Svetlana Aleksandroff has created a beautiful reference book that is a great travel companion when exploring the Yucatan Peninsula; a reference book to everything Mayan.
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A short history of the the importance of the Chicleros and chicle camps in the Mayan Riviera as well as information on exploring the history on a tour.
This month Playa del Carmen announced their new taxi service, Pink Taxis. An Uber like taxi service created by and consisting of only female taxi drivers.
Playa del Carmen and Tulum showcase the Mayan pole dancers in main town squares to show off this cultural dance to both locals and visitors.
There is a little village outside the colonial city of Valladolid worth a quick visit. On a recent lunch date in Valldolid we did just this and finally had the chance to step inside the extraordinary church that is at the center of this small town.
This time we have the opportunity to provide information about a special trip that is not necessarily physical but spiritual. It is a special ceremony that lately has been getting a lot of attention in Riviera Maya. And no, we are not talking about the famous Temazcal, it is a more intense spiritual ritual. We like our travelers to explore themselves and try new things during holidays. And a journey to explore themselves is something we would definitely encourage. The Ayahuasca has helped in some cases as a cure for addictions and depression. The Ayahuasca ceremony is an incredible, spiritual and intense journey if you are willing to take it. We have done some research to share with you the details in case you want to experience it at one of the most beautiful place on earth; Riviera Maya.
Under the Waters of Mexico- a book by Pablo Bush Romero about the creation of CEDAM and underwater archaeology in Mexico.
Animal Rescue clinic in Xcalak, Mahahual and Akumal Mexico, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
January 6 is Kings Day (El Dia de los Reyes) in Mexico, a long-standing tradition that is deeply rooted in Mexican history. Based on the story of the three wise men, this holiday is when local children open their presents (not Christmas Day) and the...
In the days and weeks leading up to the Day of the Dead, in the markets and bakeries across Mexico you will see “Bread of the Dead” being sold. It’s a Mexican tradition of the Day of the Dead.
It is custom to shape a...