebration.
You will continue to a Christmas dinner in the ball room of Hacienda de Los Morales where a warm and delicious menu will be served while you and your family experience a live band and take in Mexican folklore. Regis Mexico City Day 4 December 25th: Transfer to Riviera Maya Your private transfer will be waiting for you in the lobby of your hotel to transfer you to the International Airport of Mexico City and continue your journey to Riviera Maya.
Start the day at Tulum, with its vistas over the Caribbean Sea and temples honoring the gods of the wind and rain, learning about Maya history and cosmology. Then take a short drive to Akumal, a picturesque Caribbean, white sand beach to swim and snorkel with sea turtles that come to the cove to feed.
Please note there may be wait times of up to 40 minutes to board the boat. Days at Leisure These days are yours to enjoy at your leisure.
You may relax in your lovely surroundings and take advantage of the many amenities and activities available in Riviera Maya or just lay back in the white sands and turquoise seas. You can swim or snorkel around the second largest coral reef in the world or simply enjoy the ride with a cold drink in hand.
Later, enjoy a special dinner at the Coral Grill restaurant at the luxurious Viceroy Hotel with live music at the pool area.
Private transfer to Cancun International airport This morning, after breakfast and hotel check out, you will meet your private driver for a transfer from your hotel to the Cancun International airport for your departure flight home — taking with your memories of lifetime and a fresh spirit for the new year.
Dates Our trips are fully customized, allowing us to build your itinerary for any time of the year. Contact us today to discuss your travel desires and design a personalized proposal with exact pricing.
Please note, our pricing guideline is a starting from price and is not necessarily applicable to the suggested hotels contained within the suggested itineraries on this web site. Itineraries are customized prior to final pricing.Set 50km northeast of Mexico City, in a mountain-ringed offshoot of the Valle de México, Teotihuacán is known for its two massive pyramids, the Pirámide del Sol (Pyramid of the Sun) and the Pirámide de la Luna (Pyramid of the Moon), which dominate the remains of the metropolis.
Discover the rich heritage of Mexico City on a hour tour of Puebla and Cholula cities. Tour by bus/coach to the world’s largest pyramid, the famous Great Pyramid of .
Chichen Itza. One of the most famous pyramid sites can be found at Chichen Itza, its name meaning "At the mouth of the well of the Itza (people)". Although this was the name for the site in pre-Columbian times, it is also referred to in the ancient chronicles as Uucyabnal, meaning "Seven Great Rulers".
Pyramid of the Sun, large pyramid in the ancient city of Teotihuacán, Mexico, that was built about ce and is one of the largest structures of its type in the Western Hemisphere.
The pyramid rises feet (66 metres) above ground level, and it measures approximately by feet ( by metres) at its base. This ruin site dates back to BC and has the impressive Avenue of the Dead, Pyramid of the Sun and Pyramid of the Moon. Bring water, wear a hat and solid walking shoes, and climb the pyramids to learn all about this pre-Columbian Mesoamerican city.
Pyramid of the Moon and the Calzada de los Muertos as seen from the top of the Pyramid of the Sun Teotihuacan, a place that some people have referred to as the “City of Gods”, is one of Mexico’s most famous set of ancient ruins.