Francisco Uh May is a small Mayan puebla located between Tulum and the Coba ruins. Definitely worth a visit, this charming village is home to wonderful arts and crafts.
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It is impossible to visit the Mexican Caribbean and not to fall in love with the majestic flora and fauna. The diversity is immense and often is possible to appreciate wild animals in their natural habitat if we are lucky enough. The bad side of the story is that not everyone respect the freedom and welfare of these incredible creatures. The illegal traffic of animals that are native of this region and also other parts of the world, is more common than we think. Therefore the organizations in charge of their protection have to work twice as hard to ensure they are not damaged or threatened in any way.
Mexican Independence Day is a major celebration full of authentic food, drinks, live music and dancing, it´s celebrated very September 15th.
This is a great day trip to observe monkeys in the jungles of the Riviera Maya. This sustainable tourism activity is fun and educational.
Ready for a new adventure? We just spent 72 hours in Mahahaul and want to share our adventures in the Costa Maya. Get set, ready, go!
Trip report: Drive from Tulum beach to Punta Allen through the Sian Kaan Biosphere Reserve.
Las Coloradas is a beach colored with pink due to the amount of salt in the water. This beach is located in the Yucatan peninsula.
A new Mayan ruin site. Well not new, but newly excavated for all the world to see.
Think about it. An international summer camp as part of the family summer vacation is a great for both you and the kids. First everyone comes to the Riviera Maya. Parents can send their kids off to Day Camp, while they create their own day...
The Coba ruins is a popular Mayan ruin site but few visitors know about the Centoes that lie to the west of the village of Coba that are open to visitors.