Holbox reaches its maximum tourist capacity in spite of rains

Despite the rains of the cold front that affected the Yucatan Peninsula, this was not a reason for the weekend to reach its maximum tourist capacity on the island of Holbox.

In view of this situation, the mayor of the island, Manuel Escamilla García, informed that today it will continue at maximum capacity despite the fact that several tourists will leave Holbox Island, because the school holiday is over.

However, he said that once again it will reach its maximum capacity as of Friday, since from now on several tourists come to enjoy the beaches because they are free of sargassum.

National and international tourists can enjoy tours to Isla Pasión, Isla Pájaros and Laguna Yalahau.

Literacy program in Kantunilkín

Ernestina Uc Cohuo was sworn in as president of the volunteer program of the State Institute for the Education of Youth and Adults (IEEJA), whose purpose is to support people who for some reason have not completed their basic education.

The event was held in the dome of the main park, where the president of the municipal DIF, Ruby Cruz de Bellos; the general secretary of the City Hall, Roger Augusto Medina Pacheco; and the coordinator of the State Institute for the Education of Youth and Adults, Johnny Madera Uc, were present.

The participation of Pedro Pablo Caamal Poot, who was in charge of translating into his mother tongue the poem “Cuando muere una lengua” (When a language dies), was a highlight of the event.

In addition, the staff of the institution participated with the pre-Hispanic musical group “Tumben Sastal“, performing the music “U’Oko’t Kej“.

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