NAT GEO selects Xcaret as Protagonist of its “Destinos” Series in Latin America

National Geographic(NatGeo), the popular television network known for its documentaries on scientific exploration, history, nature and culture, decided on using Xcaret Park in Riviera Maya to star in the launch of their new TV series “Destinos”, that will be broadcasted throughout Latin America this Sunday, June 17 at 8:00 p.m.

In the promotion for this new series, Nat Geo invites its viewers to discover “one of the most fascinating places in the world, where perfection is part of the day-to-day.” Ana Claudia Talancon, actress and host of the program is originally from Quintana Roo and rediscovers “with different eyes” the place where she was born.

Nat Geo was able to unfold an amazing production that obtained spectacular shots in extraordinary scenarios. “Nat Geo takes you to a place where everything is possible,” says the promo to watch he show. “We are able to meet the traveler’s goal: not knowing where we are going, but being able to find ourselves,” said Talancon, referring to her experience at Xcaret and the series of adventures offered to the visitors of the destination.

“We are so proud that NatGeo selected Xcaret as the protagonist for the TV series ‘Destinos’,” commented Grupo Experiencias Xcaret president, Miguel Quintana Pali, who constantly recommends: “Travel, illustrate yourselves, first get to know your country and then the rest of the world, so that when you return you realize that there’s no place like Mexico.”


Grupo Experiencias Xcaret is the leader organization in sustainable tourism recreation. It is a one hundred percent Mexican company, specialized in offering unique and unforgettable experiences to its visitors, exceeding expectations through quality products and services. It operates Hotel Xcaret Mexico, the first All Fun Inclusive resort in the world, as well as the most emblematic parks in Cancún and the Riviera Maya: Xcaret, Xel-Há, Xplor, Xplor Fuego, Xoximilco and Xenses, the Xenotes tour, and tours to the archaeological zones of the Yucatan Peninsula, through the Xichén brand.