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Premier Resort Vacations Shares a Top Cultural Attraction in Cancun for Fall Vacations

Premier Resort Vacations shares information about Xochimilco, a popular tourist attraction that highlights the culture and history in Cancun, Mexico.

CANCUN, Mexico, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Premier Resort Vacations reveals that there is a wide range of terrific things to do when vacationing in beautiful Cancun, Mexico. Guests can enjoy the golden beaches, explore the crystal-clear waters, and partake in different tours to fully appreciate the rich culture and history that this area has to offer. One of the top tourist attractions in Cancun is Xochimilco, which translates to "Field of Flowers."

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Xochimilco is a series of canals in the area that used to be a crucial part of Cancun's culture. This existed in pre-Hispanic times, when the area was primarily made up of lakes and other bodies of water. As the water level diminished over the years, these canals became an integral way to transport produce as well as a highly-efficient irrigation system. Xochimilco is made up of floating gardens and flowerbeds that the natives would collect and then send back to the mainland on boats.

Because of the breathtaking beauty of Xochimilco, people transformed these canals and turned them into an attraction where travelers can enjoy all of the stunning flowers and gardens. The boats eventually became a ways for tourists to ride on the canals and enjoy the views in a whole new way. Xochimilco is extremely important to the people of Cancun and has even been named a Cultural Heritage for Humanity by UNESCO.

Premier Resort Vacations shares that this tour offers a fiesta and a truly unforgettable experience to everyone who sails through the canals of Xochimilco. Each journey lasts about three hours and is full of fun, food, entertainment, and terrific music. Every boat has a rower that serves as a guide, storyteller, and entertainer for the guests on board.

The festivities begin with a delectable three-course meal that features native Mexican cuisine. There are twenty different dishes that are divided throughout the three courses. Guests can dine on popular foods such as guacamole, squash blossoms, chicken mole, pork in green salsa, and a variety of desserts. While on board, tourists will be able to listen to authentic Mexican music, such as a jarocho quartet, a lively marimba, or the classic Mariachi music. Guests can dance and sway to the beats of the music as they float down the canal.

Premier Resort Vacations knows that Xochimilco is the ideal attraction for tourists who want to experience Cancun in an entirely different way. Exploring these canals while dining on delicious food and listening to traditional music is the perfect way for travelers to appreciate Cancun and understand more about its unique culture.

About Premier Resort Vacations

Premier Resort Vacations is a prominent global vacation fulfillment provider.  Premier Resort Vacations has resort inventory in Mazatlan on the Mexican Pacific, as well as Cancun and Cozumel located on the Mayan Riviera Maya. With limited availability, and special requirements to qualify, Premier Resort Vacations requires interested parties to call to book their tropical getaway. For more information on an unforgettable trip with Premier Resort Vacations, please visit http://premierresortvacations.com/.

Media Contact: Premier Resort Vacations, Premier Resort Vacations, 877 807 4347, info@premierresortvacations.com

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