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Day of the Dead Traditions in Oaxaca

The Day of the Dead is full of commemorative customs and traditions, which are spread throughout Mexico and several Latin American countries. It is a miscegenation of pre-Hispanic cultures , with Spanish, which has a single objective: to remember for one or more days those who are no longer with us.   Oaxaca is one of the states of the […]

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The wonders of Chunhuhub in Quintana Roo

Chunhuhub is a town surrounded by jungle in the center of the state of Quintana Roo, where travelers will meet an ecotourism center called “Kiichpam K’áax”, which is a Mayan family cooperative and with the help of collaborators, committed to the preservation of nature, culture, and wildlife. The name of this community in Mayan “Kiichpam K’áax” […]

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An unforgettable experience in Balam Nah, “the jaguar house”

The Balam Nah “the jaguar house” ecotourism center is a community project located in the northern area of the Felipe Carillo Puerto municipality, in the state of Quintana Roo. The destination is rich in biodiversity and ecosystems that promote the importance of caring for and preserving the natural environment and the Mayan culture thanks to […]

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Crossing in the Mayan area, Muyil

The Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, which in Mayan means “place where the sky is born” is the community center in Muyil, a settlement named like that since colonial times, due to one of the lagoons that are located near the site and where there is also an archaeological zone. The buildings are in the Petén […]

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Campeche Gastronomy: One of the best reasons to visit this area

Campeche gastronomy is characterized by its long coastline, and the region is known for its variety of seafood dishes. There is a strong Mayan influence on Campeche cuisine, with influences also coming from Spain and the Caribbean. The cuisine is distinguishable by the use of two ingredients. The first ingredient is sour orange, and this […]

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A dance of loving lights in the middle of the forest: firefly tour

The importance of fireflies goes beyond their nightly spectacle. They play a significant role in the ecosystem and our lives. As viewers, we must recognize their importance and learn to see them without altering their habitat. What are they, and why do they shine? First, we need to understand what fireflies are and how they […]

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Sunrises from El Cuyo, a hidden corner in the Yucatan Peninsula

How about escaping together to cabins on El Cuyo beach in the Yucatan Peninsula? Hidden between an immense sea and an incredible pink lagoon, El Cuyo is a dream destination and a little place where travelers can relax and unwind. This little town offers a unique experience, but let’s continue getting to know this beautiful […]

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