Travel with Kids: Mexico – The Yucatan

DVD Release: October 1, 2007
Travel with Kids: Mexico – The Yucatan
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Synopsis

Planning to Visit the Yucatan with your family or just want to learn about the nature, history and culture of Mexico and the Mayans? Join the Roberts family as they explore Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula in the award winning Travel With Kids series.

The Yucatan presents the history and culture of Mexico and the Mayan civilization that once inhabited this area in this innovative, family-friendly format. Discover the ancient Maya pyramid complexes like Chicken Itza, Tulum and Coba. Learn Spanish history in colonial cities like Merida and Valladilid. Relax on the famous Mayan Riviera in hot spots like Cancun and Plays del Carmen and off-the-beaten path Isle Mujeres. Climb a pyramid, snorkel through underground caves, swim with dolphins and sharks and much more. The Roberts family also shares tips on traveling with children, from how to pack to prep-trip activities to delight all ages. Explore, relax enjoy. Destination…Mexico: The Yucatan.

Dove Review

This was a very informative DVD. Not only do they tell you the best places to visit that are child friendly but they give you the names and prices of the hotels, and every place they visit, so that you can plan on how much you want to spend. The film was made very well and even included some history on the Yucatan and the Mayan ruins. Your children can watch this film as an educational tool. They will learn all about Mexico, fish and history. This film receives our Dove Family-Approved Seal.

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Info

Company: Equator Creative Media
Director: Jeremy Simmons
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 80 min.
Reviewer: Debbie Satala