More than 25 thousand tourists are expected for the equinox in Chichen Itza

As of Sunday, March 19, the archaeological zone of Chichen Itza will begin to receive.

Check out “Little Shop” a success story in Seyé, Yucatan

Seyé, Yucatán; March 12, 2023 – Pamela Contreras is a resident of the municipality of.

Renan Barrera recognizes the professionalism of Yucatan’s women mayors

MÉRIDA, Yucatan, March 11.- The mayor of Merida, Renán Barrera, in the framework of the.

Women in Tizimín denounce Pedro Couoh Suaste for misogyny and harassment

Tizimín, Yucatán, March 9, 2023 – Misogyny, harassment, and arbitrary dismissals by the city council.

4 more influenza deaths reported in Yucatan

MÉRIDA, Yucatan – In the last week of epidemiological surveillance of seasonal influenza, corresponding to.

Fly Yucatan, a new tourist product offered in the state of Yucatan

With six routes available, the state has a new tourist product called “Vuela Yucatán by.

Residents of Baca demand sanction for the priest who removed a 200 year old fence

The residents of Baca, Yucatán are demanding a sanction for the priest Gabriel Gamboa for.

In Yucatán, the salary gap persists; men earn 8.2% more

From January to February 2023, in the Yucatan Peninsula, 4 thousand 83 household workers have.

Aquox, the septic tank invented in Yucatan to produce green energy

Scientists from the Center for Scientific Research of Yucatan (CICY) created an improved septic tank.

New museum seeks to boost tourism in Yucatan’s archaeological zone of Kabah

Merida – A museum being built in the archaeological zone of Kabah, the majestic pre-Columbian.


Criminal Court sees Putin likely to face trial

Karim Khan, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), sees it possible that Vladimir Putin, Russia's president, faces trial…

Trump believes he will be arrested and calls for a massive protest to support him

Donald Trump, former US Republican president (2017-2021), said Saturday that he believes he will be arrested on Tuesday as part…

Tho’ Park without INAH’s endorsement: citizens say Renan Barrera seeks to build on Maya archaeological vestiges

The Mérida City Hall still does not have the endorsement of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) to…

“They think they are the government of the world” AMLO rejects U.S. report on human rights abuses in Mexico

March 21.- The accusations of human rights abuse and corruption in Mexico found in the most recent report of the…

These are the Pueblos Mágicos of Yucatán on the Tren Maya’s route

Through its 1,554 kilometers route, the Mayan Train will connect the states of Yucatan, Quintana Roo, Campeche, Chiapas and Tabasco,…