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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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Beaches to visit without sargassum in Mexico

The season begins between April and May and ends until August. During this time, the algae appear on the Mexican Caribbean beaches. Its presence has affected tourism in Holbox or Cozumel and much of the Coast of Quintana Roo. However, there are tourist destinations on Mexico’s Caribbean Coast where visitors can enjoy beautiful beaches without […]

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Do not panic about sargassum

Sargassum has arrived at Mexican beaches in the last few days, but don’t panic. Sargassum is temporary and doesn’t reach all beaches in Mexico.  Some beaches along the Mexican Caribbean coast have been affected by the sargassum. The most affected beaches are Playa del Carmen, Tulum, and Quintana Roo. However, don’t let worries about sargassum ruin […]

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The four most impressive archaeological sites in Yucatán

The Yucatán Peninsula was the cradle of one of the most important cultures of Mesoamerica: the Maya. They developed a complete writing system and advanced astronomy and mathematics knowledge. They were also excellent architects, as seen in the temples, enclosures, and pyramids that survive today. We have chosen the four most striking and important archaeological […]

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A walk-through Mérida, the White City

Mérida, the white city, capital of one of the jewels of the Mexican peninsula, Yucatán. A quiet city with a warm climate, founded and built on the Mayan city ‘Toh.’ A city that, from its streets and avenues, appreciates the inspiration of its foundations, the Mayan architecture. For a walk-through in a fair and temperate […]

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