All conference participants are welcome to attend to the welcome reception and take the opportunity to sign up for optional tours to visit the following great places.
The participants and accompanying persons who wish to take a tour can book online or on the conference venue with the company Royale DMC which will be in charge of conducting the tours.
Chichen Itza is one of the most important pre-Columbian capitals of ancient Maya culture and one of the seven wonders of the modern world. As you walk and admire the old construction, come into contact with a world that shows the greatness and evolution of one of the most advanced cultures of humanity.
The Pyramid of Kukulkan is one of the most iconic examples of Maya architecture of all time. Each year, during the spring and autumn equinoxes, the famous feathered serpent slides down the steps of the temple showcasing the precise coordination with which the Maya were able to harmonize nature and their surroundings.
Come into the jungle environment dotted with cenotes, or underground rivers, a lagoon, beaches, reefs, and the jungle. Explore the remains of an ancient Maya port and savor the mosaic of the most traditional Mexican traditions that are created and recreated within the Xcaret ecological and cultural park, which has first class facilities and technology.
Xcaret is a water, theme, amusement, eco-archaeological park and more, in one place. Due to its privileged location in the Mayan jungle among underground rivers, cenotes and facing the Caribbean Sea, Xcaret has impressive scenarios where you can do different activities and enjoy to the fullest those scenarios. Besides that, Xcaret is a park that celebrates Mexico’s present and rich past, a country known for its traditions, culture and folklore.
It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. One of the most important sites in Tulum is its Mayan ruins, located on a cliff facing the Caribbean Sea; with warm starry nights and clear turquoise waters lies the only archaeological site that sits on the seashore. It is the most photogenic site in the region and perhaps the whole country.
Tulum is a Magical Town and a unique archaeological area in the world. Today, the ancient walled city of Tulum, which has been operating for 1,500 years, is a protected national park.
It floods your senses with the mix of Mayan architecture, the scent of the Caribbean Sea, and feel of the green grass that surrounds your feet as you climb the Castle and enjoy a panoramic view from which you can identify any boat that approaches the coast.
Isla Mujeres is one of the best kept secrets of Quintana Roo. It's a wonderful island located in the Caribbean Sea that is considered as one of the destinations that any person should have on their bucket list. If you are looking to relax you will find panoramic pools, hammocks and lounge chairs. And if you are looking for adventure and entertainment opportunities, this is the best place. The calm waters and the beautiful coral reefs of the western area of Isla Mujeres are the perfect alternative for snorkeling or diving even if you're a beginner.