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Explore Ixtapa’s Xihuacan Museum

Explore Ixtapa’s Xihuacan Museum

Krystal International Vacation Club celebrates vacationers in ways unimaginable to those who have never had a true luxury travel experience. But it is truly the country of Mexico’s culture and an amazing city to learn more about the history of it all in that will be what seals the deal.

Ixtapa is one city where Krystal International Vacation Club shares travelers can find a unique museum that showcases all of this information, as well as plenty of rare surprises that can’t be found elsewhere. The Xihuacan Museum and Archeological Site is quite an activity, and one that the whole family can both learn a lot from and enjoy. Families looking for an educational yet exciting activity that their kids will also enjoy will rejoice after a visit here.

One of the most unusual aspects of the historical ruins at this archeological site are the pyramids found here. Mexico does have quite a few pyramids located in different Mayan ruins or archeological sites, but this one stands out because of the use of materials (these ones are made out of adobe) wasn’t something as common during that time period.

 Krystal International Vacation Club shares there is also the museum on-site, where travelers can learn rediscover what was going on here more than 1500 years ago when it was populated. Rare artifacts are on display throughout, and outside is the ancient court where soccer (with a catch—there is was also known as a sacrificial altar) was once played. For all those hoping to save a little money on this excursion, friendly locals often give tours to help make extra income, perfect for those who want an insider view but are hoping to save on the cost of one tour to go on another.

Krystal International Vacation Club hopes to provide as much information as possible about the subject of planning Mexico trips to travelers out there who are planning an upcoming trip for the fall season, something that will provide visitors access to a world of exciting history, culture and customs they might not yet know much about. But after the trip, they will soon become experts. For more information please visit http://www.kivc.com