International Chocolate Day: Mayas considered it sacred and its tradition continues in Yucatán

MÉRIDA, Yucatan – Wednesday, September 13, International Chocolate Day was celebrated in Merida where a.

Two ancient Maya residential complexes were discovered in Kabah, Yucatán

The work that began months ago in the archaeological zone of Kabah has concluded with.

Ancestral embroidery techniques brought back in Tulum

The Directorate for the Promotion and Integration of Gender Perspective in Tulum has launched the.

IMSS Yucatán provides guidance on cystic fibrosis, which occurs more frequently in children and young adults

The Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) in Yucatán provides information about cystic fibrosis and.

Melipona Bees Offering is made on the day when honey is harvested

In certain Mayan communities in Yucatán, some people who are involved in the breeding of.

Mauricio Vila, among “Mexico’s 300 Most Influential Leaders”

Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal was once again included in the list of “Mexico’s 300 Most.

In New York City, Mauricio Vila Dosal presented Yucatán as an ideal place for investment

Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal presented the presentation “Investment Opportunities: How to Fully Capitalize on the.

Visits to archaeological sites in Yucatán down by 12.4%

Last month fewer tourists arrived at pre-Hispanic sites and museums in the state, reports the.

Dengue outbreak in Yucatan unstoppable

The outbreak of dengue fever in Yucatan continues to register figures well above those of.

“Youth Startups for Peace” announced to address violence among youth in the Yucatan Peninsula

In order to give children and adolescents who have suffered from violence or in vulnerable.


Mexican Senator proposes to grant animals constitutional rights and declare them sentient beings

PRI senator Ángel García Yáñez proposed to include in the Political Constitution the recognition of animals as "sentient beings", which…

Renán Barrera kicks off the celebrations of Mérida Carnival 2024

Amidst colorful costumes, music, and the rhythm of various neighborhood and township Comparsas that made the attendees dance, Mayor Renán…

Arturo Delgado is the name of the first Mexican to buy the iPhone 15

At Tech Bit we had the opportunity to interview Arturo Delgado, who was the first person to get his hands…

Hotels in Yucatan closed the holiday season with good occupancy

August, the last month of the summer vacations, left Yucatan hotels with an occupancy rate of 59 percent, which represented…

17 houses for Aluxes will be placed in Cancun’s Parque Kabah

At least 17 houses for Aluxes (mythical creatures in Mayan folklore) are planned to be placed along the two-kilometer trail…