Yucatán Peninsula

Yucatan PeninsulaThe Yucatán <<yoo kuh TAN>> Peninsula is a bit of land that separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Caribbean Sea. It consists of Mexico’s southeastern states of Campeche, Quintana Roo, and Yucatán; almost all the nation of Belize; and a part of El Petén, a piece of the nation of Guatemala. The peninsula covers over seventy five,000 sq. miles (194,000 sq. kilometers).

Yucatán is a low, barely hilly land of coral and limestone coated by a skinny layer of soil. It has a scorching, moist local weather. The Mexican metropolis of Cancún, close to the tip of the peninsula, is a well-liked trip space.

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