Stories of a Maya deer hunter

Don Claudio Cocom, a former resident of Abalá, Yucatán tells us that, back in the.

State-of-the-art Mega Laser Scanner reveals Maya “Megalopolis” below Tikal, Guatemala

Pyramids peek above the canopy of the Guatemalan jungle in Central America, but the roots.

Xlapak, an agricultural hub for the ancient Maya in the heart of the Puuc route

The ancient Maya city of Xlapak flourished between 750 AD. and 950 AD in a.

Mayan language books to be included in Campeche’s school program

San Francisco de Campeche, Campeche.- After it was announced that Yucatán, Campeche and Quintana Roo.

Pre-Hispanic musical instruments still present in contemporary Yucatecan music

Author and Yucatan Today collaborator Violeta H. Cantarell, tells us about the musical sounds of.

Kulubá: not very well known but majestic archaeological site, recently restored

“The Kulubá archaeological zone, discovered in 1941 and located in the municipality of Tizimín, will.

Valuable corner of the Mayan Culture in the town of Maní, Yucatan

MANI, Yucatán.- Mr. Juan de la Cruz Castillo Argüello, 83 years old, is a prominent.

Mayan culinary culture is still alive in the XXI Century through ‘Dzotobichay’ or “Brazo de Reina”

“Although tamales come originally from other parts of our country, the “brazo de reina” (queen’s arm),.

Adventure Awaits, Go Find It!

“Jobs fill your pockets, but adventures fill your soul.” Are you tired of the same.

Cabañuelas… the art of weather forecasting across Mexico

For the Mexican farmers, it is a priority to take the reading of the “cabañuelas”.

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29 cases of suicide in Yucatán so far in 2018

At the beginning of 2018, the figures show that the upward statistics continue when it comes to suicides in Yucatan,…

Yucatan will have its own Mexican Wind Atlas tower

The first stage of the Atlas Eólico Mexicano (Mexican Wind Atlas) project was launched with an investment of 34.6 million…

Conkal transformed by Mérida’s Real Estate boom

Merida, Yucatan. - According to Mexico's major newspaper El Financiero, the Real Estate boom in Mérida has made a big…

“Completa” a Yucatecan documentary that seeks to combat ignorance and taboos on breast cancer

María Bello Buenfil is a young woman from Yucatan who is currently working on her first feature film: a documentary…

Mayan Lent “Haute Cuisine”

In Merida, when the Carnival comes to an end, the period of Lent begins, a period of forty-six days from…