Campeche offers adventure, archeology and gastronomy this summer

Calakmul (Photo: Mexico Desconocido)

The state of Campeche offers this summer holiday season a wide variety of adventure, sports, archaeological, ecological and gastronomy unique tourist experiences.

This destination stands out for the diversity of its cuisine, since there are different regions with a wide range of dishes that combine flavors and techniques of Maya dishes. Others fuse local ingredients and spices, including the famous “pan de cazón” (dogfish bread), coconut shrimp, Hecelchakán style cochinita and pómpano in green sauce, just to mention a few.

According to a statement, the archaeology of the state offers a unique cultural experience to those who visit spaces such as Calakmul, which was recently designated by UNESCO as the first and only Mixed Heritage of Humanity in Mexico.

Besides, tourists can also explore Edzna, which has imposing stelae, a five-story temple and the stucco masks of the Kinich Ahau solar deity.

Recreational activities such as kayaking, zip-lines, swimming, hiking and community tourism take place in ecotourism centers, such as the Cenotes of Miguel Colorado which is another excellent option is to visit.


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